C2C

I have so many patterns from Make & Do Crew saved to Ravlery it is embarrassing.

So, when I saw on Instagram that Jess had a new book , I took a peek.

I fell in love with this pattern:

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I went through my stash and bought a few skeins to complete what I needed and I am ready to crochet.

However, it has been a long time since I have done corner to corner crochet.

So I chose to start with a simpler pattern.

In the book there is a shawl using Lion Brand Mandala yarn which I happen to have the required two skeins in my stash.

As I was finishing the first skein, I saw that  my friend had a baby!

I honestly thought I had a little more time to make a gift…what to do.

(See baby #1’s project here and baby #2’s project here)

Well, using the books instructions, I turned the shawl into a lovely baby blanket!

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Luckily, the colors are appropriate for a boy 🙂

This was a great project as I didn’t have to worry about bobbins or weaving in ends.

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Mandala is a soft yarn and I have loved wearing my Hitchhiker made of Mandala.

If you want a lovely C2C book, I suggest this one!

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This is in the mail today 🙂

Have a great week!

#c2ccrochetcrew

 

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7 thoughts on “C2C

  1. highlandheffalump says:

    I’ll have to google corner to corner crochet, as I am not sure what it means. I have pretty much only gone around in circles doing crochet. The baby blanket looks great, looks like hundreds of hours of work to me!

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  2. Becki says:

    That “skyline” C2C is possibly the best (to me) C2C!!! And your baby blanket turned out beautifully. So pretty in those colors. It has a sophisticated look to it.

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  3. Sandra Licher says:

    That baby blanket is darling and so ‘updated’ from the blankets we used to make. Mandala yarn turns out so neat looking in C2C. I did the Hitchhiker using Mandala after I saw yours and now I want to do a blanket….it turned out great! The book looks good and I am going to follow her blog.

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