The Cross C2C Square is the 2nd free crochet square in the Easter Blanket Crochet a Long (CAL)!
So simple and pretty made in just two colors! The Cross is a perfect addition to my Easter Blanket but would also be great as a wall hanging for your Easter decor!
Made with Caron Simply Soft yarn which gives it just the right touch of sheen and softness. The lovely pastel colors are perfect for spring.
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If you aren’t familiar with the crochet C2C technique I have several photo and video tutorials which will help you on your way to becoming a pro! Follow the links provided below to check out those tutorials:
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Cross C2C Square free crochet pattern
Pattern written in US crochet terminology
Caron Simply Soft White 3 oz / 158 yds (w)
Caron Simply Soft — Soft Blue .8 oz / 42 yds (bl)
Approximate finished size:
Approximate finished size: 13.5” x 13.5”
Gauge: 6 blocks = 4”
w = white
bl = blue
WS = Wrong side
sc = single crochet
sl st = slip stitch
Notes about pattern:
Pattern is worked in Double Crochet Corner to Corner (C2C) Crochet technique. Written row by row instructions follow with color pixel graph below.
bl: Blue w: White
Row 1: 1w
Row 2: 2w
Row 3: 3w
Row 4: 4w
Row 5: 5w
Row 6: 6w
Row 7: 7w
Row 8: 8w
Row 9: 9w
Row 10: 10w
Row 11: 1w, 3(bl), 7w
Row 12: 8w, 2(bl), 2w
Row 13: 2w, 3(bl), 8w
Row 14: 8w, 3(bl), 3w
Row 15: 3w, 4(bl), 8w
Row 16: 3w, 3(bl), 2w, 3(bl), 5w
Row 17: 6w, 3(bl), 2w, 2(bl), 4w
Row 18: 4w, 3(bl), 1w, 3(bl), 7w
Row 19: 8w, 6(bl), 5w
Row 20: 5w, 6(bl), 9w
Corner (begin decreasing)
Row 21: 9w, 4(bl), 6w
Row 22: 6w, 3(bl), 9w
Row 23: 8w, 4(bl), 5w
Row 24: 3w, 7(bl), 6w
Row 25: 6w, 6(bl), 3w
Row 26: 2w, 3(bl), 1w, 3(bl), 5w
Row 27: 5w, 2(bl), 2w, 2(bl), 2w
Row 28: 1w, 3(bl), 1w, 3(bl), 4w
Row 29: 11w
Row 30: 10w
Row 31: 9w
Row 32: 8w
Row 33: 7w
Row 34: 6w
Row 35: 5w
Row 36: 4w
Row 37: 3w
Row 38: 2w
Row 39: 1w
Once last row is worked, turn, ch 1, sc evenly around outside edge of square, working (sc, ch 2, sc) in each corner, sl st to top of 1st st. Note: each pixel square will have alternating 2 sc or 3 sc along the edge.
Weave in ends.