PacMan C2C Baby Blanket


Download is for the graph only.  This project assumes you know how to crochet in the C2C (corner to corner) style.  If not, learn how via this great tutorial.

Details about my blanket:

Hook Size:  H (5.0 mm)
Yarns Used:  Plymouth Encore Worsted, in the following color #’s- quantity of skeins in ( )
473 (1), 217 (1), 146 (6), 472 (1), 459 (4), 3335 (1), 457 (1), 460 (1)
Finished dimensions:  approximately 40″ x 40″

To finish off my blanket I added a simple scalloped blanket border.

NOTE:  I had to rush to finish this blanket in time for gifting, after waiting on one last skein of yarn to be delivered.  Therefore I did not get a picture of it finished.  I intend to make another to photograph, but this graph is one of my most asked about on instagram, so I wanted to share the graph for all of you to get started on your own.  If you complete this baby blanket, and wouldn’t mind me sharing your finished picture, send it my way!!

Here’s the last picture I took of it:

Download the graph here!!


All designs are originally created by Stephanie Lewis and copyright protected.  For personal use only – please do not sell.



9 thoughts on “PacMan C2C Baby Blanket

  1. I saw someone share their finished blanket in a crochet FB group today. This is so adorable!! I might have to make my husband one for Christmas. 😁

  2. Hi, I’ve just come across this pattern and am in love with it. I’ll be making it for my little boy (who is 6 years old and Pac-Man mad). I was just wondering how you get your C2C stitches so perfect. I can’t stop having big gaps when I do my DC rows over the chain.

    Thank you so much for making this pattern. I’ll definitely post when I’ve completed it.

    1. Hi Irene – I tend to be a VERY tight crocheter – so I think that just naturally makes for less gaps in my work. The yarn I used for that project was a very thick worsted weight too – you could always try sizing down a half size/full size on the hook (your blanket will be a little smaller) or using a heavier weight yarn to make the gaps smaller. I also find that blocking and reshaping after I am done helps to close up some gaps as well! I hope that helps!

      1. Thank you! I’m a tight crocheter myself so maybe I’ll be ok. I’ll try your tips though. Very much looking forward to starting this project.

  3. Thank you so much for this graph this is such an awsome and fun project to make I’m currently at the half way mark of this and loving every stitch of it.

    1. Hi Meaghan – I can see that you attempted to download from a mobile device – sometimes that is a challenge because of the file size. Are you able to try again from a Computer?

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