Corner to Corner Coffee Granny Square


Corner to Corner Coffee Granny Square

Corner to Corner Coffee Granny Square
Corner to Corner Coffee Granny Square

There's nothing quite like sipping your favorite brew of coffee while getting caught up on the news or gossiping with friends. The next time you sit down to sip a cup of java, consider placing your mug on the Corner to Corner Coffee Granny Square. Featuring an assortment of bright, vivid colors, the crochet granny square pattern is even big enough to double as a coaster for your coffee pot. The crochet corner to corner pattern is fun and easy to make and can be put together as a last-minute hostess gift before heading to your friend's house for brunch.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Bernat Super Value Worsted Weight Yarn (blogger used Aqua, Taupe, and Mushroom)
  • H/8 or 5 mm hook
  • Tapestry needle

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My mother was an avid coffee drinker. She loved her coffee black, no sugar or cream. I do not know how she did it. I am the type that loves to have a little coffee with my sugar/cream. I think this corner to corner coffee crochet granny square would be a great wall hanging for the kitchen just above the coffee pot.

As to date, I have practiced the corner to corner technique but I have yet to complete a full project. I was hoping to find something small just so that I would feel accomplished if I created successfully a simple project. I think this is the one. I have a day off tomorrow and this is the perfect project to complete.

This really looks like a cup of hot coffee or tea. I like the idea given of using this Corner to Corner Coffee Granny Square at a pot holder. The picture in the blog gives me a great gift idea of including one with a basket of coffee and perhaps a mug. Too cute!

There are certain criterias for "granny" squares, this meets none of them accept the square. Just call it a square, Granny squares 1st criteria is a circle you crochet around and make them in the round, not row by row. But I like the C2C square which that is exactly what this is NOT A Granny!

Ive worked many a granny square in my day, but never one thats corner to corner. I have a few charts for some Game of Thrones motifs, and someone in one of my crochet groups suggested I use this method. This little square would make a great practice piece for me, and I can see it doing stand alone duty as a coaster.

I love my coffee! This trivet/pot holder/super-size coffee coaster is simply adorable! I see the pattern played out in each square to make it easy to follow the color changes. I bet a crocheter could work this up in under an hour. The turquoise color is on point!

This is adorable. I see a table runner, place mat or coasters in my future. Or all of the above. I have so many patterns of food, drinks, fruits and vegetables that I should make a wall hanging for the kitchen or dining room. Thank you for sharing this idea to add to my file.


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