# Corner to Corner {C2C} Snowflake Blanket Crochet Pattern

This Snowflake Blanket is a simple corner to corner crochet pattern that’s great for beginners because it only uses two colors!

This cozy winter themed blanket works up quickly in chunky yarn. The snowflake theme blanket is one the whole family will enjoy.

I love working up corner to corner blankets. It’s fun to watch them grow, and once you get to the decrease end it goes so fast!

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Scroll down for the written instructions for this corner to corner blanket, or scroll to the bottom of this page for the color chart, if you prefer.

## How to Crochet Corner to Corner

If you’re new to this technique, you can start with this tutorial on how to crochet corner to corner. You’ll learn how to get started, how to increase and decrease in c2c, and how to change colors.

The written instructions include step by step photos and a video tutorial showing all you need to know to work the corner to corner method.

## Tips for working with color changes in C2C

- Keep colors organized in small amounts that you will use for each section. See the picture below of the cardboard bobbins I use.
- Using a basket to thread yarn through (before you start) is a great way to manage tangling, see how I did it in my post on tips for corner to corner.
- To change colors, stop before the last yarn over, drop color 1 and pick up color 2, then finish the stitch.
- Carry the yarn under your stitches if you will need to pick it up again soon. This helps to minimize tails to weave in.
- For longer color changes, just cut the yarn (leave a 6″ tail) and join the new color with a slip stitch when you need it.

## Corner to Corner Crochet Patterns I Love

Corner to Corner Lap Throws For the Family* by Sarah of Repeat Crafter Me is lovely book full of cuteness that’s easy to crochet!

This Barn Quilt Blanket from Hooked Hazel is gorgeous!

It’s All Greek to Me crochet blanket from the Loopy Lamb is amazing!

*Materials*

- 6mm US Size J-10 crochet hook*
- yarn needle
- measuring tape
- scissors
- #5 chunky yarn, pictured in King Cole Big Value (100% acrylic; 167 yd / 152 m, 3.5oz/100g); color: Stonewash (10) balls and White (2) balls, or (1670 yd / 1520 m of blue) and (334 yd / 304 m of white) comparable yarn.

To keep your yarn colors organized (and at hand) you can add cardboard bobbins of each color. As you come to them, pick up the new color and set down the old.

*Notes*

- This pattern is written for the C2C corner to corner method of crochet. Visit my post for a full tutorial on how to crochet C2C.
- Pattern includes written instructions and color chart at the end.
- For best result check gauge before beginning.

*Stitches/Abbreviations*

b – in blue yarn

w – in white yarn

ch(s)-chain(s)

dc – double crochet

rep-repeat

sk-skip the indicated stitch

sl st-slip stitch

rep-repeat

RS-right side

st(s)-stitch(es)

WS- wrong side

*Level*

Easy

*Gauge*

1” / 2.5 cm x 1” / 2.5 cm = 1 square (3 dc)

*Finished Dimensions*

40” / 101.5 cm x 40” / 101.5 cm

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## Corner to Corner Snowflake Blanket Crochet Pattern

*Yield:*1

*Prep Time:*5 minutes

*Active Time:*6 hours

*Additional Time:*20 minutes

*Total Time:*6 hours 25 minutes

*Difficulty:*Easy

*Estimated Cost:*$45

Crochet this snowflake blanket in corner to corner crochet with the free pattern. This chunky blanket makes a great winter throw for the family!

### Materials

- #5 chunky yarn, pictured in King Cole Big Value (100% acrylic; 167 yd / 152 m, 3.5oz/100g); color: Stonewash (10) balls and White (2) balls, or (1670 yd / 1520 m of blue) and (334 yd / 304 m of white) comparable yarn.

