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Gingham Crochet Corner to Corner Blanket with Easy Bobble Border

This easy pattern uses 2 strands of worsted weight yarn and a join as you go technique to achieve a perfect replica of gingham fabric!  Works up quickly with a 7.0mm hook, and also includes the Easy Bobble Border - the perfect border for any C2C or granny square blanket!

 Instant PDF download & both right and left handed video tutorials.

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Annie Daddo
Gingham Corner to Corner Blanket

A wonderful pattern that I look forward to making soon Great edging.Looks amazing.Great design,Christa 🙏👌x🐨🌏👏

Janice Guy
Love the title!

I haven’t had a chance to crochet the blanket. Have to many WIPs going at this time, but it’s definitely near the top of my “next” list. I’m excited to get started. It’s a beautiful Afghan!

Defense of previous post.

If you count the blocks there are 9 across & 13 down. Which means once you make the 1st row across multiply that by 13 and that is how big your blanket will be. I stopped at row 9 so mine is a 9x9 (nine blocks across & 9 blocks down.

But you can remake the 1st-4th rows as many times (or as few times as in my case) as you think you need. I hope this helps you figure out how gage works. There are many great YouTubers out there that explain this.

Susanne Nichol
Gingham crochet c2c blanket

I watched your tutorial on YouTube where it said how much yarn to use then I read the written pattern but there is no mention of how much yarn to use and no finishing size of the blanket. I am in the UK and do not have the yarn you promote. Therefore I find it difficult to know how much yarn to buy.
The pattern and tutorial are well written and presented

I should have looked harder before commenting.

I wanted to make this so much but C2C is tricky and couldnt find the left handed version on YouTube. BUT I found it! Right handed i usually dont struggle with but this C2C stitch I needed the left handed one. So THANK YOU! 💕🥰 Ignore my previous review!!! 😁