As you might have heard, I'm adding new corner to corner (C2C) animal blocks to the already existing 29 blocks of the Wildlife Graphghan!
Now let me introduce you critter no.30, a cute Rabbit C2C Block free crochet pattern right here on My Hobby is Crochet blog!
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Rabbit C2C Square
This free c2c crochet pattern includes written row by row instructions for color counts, telling you how many c2c box stitches to make of each color and in what order.
A link to download the free Rabbbit Picture Graph can be found below the written instruction!
GAUGE:
6 C2C tiles = 10 x 10 cm (4 inches x 4 inches)
SIZE:
the square is 25 tiles x 25 tiles and approx. measures approx. 16 inches X 16 inches (40 cm x 40 cm)
SUPPLIES:
- The Yarn:
Worsted weight yarn in light blue, buff (or beige), white, grey, black, light pink and brown; My Rabbit Square weights 152g. 5.36ounces.
I'm using Red Heart Super Saver yarn in following shades (I am adding a bit more for each color for the yarn ends!)- Light Blue for the background approx.88-90g (approx. 165 yards)
- Buff approx.23-25g (approx. 46 yards)
- White approx. 18-20g (approx. 37 yards)
- Gray Heather approx. 18-20g (approx. 37 yards)
- Blackapprox. 2-4g (approx. 7.35 yards)
- Baby Pink approx.5-7g (approx.12.87 yards)
- Warm Brown: I have deconstructed the skein RH Super Saver Latte Stripe, colorway Sandstone
approx. 2-4g (approx. 7.35 yards)
(You can replace it with Coffee or Cafe Latte or any other brown tone you have!)
- 5.5 mm crochet hook (My hook is a Furls Wooden Hook)
- Tapestry needle
- Scissors
STITCHES, TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS:
(I'm using US TERMS in all my patterns!)- ch : chain
- hdc: half double crochet
- c2c: corner to corner crochet
- slst : slip stitch
CROCHET METHOD C2C WITH THE HALF DOUBLE CROCHET :
- You will use the C2C with the hdc, working the square on the diagonal starting from bottom right corner to top left.
- Each box stitch/block is made of ch2 and 3 hdc.
- ch5 to start an increase row, work hdc in 3.rd, 4th and 5.th ch from the hook.
If you are new to c2c crochet, you can find detailed instructions and video tutorials for the c2c with the hdc on the Wildlife Graphghan CAL Page!
NOTES:
2. ↗ Uneven rows will be on the wrong side of work from bottom to top ↗.
3 ↙ Even rows will be worked on the right side of work from top to bottom ↙ .
4. For the uneven rows (left side) you will place the yarns to the front of the work!
The first row with color changes (Row 9) it's an uneven row, so you will be working on the wrong side of work, read the row on the graph from the bottom to top and place the yarn strands to the front of your work!
5. For the even rows (right side) you will place the yarns to the back of the work!
WRITTEN ROW BY ROW COLOR COUNTS
↗ Row 1: blue x 1 (1 box)
↙ Row 2: blue x 2 (2 boxes)
↗ Row 3: blue x 3 (3 boxes)
↙ Row 4: blue x 4 (4 boxes)
↗ Row 5: blue x 5 (5 boxes)
↙ Row 6: blue x 6 (6 boxes)
↗ Row 7: blue x 7 (7 boxes)
↙ Row 8: blue x 8 (8 boxes)
↗ Row 9: blue x 2, gray x 3, blue x 4 (9 boxes)
↙ Row 10: blue x 4, gray x 1, buff x 2, gray x 2, blue x 1 (10 boxes)
↗ Row 11: blue x 1, gray x 1, buff x 4, gray x 1, blue x 4 (11 boxes)
↙ Row 12: blue x 4, gray x 1, buff x 3, white x 2, buff x 1, blue x 1 (12 boxes)
↗ Row 13: blue x 1, buff x 1, white x 3, buff x 3, blue x 5 (13 boxes)
↙ Row 14: blue x 5, gray x 1, buff x 2, white x 4, buff x 1, blue x 1 (14 boxes)
↗ Row 15: blue x 1, buff x 1, white x 1, gray x 1, white x 2, buff x 2, white x 1, gray x 1, blue x 5 (15 boxes)
↙ Row 16: blue x 6, black x 2, buff x 1, white x 3, gray x 1, white x 1, buff x 1, blue x 1 (16 boxes)
↗ Row 17: blue x 1, gray x 1, white x 1, gray x 2, white x 2, buff x 1, black x 2, gray x 1, blue x 6 (17 boxes)
