A bee on a c2c blanket.

Fun Summer C2C Blankets – Free Crochet Patterns

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Welcome, yarn lovers! We hope there are plenty of fans of the corner to corner technique here! These crochet patterns for Fun Summer C2C Blankets will bring you so much joy, without a doubt. If there are crafters here who have never tried a project of the kind, you have certainly come to the right place as well. The awesome authors whose work we are featuring today will guide you on your path from zero to corner to corner hero! Do you prefer the sloth or the bee motif this time? Let us know! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Geometric Crochet Blankets and Charming Flower Squares.

free C2C crochet Blanket patterns

Carl the Caterpillar C2C Chart

This blanket pattern by Maytina Shank is part of the Elimee Designs collaborative CAL, perfect for those who love corner-to-corner stitch. Comprised of big squares, each featuring a unique graphic design of an insect, it will make a playful addition to any living space. It’s also a fun project for creating a vibrant and engaging playmat that will keep your kids entertained for hours!

Level: upper beginner Author: Maytina Shank

A c2c crocheted blanket with insects on it.

photos by Maytina Shank / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on elimeedesigns.co.uk, or read more on ravelry.com.

Tropical Leaves C2C Blanket

Invite the tropics to your home with this crochet blanket from Jessica. Palm leaves are the epitome of summer, and I can feel the ocean breeze simply by looking at them. What starts as a digital sketch slowly becomes the reality – that’s the beauty of corner-to-corner technique.

Level: intermediate Author: Jessica Z

crocheted blanket with palm leaf pattern

photo by Jessica Z / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on undergroundcrafter.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

Summer Blanket

If someone would ask you what the summer reminds you of, I guess you’d list at least half of the elements below. Melissa captured the essence of summer fun in her newest project, and you can see it in the photos below. Corner-to-corner technique is perfect for ‘painting with yarn’, so use it to keep summer memories alive.

Level: intermediate Author: Melissa Hassler

white corner-to-corner crochet blanket with graphic pattern of summer elements

photo by Melissa Hassler / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on lovableloops.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

C2C Sloth Blanket

Sloths are perfect companions for summer, right? Obviously, especially for those of us who need to relax! If you want to work on your color-changing skills in the corner to corner technique, this pattern by brilliant E’Claire Makery is the opportunity you needed.

Level: upper beginner Author: E’Claire Makery

C2C Blanket

The original free pattern and the photos are on eclairemakery.com. More info is on ravelry.com.

Lovely Bee C2C Baby Blanket

What a beautiful bee! If you like bold, geometric motif, you will surely find this corner to corner blanket quite spectacular. If you want to practice both single and double crochet, this is the pattern for you. We hope Shannon Holding will inspire you to create wonders!

Level: upper beginner Author: Shannon Holding

C2C Blanket

This pattern is no longer available.

Sundown Beach Blanket

Are you ready to relax and have fun this summer? What a coincidence! We have just come upon a crochet pattern that will certainly help you with that. Our beloved corner to corner technique is perfect for long summer evenings in the garden.

Level: upper beginner Author: Kate Alinari

Sundown Blanket

The original free pattern and the photos are on crochet.com. More info is on ravelry.com.

Squeeze The Day Throw

A beautiful blanket with a beautiful message in the name! Rachel Misner is famous for her ideas for handmade fashion but today she is surprising us with a lovely accessory. The colors and the fruity motif is ideal for summer, without a doubt.

Level: upper beginner Author: Rachel Misner

Crochet Throw

The original free pattern and the photos are on eandpcrochet.com. More info is on ravelry.com.

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