Crochet Casserole Blanket


Crochet Casserole Blanket

Crochet Casserole Blanket
Crochet Casserole Blanket

"I call this Crochet Casserole because this blanket is designed with leftover yarn ends. The blanket is a simple Corner to Corner (C2C) with a pretty border to finish it off. It works up very quickly and may be customized in countless ways. Perfect for using up yarn ends. I sized this as a baby blanket at approximately 30” x 30”, but it is easy to increase/decrease sizing by changing the pattern repeat. Designed in worsted weight yarn."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size30" x 30"

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Im rapidly becoming a fan of Corner to Corner projects, but what really sells this pattern is that extra wide border. Theres so much stitch texture there! I was a little confused by the name though. Was this something to wrap a casserole in to take to a church supper? Nope, just a creative (and nicer) name for calling it a scrapbuster!

I have used the corner to corner method on a couple of swatches just to get the hang of it and I now feel like it is time for me to go the coarse and create something on a larger scale. I see that the designer has used yarn from other projects to create this and I may be able to do the same with some of my stash.

One of the best things about C2C is that it's pretty much instant gratification. I can see my project grow a lot quicker with this method, and it's so repetitive.

Now just image what could have been made if this was not 'left over" material. Wow! This casserole blanket is beautiful. Never in a million years would I be able to come up with something like this. I have a hard time changing up the colors to match my decor so for the most part, I say true to the design as much as possible. Thanks for sharing this beautiful blanket pattern.

Clever name! Scrapghans are great. I have bins of leftover yarn, so projects like this one not only make great gifts to make ahead, but also help me use up the leftovers. I really like the texture of this blanket. Such a unique variation of the C2C. I cant wait to try it!

I have not made this Crochet Casserole Blanket yet but added it to my long list of want blankets. I like that there is a great video on how to do the corner to corner stitch. The border on this one really makes the c2c pop and it looks and sound so easy to make. I have so many extra balls of yarn left over from other projects that will work nicely for this one. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet blanket pattern.

I would appreciate it, if instructions would be left on how to make this bigger, for a throw size at least. Thank you.

If you would like to increase or decrease the size of the blanket, increase or decrease the number of repeats in Rows 3 and 29.


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