12 Adorable Corner to Corner Crochet Patterns for Kids
Ever heard of C2C or corner to corner crochet? It’s this cool crochet technique where you build your project, instead of top to bottom or in the round, from one corner to the other – thus the name!
Obviously, since it has corners this creates square or rectangular projects, but also a neat feature where you can easily graph cool graphics into it.
If you’re looking to learn a new crochet skill, check out these 12 corner to corner crochet patterns.
Crochet C2C Bunny Pillow Sham
This pillow is such a cute piece of decor for a kids room or for the Easter holiday. And gender neutral! It fits a standard size bed pillow so there is no need to use a bunch of fiberfill stuffing or search for a custom pillow size to make this project!
Quick Corner to Corner Crochet Baby Blanket
You will be absolutely amazed by how fast you can work up this Quick Corner to Corner Crochet Baby Blanket! Corner to corner patterns are usually fast to make, but when you’re on a time crunch for a baby shower, you’ll be thankful for this pattern.
Ice-Lolly Corner To Corner
This ice-lolly design is the first one as it’s really quick and simple plus it’s a nice summer pattern. If you aren’t sure how the corner to corner technique works then there are lots of video tutorials on YouTube.
Zoodiacs C2C Crochet Afghan
This blanket is made from 12 large c2c (corner to corner) crochet squares that depict the animals in the Chinese Zodiac. It’s HUGE, and sooo comfortable!
Via One Dog Woof
The Unicorn C2C Crochet Scarf is a free pattern for a fun and whimsical scarf in toddler through Teen/Adult sizes so every unicorn lover can have their very own! If you have a horse lover, leave off the horn and make in horse colors for another great option.
C2C Pom Pom Hat
This simple hat can be customized to fit any size. Best of all, you don’t need to worry about gauge! It uses the corner-to-corner (C2C) stitch, also known as the diagonal box stitch and you can use different color yarn to make the hat more appropriate for boys and girls of different ages, or teens, and the pom poms are optional (but fun).
Rainbow C2C Hat
As Unicorns and Rainbows are very popular right now, this Rainbow Hat is simply made with the corner to corner technique (C2C), using double crochet stitches to create little pixels or squares.
C2C Fingerless Gloves
Baby it’s cold outside, but the C2C Fingerless gloves are a wonderful way to keep those hands warm. This pattern can easily be adjusted to fit a child or man.
Pacman C2C Baby Blanket
This project assumes you know how to crochet in the C2C (corner to corner) style. It is so adorable that it would make a great gift for every occasion and for sure kids will love it!
Bernat C2C Crochet Cactus Blanket
Craft this super-bulky blanket that’s worked from corner to corner featuring a fun cactus motif. Stitch using double crochet blocks and reverse single crochet to bring this original to life. Appliqued flowers add a fun dimension, and a color coordinated border brings it all together.
Crochet Owl Car Seat Canopy
This would make an awesome and unique baby gift too if you have a summer baby shower coming up! So if you think you need something a little bit different, a Car Seat Canopy would be a great way to make a personalized gift for a new mom!
Via Left In Knots
Removable C2C Pillow Case
Learn how to crochet an envelope style of C2C pillow case that you can easily remove for washing or change it every time you want. The Sassy Bunny Pillow Case would be great to decorate your couches and chairs for Easter, but also to decorate a baby’s/child’s room!
Whether you are starting out with C2C to practice or are actually looking for a nice project to give to kids – these corner-to-corner crochet patterns are a nice place to start from.
Looking for more great crochet patterns: 50+ Crochet Square Patterns, 33 Free and Easy Small Crochet Flower Patterns, 40 Eye-Catching and Free Crochet Doily Patterns, 45 Crochet Fingerless Gloves Patterns for Beginners
These are awesome. I love every one of these patterns.