Crochet C2C Border Pattern

Crochet C2C Border Pattern

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Crochet C2C Border Idea

Crochet C2C Border Idea

Crochet Corner to Corner Border

You can apply this border to any size of Corner to Corner, even rectangular corner to corners like afghans, scarves and shawls.

It consists of 2 rounds. The first round establishes the holding spaces for the 2nd round without impeding or wrecking the look of the C2C main body.


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

7 thoughts on “Crochet C2C Border Pattern”

  1. Judy Hart says:

    So is the C2C border consist of:
    Row 1: start in any space between set of stitches
    chain 3 in each space around
    Row 2: 3 DC in each chain 3 around to end of chains
    slip stitch in first st, fasten off
    Humm think my afghan is hdc, so guess will do hdc stitches on 2nd round.

  2. Christina says:

    Thank you for showing me how to weave in the ends. Every other video I have watched just tells you to weave in the ends but does not show how. I think your method is much better than what I have been doing.

  3. Sue McVicker says:

    No Blue Button

  4. Julie G says:

    No blue button ?

  5. Peggy Drake says:

    I only want directions that I can print and use away from the PC at my library. I do not want a tutorial. Why is it so hard to get just directions??

    1. Marina King says:

      If you are referring to the border, it’s very similar to the modern granny.

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