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Snow White C2C Graphgan

So, a while back, I started writing up C2C color changes for a ton of different graphgans. I didn’t end up posting very many of them, I did do a series of the princesses in small granny square sizes, but these are a little different.

Unfortunately, I saved them as PDFs and don’t have the software to edit PDFs, so that I can easily copy/paste the text here…and I am far too lazy to retype it out, it was a lot of work! So, you get a scanned copy as a photograph. If you click on the photograph, it will enlarge. I recommend printing them, as I prefer to do C2C by marking off the rows as I go. Remember, start on the bottom right hand size.

I like to use worsted weight yarn and a J hook.

 

 

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Sock Monkey Blanket

Please excuse the crummy pictures, I promise that I am in the process of getting some better ones. But, this guy right here, my super adorable sock monkey blanket, is actually one of my favorite early pieces, especially of my own designs. Now, I say my own design, but there is obviously nothing super spectacular or difficult about this guy was made. A circle, a semi circle, and two 3/4 circles. Then add some eyes, a nose, and a smile. Really, really simple and quick to work up.

No, what I love about this guy is actually the yarn. This guy is made of a nylon yarn, so he is actually too warm and heavy to be used casually as a blanket, But, the softness, the texture, it is perfect for a tummy time mat or to lay on top of in general. I used Lion Brand Quick & Cozy yarn. And I have a feeling it will be discontinued soon, as I don’t see much of it on the website anymore. But man oh man, do I love that stuff.

I ordered it just on a whim one day while ordering an obscene amount of yarn from the LB clearance section. I just wanted to try all sorts of different textures, thicknesses, and fibers in general. It took me forever to decide what to make with this, because it is just so different from my other yarns. If you have never worked with a nylon yarn, touch some, your life will suddenly make sense. Well, not really, because it is amazing, but you can’t put it in the washer/dryer which makes it a pain in the rump too.

 

Anyway, I love this guy. He is one of my absolute favorites because I just like to touch him. (It’s a little inappropriate, ehh? Touching my monkey. Teehee!)

 

 

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Goofy’s Face C2C Blanket Pattern

I am back with some more Disney goodness for you. I have been working on character patterns for C2C and bobble stitch blankets. I have this pattern written out for C2C color changes. But, it would be super simple to convert this to a bobble stitch blanket too! Then, all you need is the graph for the color changes!

I have recently discovered the art of the bobble stitch and I am totally in love with it. So, while I will keep writing out of the C2C patterns, I think I will end up making them all bobble stitch blankets. That is, if I ever find time to crochet for myself again. 🙂

 

Disney’s Goofy, C2C Crochet Graphgan

Goofy Face C2C

 

Blanket starts in the bottom right hand corner
Each block is 1 corner to corner stitch (1 set of chains, 3 stitches)
Worsted weight yarn
J hook (should make for an approx. 37in x 51in blanket)
C2C stitch is a DC

Color chart:

BL = Black
DG = Dark Green
G = Green
O = Orange
P = Pink
R = Red
S = Silver / Gray
T = Tan
W = White

 

