Corner to Corner Crochet

15 Contemporary C2C Projects

Author: Jess Coppom

Publisher: David & Charles


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 291

View: 683

Stylish projects using this fast, easy technique! Corner to corner crochet—also known as C2C crochet—is the perfect way to create colorful, graphic designs without having to learn complex colorwork techniques. Using basic crochet stitches, you can create stunning, contemporary designs for home decor items and accessories. C2C projects also stitch up super-fast, so if you’ve been putting off tackling a crochet blanket because it would take too long, this is the technique for you! Author Jess Coppom has brought a fresh take to this style of crochet with a collection of fifteen modern projects, all made using the C2C technique. Choose from patterns for six different afghans or blankets, including a monochrome chunky throw and a beautiful Mexican-style blanket. Other projects include pillows, a bathroom rug, and some stunning items to wear, such as a poncho, shawl, and cowl.

Corner to Corner Crochet

Step By Step Guide To Crochet Corner To Corner And How To Increase And Decrease

Author: Amelia Francis

Publisher: Independently Published



Page: 86

View: 873

Corner to Corner Crochet Step By Step Guide To Crochet Corner To Corner And How To Increase And DecreaseCorner to corner crochet is a popular technique that is not limited for making afghans only, but it can be used as well to create other square items, such as potholders, washcloths, and wide scarves. The procedure utilizes a series of chains and double crochet stitches to make small squares that you connect utilizing slip stitches. This technique is simple to learn, even if you are new to crochet. You will only require some yarn and a crochet hook to get started.In this classic book, you will learn the following: Corner to Corner Crochet: Part 1 - Making the Foundation SquarePart 2 -Increasing in Corner to Corner CrochetPart 3 - Decreasing In Corner To Corner CrochetHow to Crochet Borders: Method 1- adding a single crochet borderMethod 2 - working the crab stitch borderMethod 3 - crocheting a picot stitch borderHow to Crochet a Triple Picot Border: Method -1 Making a Simple Triple Picot Border Method 2 - making a fancy triple picot borderHow to Increase and Decrease: Single Crochet IncreaseSingle Crochet DecreaseDouble Crochet DecreaseDouble Crochet IncreaseHalf Double Crochet DecreaseHalf Double Crochet IncreaseTreble Crochet DecreaseTreble Crochet IncreaseNOTE: Picture Illustrations Are Generously Used To Explain All Points Get your copy today by clicking buy now

Corner-To-Corner Lap Throws for the Family

Author: Sarah Zimmerman

Publisher: Annie's


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 20

View: 768

Corner-to-Corner is a fun and unique way of crocheting! By following a pixel graph instead of a written pattern, you can incorporate virtually any character or image you want into a crochet blanket. This great book includes how-to instructions and step-by-step photos. Also included are instructions for 5 cute throws. All designs are made using #4 worsted-weight yarn.

Crochet the Center-to-Corner Way!

Author: Margret Willson

Publisher: Annie's Wholesale


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 28

View: 564

Using many of the same techniques that make Corner-to-Corner (C2C) crochet so popular, Center-to-Corner crochet begins each piece at the center and works to the outside edge. 7 great designs are included. Market Bag is made with simple chain spaces within the basic Center-to-Corner stitch to create an openwork bag. Cables and puff stitch bobbles add texture to half double crochet fabric in Cable Corners Afghan. You can also find a delicate doily with a floral center and corners with diamonds set in lace, along with a triangle shawl worked from center back neck to lower edge with openwork—the stitch creates its own sawtooth edge. And there's more!

