Crochet Celebration C2C Blanket Pattern

Crochet Celebration C2C Blanket Pattern

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Crochet Celebrate and Happy Birthday Blanket

Crochet Celebrate and Happy Birthday Blanket

Crochet Birthday and Celebration Blanket

Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me is known for her C2C (Corner to Corner) designs. In fact, she has a book out as well. Some of her C2C Designs are free, like this one.

This is the Crochet Birthday and Celebration Blanket design. The blanket is made up of 9 unique C2C Squares. From the candles to the cupcakes to the musical notes. The pictures on the C2C squares remind me of a lot of emojis.

The blanket can have the word celebration but also she designed it so you could say Happy Birthday in two different ways and switch it out. You could also leave off the banner too.

The free link for the blanket includes links to the individual squares as shown.

Crochet Party Popper Square

Crochet Party Popper Square

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Free Pattern: Birthday and Celebration Blanket

Tutorial

Sarah and I worked together on making this tutorial on how to do C2C Graphghans. You can see how it’s done in this tutorial.

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