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Crochet Corner to Corner Throw

Crochet Corner to Corner Throw
Crochet Corner to Corner Throw

Make your living space come alive with this vibrant blue throw! This corner-to-corner crochet blanket features diagonal stripes and is perfect for intermediate crocheters. Work one up in the color of your room, or choose a simple neutral shade. Add some warmth to your home with this cozy crochet pattern. 


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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Excellent pattern, I use for various projects from fine thread baby afghans to large throws. Very pretty.

Excellent pattern, I use for various projects from fine thread baby afghans to large throws. Very pretty.

I made this pattern. It is one of the more beautiful I've ever made. I WAS planning to give it as a Christmas gift...Yes, I am. I'll make be another one. I'm planning to make matching pillow shams...Thanks you so much for this pattern.

I have made this pattern more times then I can count!!! It's my go to pattern. Use what ever colors you want vary the size of the rows or make it a solid color. Or use thread crochet to make a table cloth or a runner. Yes I said runner, it's easy when you get the width start your decrease on just one end then once you have the length finish decreasing like normal it's gorgous!!. I've even made scarves out of it. If you want something a little different make small squares then join them together to make a block quilt. Like I said I love love this pattern!!!

All of your afghan patterns are great, but for people that a sight problem it's hard to see the pattern from the small picture. Could you make the picture a little bigger? Thanks

I found this link from RedHeart showing how to do this stitch!

jennyyo' try using safety pins until you can see where you have to make your next increase. Also, use one color so you can see the pattern as you work. I'll try to help you. First ch 6, dc in the 4th ch from the hook and in the next 2 ch. Now look at it, this is your right side (front of your throw). you will see 3 dc and a ch of 3 sts, now take a safety pin put it in the ch stitches. now turn, 1st block made. row 2: ch 6, now you're going to repeat what you did. dc in 4th ch from hook and in the next 2 ch sts. now you are looking at the wrong side wth safety pin, the 1st block made and the rightside of the 2nd block made. now you're going to sl st where the safety pin is (the space between the dc and ch sts). ch 3, and 3 dc all in the same space. place safety pin in the ch 3 of block #2 & #3. Remember to sl st in the space between the ch3 dc. I hope this will help you. Mae241

Can you show me about 5 rows on how you do this. I have tried to work this,but can't seem to get done. When you crochet from corner to corner,i'm lost, I need Help!!!!!!!!!!Thank You. Williams

If you put "crochet corner to corner throw" in the search box on the Michael's page, it will come up. I have used this pattern for years and can almost do it without looking. You can also make it into a rectangle throw by continuing to increase down one side while slip stitching down the other side until you get the length you want. Then decrease on both sides until you come to the corner.

If you go on the Michael's website, you can find it under free patterns, afghans

Same here - error and no chart. :(

I had the same problem as the above posting...please fix!

When you click on "click her for crochet pattern" it goes to an error and no pattern.


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