Row 1:   1O
Row 2:   2O
Row 3:   3O
Row 4:   4O
Row 5:   5O
Row 6:   6O
Row 7:   7O
Row 8:   8O
Row 9:   9O
Row 10: 10O
Row 11: 11O
Row 12: 6O, 5BL, 1O
Row 13: 7BL, 6O
Row 14: 6O, 8BL
Row 15: 8BL, 7O
Row 16: 7O, 9BL
Row 17: 9BL, 8O
Row 18: 2O, 3BL, 4O, 9BL
Row 19: 8BL, 4O, 2BL, 2T, 2BL, 1O
Row 20: 1O, 1BL, 5T, 1BL, 6O, 6BL
Row 21: 3BL, 2T, 2BL, 3O, 3BL, 6T, 1BL, 1O
Row 22: 1O, 1BL, 2T, 3BL, 2T, 1BL, 1W, 2BL, 1O, 1BL, 4T, 3BL
Row 23: 4BL, 4T, 2BL, 3W, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 2P, 1BL, 2T, 1BL, 1O
Row 24: 1O, 1BL, 2T, 1BL, 3P, 2BL, 3W, 1BL, 6T, 4BL
Row 25: 1O, 4BL, 6T, 1BL, 3W, 1BL, 4P, 1BL, 2T, 2O
Row 26: 2O, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 5P, 1BL, 2W, 1BL, 7T, 1O, 3BL, 1O
Row 27: 2O, 2BL, 1O, 1BL, 7T, 1BL, 2W, 6P, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 2O
Row 28: 3O, 2T, 6P, 1BL, 1W, 1BL, 7T, 1BL, 1O, 3BL, 2O
Row 29: 3O, 2BL, 2O, 8T, 2BL, 3P, 1BL, 2P, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 3O
Row 30: 4O, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 2P, 1BL, 2P, 2BL, 8T, 5BL, 3O
Row 31: 4O, 5BL, 8T, 1R, 3BL, 3P, 2T, 5O
Row 32: 5O, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 3P, 1BL, 2R, 1BL, 7T, 1BL, 2T, 1O, 2BL, 4O
Row 33: 5O, 3BL, 1T, 2BL, 7T, 1BL, 2R, 1BL, 2P, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 6O
Row 34: 7O, 2T, 3P, 3R, 4T, 2BL, 5T, 1O, 2BL, 5O
Row 35: 6O, 4BL, 3T, 4BL, 2T, 1BL, 2R, 1BL, 2P, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 7O
Row 36: 8O, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 1P, 1BL, 3R, 2T, 4BL, 1T, 7BL, 6O
Row 37: 7O, 12BL, 1T, 2BL, 2R, 4BL, 9O
Row 38: 10O, 1BL, 2W, 3BL, 2T, 5BL, 1T, 1W, 6BL, 7O
Row 39: 7O, 5BL, 2W, 7BL, 3T, 1BL, 3W, 1BL, 10O
Row 40: 10O, 1BL, 3W, 1BL, 3T, 6BL, 1T, 4W, 4BL, 7O
Row 41: 7O, 4BL, 4W, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 2W, 2BL, 4T, 1BL, 3W, 11O

(Stop Increasing, DO NOT Decrease)

Row 42: 10O, 1BL, 2W, 1BL, 4T, 2BL, 2W, 4BL, 4W, 4BL, 7O
Row 43: 8O, 3BL, 4W, 2BL, 1T, 1BL, 3W, 2BL, 4T, 1BL, 1W, 1BL, 10O
Row 44: 10O, 1W, 1BL, 5T, 2BL, 2W, 1BL, 1T, 3BL, 4W, 3BL, 8O
Row 45: 8O, 3BL, 4W, 4BL, 1T, 1BL, 2W, 2BL, 5T, 2BL, 2O, 2BL, 5O
Row 46: 4O, 3BL, 2O, 1BL, 6T, 4BL, 1T, 1BL, 1S, 3BL, 4W, 2BL, 9O
Row 47: 9O, 2BL, 6W, 1BL, 1S, 2BL, 2T, 2BL, 6T, 1BL, 2O, 3BL, 4O
Row 48: 3O, 4BL, 1O, 1BL, 9T, 4BL, 1S, 2BL, 5W, 2BL, 9O
Row 49: 7O, 2BL, 1O, 2BL, 6W, 1S, 3BL, 1W, 1BL, 9T, 1O, 4BL, 3O
Row 50: 3O, 5BL, 7T, 1BL, 1T, 2W, 3BL, 1S, 6W, 3BL, 1G, 1BL, 7O
Row 51: 8O, 2G, 2BL, 6W, 1S, 2W, 1BL, 2W, 1BL, 1T, 1BL, 7T, 5BL, 2O
Row 52: 2O, 5BL, 6T, 2BL, 1T, 1BL, 2W, 2BL, 1W, 2S, 4W, 2BL, 1G, 1DG, 1BL, 3O, 2BL, 3O
Row 53: 3O, 1BL, 1G, 1BL, 3O, 2G, 2BL, 4W, 1S, 7W, 1BL, 2T, 1BL, 6T, 4BL, 2O
Row 54: 2O, 4BL, 5T, 2BL, 1T, 2BL, 7W, 2S, 2W, 2BL, 1G, 1DG, 4BL, 1DG, 1G, 1BL, 3O
Row 55: 4O, 2G, 1DG, 1G, 2BL, 1G, 1DG, 5BL, 8W, 4BL, 1O, 1BL, 4T, 4BL, 2O
Row 56: 2O, 4BL, 2T, 2BL, 3O, 3BL, 8W, 4BL, 2G, 1BL, 2G, 2DG, 1G, 1BL, 4O