↙ Row 18: blue x 6, gray x 1, black x 2, white x 1, buff x 1, brown x 2, white x 3, gray x 1, blue x 1 (18 boxes)
↗ Row 19: blue x 2, buff x 1, white x 3, brown x 1, white x 1, buff x 1, white x 1, black x 1, white x 1, blue x 7 (19 boxes)
↙ Row 20: blue x 7, gray x 1, white x 2, buff x 2, white x 1, brown x 1, white x 3, gray x 1, blue x 2 (20 boxes)
↗ Row 21: blue x 2, gray x 1, buff x 1, white x 4, buff x 5, blue x 8 (21 boxes)
↙ Row 22: blue x 8, gray x 1, buff x 6, white x 2, buff x 2, blue x 3 (22 boxes)
↗ Row 23: blue x 3, gray x 1, buff x 10, gray x 3, blue x 6 (23 boxes)
↙ Row 24: blue x 6, gray x 1, white x 3, buff x 5, white x 1, buff x 4, blue x 4 (24 boxes)
↗ Row 25: blue x 4, gray x 1, buff x 3, black x 1, white x 1, buff x 4, gray x 1, pink x 2, white x 1, gray x 1, blue x 6 (25 boxes)
Corner: Start decreasing on both ends
↙ Row 26: blue x 5, gray x 1, white x 1, pink x 2, white x 1, buff x 4, white x 1, black x 2, buff x 2, gray x 1, blue x 4 (24 boxes)
↗ Row 27: blue x 4, gray x 1, buff x 1, white x 1, black x 2, buff x 4, gray x 1, white x 1, pink x 2, white x 1, gray x 1, blue x 4 (23 boxes)
↙ Row 28: blue x 3, gray x 1, buff x 1, pink x 2, white x 1, gray x 1, blue x 1, buff x 3, white x 1, black x 2, gray x 2, blue x 4 (22 boxes)
↗ Row 29: blue x 5, gray x 2, white x 1, buff x 2, gray x 2, blue x 1, gray x 1, white x 3, buff x 1, blue x 3 (21 boxes)
↙ Row 30: blue x 2, gray x 1, buff x 3, gray x 1, blue x 1, gray x 1, white x 2, gray x 3, blue x 6 (20 boxes)
↗ Row 31: blue x 8, gray x 1, pink x 1, white x 1, gray x 1, blue x 1, gray x 4, blue x 2 (19 boxes)
↙ Row 32: blue x 6, gray x 1, white x 1, pink x 1, white x 1, blue x 8 (18 boxes)
↗ Row 33: blue x 7, gray x 1, pink x 2, white x 1, gray x 1, blue x 5 (17 boxes)
↙ Row 34: blue x 5, buff x 1, pink x 2, white x 1, blue x 7 (16 boxes)
↗ Row 35: blue x 6, gray x 1, white x 1, pink x 1, white x 1, gray x 1, blue x 4 (15 boxes)
↙ Row 36: blue x 4, buff x 1, pink x 1, white x 1, gray x 1, blue x 6 (14 boxes)
↗ Row 37: blue x 6, gray x 1, white x 2, gray x 1, blue x 3 (13 boxes)
↙ Row 38: blue x 3, buff x 2, gray x 1, blue x 6 (12 boxes)
↗ Row 39: blue x 6, gray x 1, buff x 1, gray x 1, blue x 2 (11 boxes)
↙ Row 40: blue x 2, gray x 2, blue x 6 (10 boxes)
↗ Row 41: blue x 9 (9 boxes)
↙ Row 42: blue x 8 (8 boxes)
↗ Row 43: blue x 7 (7 boxes)
↙ Row 44: blue x 6 (6 boxes)
↗ Row 45: blue x 5 (5 boxes)
↙ Row 46: blue x 4 (4 boxes)
↗ Row 47: blue x 3 (3 boxes)
↙ Row 48: blue x 2 (2 boxes)
↗ Row 49: blue x 1 (1 box)
Total boxes in each color: white x 72, blue x 355, pink x 16, black x 14, buff x 94, gray x 70, brown x 4
RABBIT C2C GRAPH
The graph can be downloaded in the link below and it's for personal use only!Download here the RABIT GRAPH!
You can use the Rabbit graph also for knit projects, ironing/perler beads, cross stitch and more!
Update Oct. 2024: Now there's a detailed Video Tutorial featuring the Rabbit C2C Block: "How to crochet c2c Pixel Graphs"
And below is a Pin for your Crochet board on Pinterest! Share and enjoy! :)I hope you enjoy this pattern!
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If you have missed any of the previous c2c animal blocks, check out the Wildlife Graphghan CAL Page!
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Rabbit C2C Square
Written Instructions, Pictures and Pixel Drawing/Graph
Copyright © September 2024
Kinga Erdem
This pattern is free for your own personal use. No mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind! You can sell the products of your work, a link back to my blog would be appreciated.
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Kinga
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