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

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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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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

18 thoughts on “Crochet Baby Diamonds Blanket Pattern”

  1. Karen Redden says:

    Love this tutorial. Just need to know how to whip stitch? Would crochet cotton thread suffice in whip Stitching?

  2. Bernie says:

    Loved this tutorial on c2c micky I have done many of your tutorial s thanks again

  3. CEM says:

    Mikey you are the best instructor on the Internet! I am starting this project TONIGHT. But instead I’m going to use RedHeart SuperSaver in the same colors (maybe…keeping the Pink and White, but I may substitute the Yellow with a Mint Green or Turquoise). Making for my new granddaughter who’s coming in July. 🙂

  4. ketty nguyen says:

    You are a great instructor! It’s so easy to follow your step by step instruction. Thank you!

  5. Melann Johnston says:

    Please do a video for the baby blanket above on how to join them. I did a larger blanket and joined them using the whipstich. I used a single color and it didn’t look right but then, trying to use matching colors almost had be throwing the whole thing away after I made 36 blocks. Please, I am lost!!

    1. Marcia Jones says:

      Am ready to join squares but don’t know how. Could you do a video with written instructions showing what yarn and method you used? Will be very greatful! Thanks for ALL your videos! Refer to them often!

  6. Nathalie says:

    I am delighted with the way my squares are turning out but I am nervous about stitching it together. I know how to whip stitch but do I need to stitch it using matching colours as I go through the striped pattern?

  7. Mak says:

    What yarn type/size did you use to attach squares together? Also, what color did you use?

  8. Alysha says:

    So I have another question. How would changing the hook size to a larger hook size effect it? I’m planning on using a H rather than a G

  9. figgy says:

    So very happy I found this website! Mickey is a great instructor.

  10. Alysha says:

    hi I was wondering if you could make this pattern into an adult blanket. I’m making this for a friend who is expecting but when my best friend saw it, he asked if he could have one

    1. You sure can, Alysha! You can make it as large as you want. Just make more squares. I’m working on one now that will be 25 squares. It’s going to look great!

  11. Kim Sauer says:

    Yes I too would like to know how to whip stitch the blocks together. I am very excited that I have nearly finished the squares, please help with the whipping -lol! Love the video tutorials but need that bit to finish it off please!

  12. I to would like to see how to put the squares together. I almost have all nine squares done. I went to the Red Heart pattern and it says whip stitch with matching yarn. Does that mean we have to use the color to match each row as we join them? Please up us to do this correctly.

  13. oneita says:

    I very much did like this video but I was hoping for more tips on actually sewing the blocks together.

  14. LE GUELLAUT Elsa says:

    Hi, i am really enjoying making this blanket for a friend of mine. =) The only thing i was wondering was: how did you put them all together? Have you made a video with the method?
    I am actually just beginning crochet so your videos are a really great help.

    Thanks from France =)

  15. Leeann says:

    I love this blanket and I am excited to start it. I plan on making one for my oldest daughter, she is 15. My problem is that she would like it in a larger size. To make a larger size would I make each individual section larger or use make more than 9 squares. Thanks in advance!

    1. to make it bigger i would add more squares. as far as sewing it all together, he talks about how and what tread to use to make it seamless. also you could just youtube how to whip stitch and find tutorials. this is a great pattern. i ripped out the baby blanket i was working on (i was about 1/3 through) and started this instead.

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