(Begin Decreasing)

Row 57: 4O, 1BL, 1G, 3DG, 1BL, 1G, 2DG, 4BL, 7W, 13BL, 3O
Row 58: 4O, 13BL, 6W, 2BL, 2G, 1DG, 1G, 1BL, 2G, 1DG, 2G, 4O
Row 59: 3O, 1BL, 1G, 3DG, 2BL, 2DG, 1G, 3BL, 5W, 12BL, 5O
Row 60: 13O, 4BL, 5W, 3BL, 2DG, 1G, 1BL, 1G, 2DG, 1G, 1BL, 3O
Row 61: 2O, 2BL, 2G, 1DG, 2BL, 2G, 4BL, 3W, 5BL, 13O
Row 62: 13O, 10BL, 2G, 1DG, 1G, 1BL, 5G, 2O
Row 63: 1O, 2BL, 2G, 1DG, 2BL, 1G, 11BL, 14O
Row 64: 14O, 8BL, 4G, 1BL, 3G, 1BL, 1G, 1O
Row 65: 1BL, 3G, 1DG, 2BL, 1G, 3BL, 1O, 4BL, 16O
Row 66: 21O, 1BL, 1G, 1BL, 1G, 1BL, 4G, 1BL
Row 67: 6BL, 1G, 1DG, 2BL, 20O
Row 68: 21O, 3BL, 5O
Row 69: 7O, 2BL, 19O
Row 70: 18O, 1BL, 2O, 1BL, 5O
Row 71:  6O, 1BL, 1O, 1BL, 19O
Row 72: 17O, 1BL, 2O, 1BL, 4O
Row 73: 5O, 1BL, 1O, 1BL, 16O
Row 74: 17O, 1BL, 1O, 1BL, 3O
Row 75: 22O
Row 76: 21O
Row 77: 20O
Row 78: 19O
Row 79: 18O
Row 80: 17O
Row 81: 16O
Row 82: 15O
Row 83: 14O
Row 84: 13O
Row 85: 12O
Row 86: 11O
Row 87: 10O
Row 88: 9O
Row 89: 8O
Row 90: 7O
Row 91: 6O
Row 92: 5O
Row 93: 4O
Row 94: 3O
Row 95: 2O
Row 96: 1O

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Elsa C2C Square

I am part of a FB group that follows / idolizes / adores / fangirls over the incredible Sarah from RepeatCrafterMe. One of the ladies there posted these amazing Disney princess squares she had made using the C2C technique. The problem was, these squares were all different sizes and she wasn’t sure how to fit them together. So, I mentioned that I had made the same pictures into squares of equal size (18 rows x 18 columns, for about a 16in square when using an I hook, DC, and worsted weight yarn). One of the ladies asked me for them, so I figured, I might as well post it up here. I was waiting until I had actually completed the blanket, but it doesn’t seem like there will be time for that anytime soon. So, I will spend the next couple weeks going through the squares that I’ve evened out and written out the color changes for.
Now, I actually recommend doing the C2C with HDC or SC to make the squares smaller…but that depends on how many you plan on doing.
(I will also probably repeat this intro in each post…and as I go, I will link the other princesses / awesome chicks I wrote up.)

Pocahontas, Cinderella, Mulan, Merida, Alice, Tiana, Belle

Elsa C2C Square

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B = blue (background)
DB = dark blue (eyes/dress
LB = light blue (dress)
T = tan (skin)
G = gray (hair)
R = red (lips)
W = white (hair)

 

Rnd 1 – 1B
Rnd 2 – 2B
Rnd 3 – 3B
Rnd 4 – 4B
Rnd 5 – 4B, 1DB
Rnd 6 – 1LB, 1DB, 4B
Rnd 7 – 5B, 2DB
Rnd 8 – 3DB, 5B
Rnd 9 – 5B, 1DB, 1LB, 2DB
Rnd 10 – 1DB, 1LB, 2DB, 6B
Rnd 11 – 6B, 5DB
Rnd 12 – 1LB, 2DB, 2LB, 1T, 6B
Rnd 13 – 6B, 3LB, 1DB, 1LB, 2DB
Rnd 14 – 1B, 3DB, 1LB, 1W, 2LB, 6B
Rnd 15 – 6B, 1T, 2lB, 1W, 2DB, 3B
Rnd 16 – 5B, 1T, 1S, 1LB, 1T, 3W, 4B
Rnd 17 – 4B, 1W, 4T, 2W, 6B
Rnd 18 – 7B, 2W, 4T, 1W, 4B