### Tools

- 6mm US Size J-10 crochet hook*, yarn needle, measuring tape, scissors

### Instructions

- ← Row 1 [RS]: (b) x 1 (1 square)
- → Row 2 [WS]: (b) x 2 (2 squares)
- ← Row 3 [RS]: (b) x 3 (3 squares)
- → Row 4 [WS]: (b) x 4 (4 squares)
- ← Row 5 [RS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 2 (5 squares)
- → Row 6 [WS]: (b) x 1, (w) x 1, (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 1 (6 squares)
- ← Row 7 [RS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 3, (b) x 2 (7 squares)
- → Row 8 [WS]: (b) x 3, (w) x 2, (b) x 3 (8 squares)
- ← Row 9 [RS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 5, (b) x 2 (9 squares)
- → Row 10 [WS]: (b) x 4, (w) x 2, (b) x 4 (10 squares)
- ← Row 11 [RS]: (b) x 4, (w) x 3, (b) x 4 (11 squares)
- → Row 12 [WS]: (b) x 4, (w) x 1, (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 4 (12 squares)
- ← Row 13 [RS]: (b) x 6, (w) x 1, (b) x 6 (13 squares)
- → Row 14 [WS]: (b) x 14 (14 squares)
- ← Row 15 [RS]: (b) x 15 (15 squares)
- → Row 16 [WS]: (b) x 16 (16 squares)
- ← Row 17 [RS]: (b) x 17 (17 squares)
- → Row 18 [WS]: (b) x 18 (18 squares)
- ← Row 19 [RS]: (b) x 19 (19 squares)
- → Row 20 [WS]: (b) x 5, (w) x 2, (b) x 13 (20 squares)
- ← Row 21 [RS]: (b) x 3, (w) x 2, (b) x 16 (21 squares)
- → Row 22 [WS]: (b) x 6, (w) x 2, (b) x 14 (22 squares)
- ← Row 23 [RS]: (b) x 4, (w) x 2, (b) x 17 (23 squares)
- → Row 24 [WS]: (b) x 24 (24 squares)
- ← Row 25 [RS]: (b) x 25 (25 squares)
- → Row 26 [WS]: (b) x 14, (w) x 1, (b) x 11 (26 squares)
- ← Row 27 [RS]: (b) x 10, (w) x 1, (b) x 5, (w) x 1, (b) x 10 (27 squares)
- → Row 28 [WS]: (b) x 3, (w) x 2, (b) x 10, (w) x 1, (b) x 8, (w) x 2, (b) x 2 (28 squares)
- ← Row 29 [RS]: (b) x 3, (w) x 1, (b) x 13, (w) x 2, (b) x 5, (w) x 1, (b) x 4 (29 squares)
- → Row 30 [WS]: (b) x 4, (w) x 2, (b) x 10, (w) x 3, (b) x 6, (w) x 2, (b) x 3 (30 squares)
- ← Row 31 [RS]: (b) x 14, (w) x 1, (b) x 3, (w) x 1, (b) x 12 (31 squares)
- → Row 32 [WS]: (b) x 10, (w) x 1, (b) x 1, (w) x 1, (b) x 4, (w) x 1, (b) x 14 (32 squares)
- ← Row 33 [RS]: (b) x 15, (w) x 1, (b) x 3, (w) x 2, (b) x 12 (33 squares)
- → Row 34 [WS]: (b) x 1, (w) x 1, (b) x 8, (w) x 5, (b) x 3, (w) x 1, (b) x 13, (w) x 1, (b) x 1 (34 squares)
- ← Row 35 [RS]: (b) x 11, (w) x 1, (b) x 4, (w) x 1, (b) x 2, (w) x 2, (b) x 14 (35 squares)
- → Row 36 [WS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 12, (w) x 2, (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 5, (w) x 1, (b) x 7, (w) x 1, (b) x 2 (36 squares)
- ← Row 37 [RS]: (b) x 1, (w) x 1, (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 7, (w) x 1, (b) x 4, (w) x 1, (b) x 1, (w) x 2, (b) x 11, (w) x 1, (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 1 (37 squares)
- → Row 38 [WS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 3, (b) x 12, (w) x 2, (b) x 14, (w) x 3, (b) x 2 (38 squares)
- ← Row 39 [RS]: (b) x 3, (w) x 2, (b) x 6, (w) x 6, (b) x 1, (w) x 3, (b) x 13, (w) x 2, (b) x 3 (39 squares)
- → Row 40 [WS]: (b) x 1, (w) x 7, (b) x 11, (w) x 7, (b) x 6, (w) x 7, (b) x 1 (40 squares)