Learn to Crochet Corner to Corner and the Straight Box Stitch Patterns

Learn Two Popular Patterns in Just One Day

Author: Florence Schultz




Page: 36

View: 721

Florence Schultz's latest book, Learn to Crochet Corner to Corner and the Straight Box Stitch Patterns; Learn Two Popular Patterns in Just One Day, she teaches you all you need to know to crochet these popular patterns. Florence begins with a tutorial of basic crochet stitches and techniques. These crochet stitches and techniques can be used not only in the patterns included in this book, but in almost all crochet patterns. She gives you a solid base to begin your journey with crochet. If you are familiar with crochet, then this chapter will serve as a welcome refresher course for you. You'll learn the following:* Chain Stitch'* Single Crochet* Double Crochet* Slip Stitch* How to change colors* How to weave in tails securely* How to calculate the length of the foundation chain* How to add an edging to your projectsNext Florence moves onto teaching you the popular Corner to Corner (C2C) pattern. This pattern is worked on the diagonally and is not only fun to crochet, but works up very quickly. You can use this pattern to create lovely afghans, throws, washcloths, dishcloths, home décor items, and more. Each step is explained and illustrated for you in Florence's laid back and easy to understand teaching style.The Straight Box Stitch is very similar to the Corner to Corner patter, but it is crocheted across horizontal rows. Florence guides you through each step of this pattern with easy to understand instructions and lots of big clear images. Florence also includes a tutorial on how to calculate the proper number of foundation stitches for your projects, and how to add edgings to both types of projects. A table is included in this book which includes the measurements for the most popular afghan sizes from a baby blanket to a king size bed.If you are a beginner the Corner to Corner and Straight Box Stitch patterns are the perfect way to begin your journey with crochet. More advanced crochet artists will appreciate the clear instructions and images Florence has included in this book, and the ease of learning these two crochet patterns. Don't miss out on her latest tutorial. Get your copy of Learn to Crochet Corner to Corner and the Straight Box Stitch Patterns by Florence Schultz today!

Crochet the Corner to Corner and Straight Box Stitch for Beginners

Learn the Basics of Crochet and How to Crochet the Popular C2c and Straight Box Stitch Patterns

Author: Cynthia Welsh

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform



Page: 40

View: 430

Learn the popular Corner to Corner and the Straight Box Stitch Patterns and more with this book explained in simple to understand instructions with plenty of clear easy to see pictures. In her latest book, Crochet the Corner to Corner and Straight Box Stitch for Beginners; Learn the Basics of Crochet and How to Crochet the Popular C2C and Straight Box Stitch Patterns, Cynthia Welsh teaches you the basics of crochet and how to crochet the popular Corner to Corner (C2C) and straight box stitch patterns. Cynthia starts out with a tutorial on hooks and yarn. Next she moves on to teaching you how to crochet with easy to understand instructions and lots of large clear images. You will learn the basic stitches and techniques you need to begin your journey with art of crochet. Learn about yarn and hooks Learn how to crochet the chain stitch Learn the single crochet stitch Learn the double crochet stitch Learn the slip stitch Learn how to weave in tail securely Learn how to decrease in a pattern Learn easy color changes Learn how to read and understand a pattern repeat Once you have the basics of crochet down pat, it's time to move onto learning how to crochet the C2C and straight box stitch pattern. Cynthia guides each step of the way with her easy to understand written instructions and large images to help you visualize and understand the Corner 2 Corner and straight box stitch patterns. The C2C pattern is crocheted on the diagonal and Cynthia teaches you how to read a chart to help you understand and crochet this popular stitch pattern. She provides several charts for project ideas and gives you tips to help your crochet project turn out perfect every time. The straight box stitch pattern is very similar to the C2C pattern, but it is crocheted in rows. Cynthia teaches you how to begin your project, change colors, and create an even edge at the end. There is even a cute striped dishcloth pattern included in this book to help you practice your new skills. Don't miss out on Cynthia Welsh's latest book. It will be a favorite in your crochet library. Crochet the Corner to Corner and Straight Box Stitch for Beginners; Learn the Basics of Crochet and How to Crochet the Popular C2C and Straight Box Stitch Patterns is written for absolute beginners and takes you from picking up a hook and yarn for the first time all of the way to creating your first project. More advanced crochet artists will find this book a great resource to refresh their skills and learn how to crochet C2C and straight box stitch projects. Get your copy today! Black and White Version** Buy It Now

Box Stitch Crochet

Use the Corner-to-Corner Stitch in New Ways to Make 20 Hats, Wraps, Scarves & Accessories

Author: Corinne Freeman

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

View: 392

The box stitch, or corner-to-corner stitch, is for more than just afghans! Crochet it in creative ways to make wraps, scarves, hats, tops, fingerless mittens, and other accessories with the instructions and patterns in Box Stitch Crochet. Learn the basics of box stitch with step-by-step instructions, and then learn to work it in a rectangle, with a beveled edge, and as a motif. Learning to change colors within the stitch and join pieces will enable you to crochet pieces you wouldn't have thought were possible with box stitch. By creatively manipulating this classic stitch, Corinne Freeman has designed a wide range of easy, fun, and fashionable crochet designs. The stitch is quick to learn, and once you know it, you will be ready to complete the Butterfly Shawl, Crossing Neck Scarf, Under-the-Sea Motif Shawl, and any other design you choose.

