Crochet C2C Gingerbread House Pattern

Crochet C2C Gingerbread House Pattern

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Crochet Advent Calendar by Repeat Crafter Me

Crochet Advent Calendar by Repeat Crafter Me

Crochet C2C Gingerbread House Advent Calendar

Sarah, founder and awe-inspiring host of Repeat Crafter Me does it again with her new free Crochet C2C Gingerbread House Advent Calendar Pattern. It’s so sweet, it makes my teeth hurt!

This generous size advent calendar is 21 inches wide by 45 inches tall. It’s completed with ‘Corner to Corner’ concept, aka C2C. It’s C2C Graphghan at its very best!

Sarah has provided the graphs to make the entire design. Sarah’s attention to detail is second to none! She is officially my favourite designer in 2016. Her free patterns and super cute designs just have me wowed pattern after pattern! You need to follow her on Repeat Crafter Me Facebook for inspiration.

Her patterns, as always cover everything in photographic format. While I focus on tutorials in video format, she has the tutorial in the photographic format down to a science! I look at the pictures and say to myself, “I get it!”

December is coming up, you may have time to make this. I have provided a detailed tutorial on how to follow Graphs using C2C format. Sarah and I teamed up to provide education for you to learn this concept.

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