19 Alaskan C2C Characters Patterns

19 Alaskan C2C Characters Patterns

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Crochet C2C Alaskan Inspired Booklet

Crochet C2C Alaskan Inspired Booklet

19 Alaskan Inspired C2C Characters

We have 19 Alaskan Creatures and Environment pictured in these Corner to Corner (C2C) square designs. This was our charity project.

From whales to wolves. These characters are cute when done up together as blankets. I have included a C2C Stripe Pattern into this book which includes a final border. You will want to do a final border to each of the squares so they can attach beautifully together.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: 19 Alaskan C2C Square eBook

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Free Downloadable Pattern eBook

Download this book here or click the cover of the book to get it.

Crochet C2C Alaskan Inspired Booklet

Crochet C2C Alaskan Inspired Booklet


How to do Corner to Corner for Beginners for pictorial projects like this. Free patterns and resources for this video can be found here.

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2 thoughts on “19 Alaskan C2C Characters Patterns”

  1. Pam says:

    No blue button
    Should there be?

    1. Mikey says:

      fixed, thanks.

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