Around the Corner Crochet Borders

150 Colorful, Creative Edging Designs with Charts and Instructions for Turning the Corner Perfectly Every Time

Author: Edie Eckman

Publisher: Storey Publishing


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 316

View: 745

A crochet border is the perfect finishing touch on the edges of any fiber project, but creating one often means shaping the edging around an unforgiving 90-degree angle. It’s no easy task, but Edie Eckman guides you through it with style and poise. This collection includes 150 vibrant crochet frames to suit every fiber need, with color photographs by John Polak that showcase the beautiful details of each technique. Now painless, marvelous crochet borders are just around the corner!

How to Crochet Corner 2 Corner and Ripple Afghans

Popular and Timeless Techniques for You to Learn

Author: Dorothy Wilks

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform



Page: 46

View: 237

The Only book you need to learn this amazing skill of crocheting corner to corner How to Crochet Corner 2 Corner and Ripple AfghansPopular and Timeless Techniques for You to LearnIn her latest book, How to Crochet Corner 2 Corner and Ripple Afghans, Dorothy Wilks shares with you the basic stitches and techniques you need to learn these popular patterns. Corner 2 Corner has fast become a favorite technique, and the ripple or wave pattern has stood the test of time and remains one of the most treasured techniques for crochet enthusiasts. Even beginners can use this book to learn basic crochet skills and create beautiful afghans and throws. Dorothy's friendly style, precise instructions, and clear images make How to Crochet Corner 2 Corner and Ripple Afghans a book you will refer to again and again. Don't miss out and add this great resource to your collection today!Black and White Version**Buy It Now

Corner to Corner Baby Afghans

Author: Becky Stevens



Category: Afghans (Coverlets)

Page: 24

View: 748

"Making fun baby wraps is easy with the popular C2C crochet technique in Corner to Corner Baby Afghans from Leisure Arts. The diagonal construction eliminates the need for a tedious long starting chain, and the basic block pattern makes it simple to create colorful charted images. Two baby afghans (Anchor and Ice Cream) each feature a charted design in the center. Five car seat blankets (called Pebble, Granny, Stripes, Single, and Traditional) feature stripes or solid colors of allover pattern stitches. The designs by Becky Stevens are all for Easy skill level and use light, medium, or bulky weight yarns."--

A Year of Creativity

A Craft Date Planner to Meet, Share, and Create

Author: Petra Hoeksema

Publisher: Quarry Books


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 104

Do something creative every day! In A Year of Creativity, learn how to throw the perfect creative party with your friends—with organizing tips, 25 project ideas, and even recipes for snacks. A "craft date" is a fun get-together with a handful of creative friends in which you surprise each other with craft and DIY projects using cool materials, inspire each other, and make beautiful things together. At each date, a group of participants share a self-made project to be re-created by the other attendees. Materials are individualized for each participant and given as a unique personal gift along with the instructions for the project. A craft date is different than a workshop since you get to choose the lovely people that you invite, and as the organizer, you get to participate in all the projects. Invitees can put their own spin on the project by using their favorite colors, materials, or techniques. This way you end up with a range of different interpretations and results, leading to new inspiration and ideas. A Year of Creativity is a book for everyone with a basic knowledge of crocheting, knitting, and sewing. It does not teach you how to crochet or explain how a sewing machine works. There are plenty of other books for that. What it does do is inspire crafting enthusiasts to make something together, learn from each other, and have fun doing it. You'll find within: An introduction to craft dates and how they work Tips on planning your craft date events Plenty of project ideas (short, long, and cooperative) Plus recipes for party dishes that keep the creative juices flowing You will share ideas, discover new inspiration, and find new friends while creating uniquely beautiful aprons, knit garlands, infinity scarves, haberdashery bags, cards, pencil cases, and more. Have you had a great craft date or are you working on a neat project and want to show it off? There’s a place for this in the craft dates community. On Instagram, for example, you can tag your photos with, or search for the hashtag #craftdates. You can have a look at each other’s work, drum up inspiration for your own dates, invite your Insta-friends, or organize a "blind date" with creative people from your town or city that you don’t know yet. A whole world will open up. A very creative world is waiting for you in A Year of Creativity.