Start decreasing

Rnd 19 – 3B, 1W, 1T, 1DB, 1T, 1R, 1T, 1S, 7B
Rnd 20 – 7B, 1W, 4T, 1W, 3B
Rnd 21 – 2B, 1W, 5T, 1W, 6B
Rnd 22 – 6B, 1W, 4T, 1W, 2B
Rnd 23 – 1B, 3W, 1T, 1DB, 1T, 1S, 5B
Rnd 24 – 5B, 1W, 3T, 2W, 1B
Rnd 25 – 1B, 1W, 1S, 2T, 2W, 4B
Rnd 26 – 4B, 1S, 4W, 1B
Rnd 27 – 1B, 2W, 1S, 1W, 4B
Rnd 28 – 4B, 3W, 1B
Rnd 29 – 7B
Rnd 30 – 6B
Rnd 31 – 5B
Rnd 32 – 4B
Rnd 33 – 3B
Rnd 34 – 2B
Rnd 35 – 1B

 

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Cockatiel

Back in March, I had a customer contact me about making a parrot blanket for her.Well, she loved it, and contacted me shortly after it’s arrival asking me if I could make one to match her cockatiel as well. I was thrilled for the challenge, as this one had REALLY COOL HAIR! And I love to put hair on things…So, once again, using the free Lion Brand owl pattern as a base for the body, I was able to whip together something that I thought was great for the cockatiel. Now, the beak and feet are actually a different color than the body, it is a lighter gray, with some speckles of black in it, but it is hard to tell with the picture. I used LB Hometown USA, which is quickly becoming my favorite yarn of all time, and the project worked up very quickly.

I think that custom blankets are my favorite thing, as there is really a challenge in them, and that is so exciting for me. I am always amazed at how good I am getting at the LB owl pattern. This is now the fourth time I have made one based off of it, and I am glad I stuck with it. The first time I used the pattern, I was ready to give up for all eternity on it.

 

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Tiana C2C Square

I am part of a FB group that follows / idolizes / adores / fangirls over the incredible Sarah from RepeatCrafterMe. One of the ladies there posted these amazing Disney princess squares she had made using the C2C technique. The problem was, these squares were all different sizes and she wasn’t sure how to fit them together. So, I mentioned that I had made the same pictures into squares of equal size (18 rows x 18 columns, for about a 16in square when using an I hook, DC, and worsted weight yarn). One of the ladies asked me for them, so I figured, I might as well post it up here. I was waiting until I had actually completed the blanket, but it doesn’t seem like there will be time for that anytime soon. So, I will spend the next couple weeks going through the squares that I’ve evened out and written out the color changes for.
Now, I actually recommend doing the C2C with HDC or SC to make the squares smaller…but that depends on how many you plan on doing.
(I will also probably repeat this intro in each post…and as I go, I will link the other princesses / awesome chicks I wrote up.)

Pocahontas, Cinderella, Mulan, Merida, Alice, Tiana

Tiana C2C Square

img_5785-1

B = blue (background)
BL = black (eyes/hair)
BR = brown (skin)
G = green (dress)
LG = light green (top)
PG = pale green (necklace/tiara)
LY = light yellow (dress)
R = red (lips)
Y = yellow (belt)

 

Rnd 1 – 1B
Rnd 2 – 2B
Rnd 3 – 3B
Rnd 4 – 4B
Rnd 5 – 4B, 1G
Rnd 6 – 1LY, 5B
Rnd 7 – 5B, 1G, 1LY
Rnd 8 – 1LY, 1G, 5B
Rnd 9 – 6B, 3LY
Rnd 10 – 1LY, 1Y, 1LY, 1G, 6B
Rnd 11 – 6B, 1G, 2Y, 2LY
Rnd 12 – 3LY, 2Y, 1Br, 6B
Rnd 13 – 6B, 3G, 1Y, 1LY, 2G
Rnd 14 – 2B, 2G, 1Y, 1G, 1LG, 1G, 6B
Rnd 15 – 4B, 2Bl, 1B, 2LG, 2G, 4B
Rnd 16 – 5B, 1Br, 1LG, 1PG, 3Br, 1Bl, 4B
Rnd 17 – 4B, 1Bl, 4Br, 1LG, 1G, 6B
Rnd 18 – 7B, 1G, 1Br, 1R, 1Br, 2Bl, 5B