Corner - ← Row 41 [RS]: (b) x 3, (w) x 2, (b) x 13, (w) x 2, (b) x 14, (w) x 2, (b) x 3 (39 squares)
- → Row 42 [WS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 3, (b) x 9, (w) x 7, (b) x 12, (w) x 3, (b) x 2 (38 squares)
- ← Row 43 [RS]: (b) x 1, (w) x 1, (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 11, (w) x 3, (b) x 1, (w) x 6, (b) x 6, (w) x 1, (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 1 (37 squares)
- → Row 44 [WS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 16, (w) x 2, (b) x 12, (w) x 1, (b) x 2 (36 squares)
- ← Row 45 [RS]: (b) x 14, (w) x 2, (b) x 1, (w) x 1, (b) x 4, (w) x 1, (b) x 12 (35 squares)
- → Row 46 [WS]: (b) x 1, (w) x 1, (b) x 8, (w) x 1, (b) x 5, (w) x 1, (b) x 2, (w) x 2, (b) x 11, (w) x 1, (b) x 1 (34 squares)
- ← Row 47 [RS]: (b) x 12, (w) x 2, (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 4, (w) x 1, (b) x 11 (33 squares)
- → Row 48 [WS]: (b) x 15, (w) x 1, (b) x 3, (w) x 5, (b) x 8 (32 squares)
- ← Row 49 [RS]: (b) x 10, (w) x 2, (b) x 3, (w) x 1, (b) x 15 (31 squares)
- → Row 50 [WS]: (b) x 14, (w) x 1, (b) x 4, (w) x 1, (b) x 1, (w) x 1, (b) x 8 (30 squares)
- ← Row 51 [RS]: (b) x 3, (w) x 2, (b) x 5, (w) x 1, (b) x 3, (w) x 1, (b) x 8, (w) x 2, (b) x 4 (29 squares)
- → Row 52 [WS]: (b) x 11, (w) x 3, (b) x 10, (w) x 1, (b) x 3 (28 squares)
- ← Row 53 [RS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 2, (b) x 4, (w) x 2, (b) x 12, (w) x 2, (b) x 3 (27 squares)
- → Row 54 [WS]: (b) x 12, (w) x 1, (b) x 13 (26 squares)
- ← Row 55 [RS]: (b) x 8, (w) x 1, (b) x 5, (w) x 1, (b) x 10 (25 squares)
- → Row 56 [WS]: (b) x 11, (w) x 1, (b) x 12 (24 squares)
- ← Row 57 [RS]: (b) x 23 (23 squares)
- → Row 58 [WS]: (b) x 22 (22 squares)
- ← Row 59 [RS]: (b) x 21 (21 squares)
- → Row 60 [WS]: (b) x 14, (w) x 2, (b) x 4 (20 squares)
- ← Row 61 [RS]: (b) x 14, (w) x 2, (b) x 3 (19 squares)
- → Row 62 [WS]: (b) x 3, (w) x 1, (b) x 9, (w) x 2, (b) x 3 (18 squares)
- ← Row 63 [RS]: (b) x 13, (w) x 2, (b) x 2 (17 squares)
- → Row 64 [WS]: (b) x 16 (16 squares)
- ← Row 65 [RS]: (b) x 15 (15 squares)
- → Row 66 [WS]: (b) x 14 (14 squares)
- ← Row 67 [RS]: (b) x 6, (w) x 1, (b) x 6 (13 squares)
- → Row 68 [WS]: (b) x 4, (w) x 1, (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 4 (12 squares)
- ← Row 69 [RS]: (b) x 4, (w) x 3, (b) x 4 (11 squares)
- → Row 70 [WS]: (b) x 4, (w) x 2, (b) x 4 (10 squares)
- ← Row 71 [RS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 5, (b) x 2 (9 squares)
- → Row 72 [WS]: (b) x 3, (w) x 2, (b) x 3 (8 squares)
- ← Row 73 [RS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 3, (b) x 2 (7 squares)
- → Row 74 [WS]: (b) x 1, (w) x 1, (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 1 (6 squares)
- ← Row 75 [RS]: (b) x 2, (w) x 1, (b) x 2 (5 squares)
- → Row 76 [WS]: (b) x 4 (4 squares)
- ← Row 77 [RS]: (b) x 3 (3 squares)
- → Row 78 [WS]: (b) x 2 (2 squares)
- ← Row 79 [RS]: (b) x 1 (1 square)

Total: (b) x 1364, (w) x 236**Border**

Continue on the RS in blue, working in the same direction for the border.

This is a simple sc and dc border.

Border is worked in the round, you will join with a sl st to finish the round and continue working in the same direction. - Rnd 1. After joining the last square, ch 1, sc evenly around the blanket (to evenly work the stitches: place 2 sc in each ch 3 sp, and sc in each dc), in each corner place (sc, ch 1, sc). Join with a sl st to finish the round.
- Rnd 2. Ch 3 (counts as a dc), dc in each stitch around, placing a (dc, ch 1, dc) in each corner ch 1 sp, join with a sl st to finish the round. Change to white.
- Rnd 3. Rep Rnd and change to blue.
- Rnd 4. Rep Rnd and cut yarn. Weave in ends.