Crocheting in Plain English

The Only Book any Crocheter Will Ever Need

Author: Maggie Righetti

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 288

View: 747

The definitive classic on crocheting for years, the first edition of Crocheting in Plain English equipped readers with easy-to-follow, friendly advice on creating their dream crochets. A lifelong crocheting teacher and designer, Maggie Righetti offered both basic principles and step-by-step instructions to get crocheters started and to perfect their techniques. In this latest edition, completely updated and revised for today's crocheter, Righetti dispenses more of her invaluable wisdom, covering virtually everything you need to know about crochet, including: * Selecting threads and yarns * Determining gauge * Working with the right tools * How to interpret patterns and instructions * Increasing and decreasing stitches * How to fix mistakes * Basic stitches (chain, double, treble, slip) * Sixteen different fabric pattern stitches * Assembling the finished product * How to block, clean, and care for crocheted articles * And much, much more! Each technique is illustrated with clear drawings, charts, or photos. Complete with a new introduction and a detailed glossary of crochet terms, Crocheting in Plain English is one sourcebook no crocheter should do without.

Traditional Edgings to Crochet

Author: Rita Weiss

Publisher: Courier Corporation


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 48

View: 654

Create heirloom-quality edgings in filigree, filet crochet, and floral patterns. Over 130 designs for enhancing collars, cuffs, lingerie, napkins, and other items include step-by-step instructions and detailed illustrations. Reprinted from rare thread company leaflets of the 1940s and 50s, these patterns will delight crocheters at every level of expertise.

From Needles to Hook

Complete Guide to Converting Knit Patterns to Crochet

Author: Donna Scott

Publisher: DRG Wholesale


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 192

View: 385

Starting with the basics, From Needles to Hook provides the clues to solving the mystery of changing knit pattern stitches to crochet. Each chapter guides you from one step of the process to the next.

150 Favorite Crochet Designs

Author: Mary Carolyn Waldrep

Publisher: Courier Corporation


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 132

View: 348

A wonderful collection of classic heirloom-quality patterns selected from vintage thread company leaflets for tablecloths, bedspreads, doilies, edgings, and more. Complete list of materials and detailed instructions are included. 140 illustrations.


Author: June Gilbank

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 272

View: 925

You'll be hooked on crocheting in no time! Crocheting is one of the most popular crafts among people all ages, but if you've never picked up a hook before, it's hard to know where to begin. Geared for the absolute beginner, Idiot's Guides: Crochet teaches the basics of knitting: Helpful full-color, step-by-step illustrations to help you clearly see how each stitch is executed. Practice projects to test out your newly learned skills-from beginner to advanced. Expert crochet advice on choosing the best yarns, how to hold your hook and yard, and how to quickly get started crocheting. No matter your starting skill level, with Idiot's Guides: Crochet, you'll be making scarfs, blankets, coasters, shawls, and baskets in no time!

Afghan Crochet Patterns

Author: Anna Moore

Publisher: BookRix


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 39

View: 872

Brighten up your lovely home with 20 of these beautiful Afghan crochet patterns. They're all remarkably easy to make and come with easy-to-follow instructions and pictures of the final products.

Crochet Pink

26 Patterns to Crochet for Comfort, Gratitude, and Charity

Author: Janet Rehfeldt

Publisher: Martingale


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 96

View: 883

So many of us have been impacted by breast cancer, whether we've dealt with it personally or know someone who has. A special crocheted gift is a tangible way to show our support to loved ones--or our appreciation to our caregivers. These beautiful crochet patterns are ideal. Choose from 26 attractive accessories, including a comforting shrug and jacket, face cloths, cozy socks and slippers, and other small, quick-to-crochet items Incorporate affordable amounts of luscious yarns such as alpaca, cashmere, and silk that are soothing against the skin and easy to wear comfortably Use those waiting-room hours to crochet something from the heart that will be welcomed and treasured

Donna Kooler's Crocheted Afghans

Author: Donna Kooler

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

View: 152

With more than 40 fabulous afghan patterns from master designer Donna Kooler, crocheters will grab their needles and stitch to their hearts' content. These incredible blankets come in a range of styles and colors, from sweet baby blues to bright hot pinks. Some are filled with country charm, others feature festive designs, still more are sophisticated, warm and cozy, and just right for masculine comfort. There's one for a wedding present, plus soft and gentle afghans to cuddle a child, a cool cotton throw to keep away the chill, a "take and make" design that's easily portable, and many more.