Crochet C2C Snowflake Blanket Pattern

Crochet C2C Snowflake Blanket Pattern

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Crochet Corner To Corner Snowflake Blanket

Corner-to-Corner Snowflake Blanket

Corner-to-Corner Snowflake Blanket

Colder weather is fast approaching so it’s time to get started working on those cold-weather projects, a good place to start is with this Crochet Corner to Corner Snowflake Blanket. The Crochet Corner To Corner Snowflake Throw is really pretty and will look wonderful as a throw on your couch.  If your familiar with the Corner to Corner method that although it’s classed as an intermediate looks to be on the easy side of intermediate. Marly Bird has a diagram included in her Corner To Corner Snowflake Blanket design to follow for colours making it easier to know what you’re doing. Made with Red Heart Super Saver it would look lovely in any combination of wintry colours.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Snowflake Blanket

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