Crochet Baby Diamonds Blanket Pattern

Crochet Baby Diamonds Blanket Pattern

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Crochet Baby Diamonds C2C Blanket

Crochet Baby Diamonds C2C Blanket

Corner to Corner Baby Diamonds Afghans

Go a step further with the crochet corner to corner by expanding your skills to do corner to corner diamond patterns. Incredible to look at, easy to do. I will have a free pattern, notes and video tutorial for you to use.

Firstly, the free pattern is available and it’s called the Baby Diamonds Blanket. It’s on RedHeart.com and the instructions are easy to follow along.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Crochet Baby Diamonds Baby Blanket Pattern

Pattern Suggestions

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  5. Crochet Diamond Wave Scarf Pattern

I decided to use James C. Brett Flutterby Chunky instead. Using a size G or 4.5 mm crochet hook. I used three colours to make mine.

  • 3 Balls of Pink Flutterby
  • 4 Balls of Lilac Pink Print Flutterby I used this colour for the border as well.
  • 2 Balls of Lemon Flutterby

Pattern Notes

Flutterby Corner to Corner Square

Make 9 Identical Squares. It’s how they are put together that makes the difference.

Diamond Shapes, Crochet Corner to Corner

By placing the matching stripes side by side, you can create the diamond shapes.

Crochet Corner to Corner Afghan

This is how the squares are crocheted.

Free Video Tutorial to Follow

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Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern Ideas

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