Start decreasing

Rnd 19 – 4B, 1Bl, 4Br, 8B
Rnd 20 – 7B, 4Br, 1Bl, 4B
Rnd 21 – 3B, 2Bl, 3Br, 1Bl, 6B
Rnd 22 – 6B, 1Br, 1Bl, 1Br, 1Bl, 1PG, 3B
Rnd 23 – 2B, 1Bl, 1PG, 1Bl, 2Br, 1Bl, 5B
Rnd 24 – 5B, 3Bl, 1PG, 1LG, 1Bl, 1B
Rnd 25 – 1B, 5Bl, 5B
Rnd 26 – 8B, 1Bl, 1B
Rnd 27 – 9B
Rnd 28 – 8B
Rnd 29 – 7B
Rnd 30 – 6B
Rnd 31 – 5B
Rnd 32 – 4B
Rnd 33 – 3B
Rnd 34 – 2B
Rnd 35 – 1B

 

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Alice C2C Square

I am part of a FB group that follows / idolizes / adores / fangirls over the incredible Sarah from RepeatCrafterMe. One of the ladies there posted these amazing Disney princess squares she had made using the C2C technique. The problem was, these squares were all different sizes and she wasn’t sure how to fit them together. So, I mentioned that I had made the same pictures into squares of equal size (18 rows x 18 columns, for about a 16in square when using an I hook, DC, and worsted weight yarn). One of the ladies asked me for them, so I figured, I might as well post it up here. I was waiting until I had actually completed the blanket, but it doesn’t seem like there will be time for that anytime soon. So, I will spend the next couple weeks going through the squares that I’ve evened out and written out the color changes for.
Now, I actually recommend doing the C2C with HDC or SC to make the squares smaller…but that depends on how many you plan on doing.
(I will also probably repeat this intro in each post…and as I go, I will link the other princesses / awesome chicks I wrote up.)

Pocahontas, Cinderella, Mulan, Merida, Alice, Tiana

Alice C2C Square

B = blue (background)
BL = black (shoes/hair)
DB = dark blue (dress/eyes)
R = red (lips)
T = tan (skin)
W = white (apron)
Y = yellow (hair)

 

Rnd 1 – 1B
Rnd 2 – 2B
Rnd 3 – 3B
Rnd 4 – 4B
Rnd 5 – 5B
Rnd 6 – 6B
Rnd 7 – 5B, 1DB, 1B
Rnd 8 – 1B, 2DB, 5B
Rnd 9 – 5B, 2DB, 1W, 1Bl
Rnd 10 – 1B, 2W, 1DB, 6B
Rnd 11 – 6B, 2DB, 2W, 1Bl
Rnd 12 – 1B, 2W, 2DB, 7B
Rnd 13 – 7B, 2W, 1DB, 2W, 1B
Rnd 14 – 1B, 1DB, 1W, 1DB, 2W, 1T, 7B
Rnd 15 – 5B, 2Y, 1T, 3W, 3DB, 1B
Rnd 16 – 2B, 3DB, 4W, 2Y, 5B
Rnd 17 – 5B, 3Y, 1DB, 3W, 2DB, 3B
Rnd 18 – 6B, 1T, 1W, 1DB, 3T, 1Y, 5B

Start decreasing

Rnd 19 – 4B, 1Y, 4T, 1DB, 1T, 6B
Rnd 20 – 6B, 1W, 1T, 1R, 1T, 1DB, 2Y, 3B
Rnd 21 – 3B, 1Y, 4T, 2Y, 5B
Rnd 22 – 5B, 1Y, 4T, 2Y, 2B
Rnd 23 – 2B, 1Bl, 1Y, 3T, 2Y, 4B
Rnd 24 – 4B, 1Y, 1T, 1DB, 2T, 1Bl, 1Y, 1B
Rnd 25 – 1B, 1Y, 1Bl, 1Y, 2T, 1Y, 4B
Rnd 26 – 4B, 3Y, 1Bl, 1Y, 1B
Rnd 27 – 1B, 1Y, 1Bl, 2Y, 4B
Rnd 28 – 4B, 3Y, 1B
Rnd 29 – 7B
Rnd 30 – 6B
Rnd 31 – 5B
Rnd 32 – 4B
Rnd 33 – 3B
Rnd 34 – 2B
Rnd 35 – 1B