C2C Multistrand Wide Stripe Blanket
This blanket is created using the corner to corner (c2c, corner2corner) method of crochet which consists of double crochet stitches and is worked on the diagonal. Pattern assumes you know how to work in this stitch, but if you’d like to learn, watch this fantastic tutorial.
Hook Size: I (8.0 mm)
I used Caron One Pound (Sponsored by the wonderful folks at Yarnspspirations.com) in the following colors:
White (3 skeins)
Soft Pink (1 skein)
Persimmon (1 skein)
Sunflower (1 skein)
Pale Green (1 skein)
Azure (1 skein)
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Finished dimensions: 60″ x 60″ approximately
Details about my blanket
I worked this blanket with multiple strands throughout, meaning that on the colored sections, I held one strand of the color, and one strand of white together as I crocheted. On the white rows, I held 2 strands of white together. I love the way the white softens the colors, and also gives the blanket a “heathered” look. It also makes for a super chunky warm blanket, which my family loves.
C2C pattern is worked in the following repetition
Rows 1-16 Crochet using 1 strand Soft Pink and one strand White
Rows 17-20 Crochet using 2 strands White
Rows 21-36 Crochet using 1 strand Persimmon and one strand White
Rows 37-40 Crochet using 2 strands White
Rows 41-48 Crochet using 1 strand Sunflower and one strand White
Rows 49-55 Crochet using 1 strand Sunflower and one strand White
Rows 56-59 Crochet using 2 strands White
Rows 60-75 Crochet using 1 strand Pale Green and 1 strand White
Rows 76-79 Crochet using 2 strands White
Rows 80-95 Crochet using 1 strand Azure and 1 strand White
If you find it easier to follow a graph, click here to download one:
I worked my colors into a muted rainbow pattern, but the possibilities are truly endless. You could stick with one color, alternate a couple different colors, or go with 5 different colors of your choice.
I truly love working with Caron One Pound yarn! It’s so soft and the colors are so pretty and easy to use. Click here to check it out
Because I loved how the rainbow colors worked up on this blanket, I decided to keep it simple without adding a border or any other embellishments (like pom pom’s or edging.) I really love the effect of carrying white together with the color, and will definitely be using this method whenever I need to soften up the boldness of a color down the road.