This Christmas Gnome Blanket C2C Crochet Pattern is so fun to work up! It’s a small lapghan that’s perfect for hanging over the back of a sofa. There are some rows with quite a few colors attached, but (for me) that’s half the fun! I love seeing the picture slowly coming together.
For this blanket I used I Love this Yarn from Hobby Lobby. All the color details are included in the printable chart. You can use any worsted weight acrylic yarn for this pattern.
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Christmas Gnome Blanket C2C Crochet Pattern
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Hobby Lobby I Love this Yarn: 2 skeins Linen, 1 skein each of Mid Green, Cranberry, Light Taupe, Dark Olive, Coffee Black, Forest Green, White, Aubergine
H/5.0 mm hook
intermediate (a knowledge of C2C is required)
Pattern Notes & Stitches to Know
-Approx Finished Size: 46″ x 27″
-To make this blanket larger, a border can be added
-This is not a written pattern and is not a “how-to crochet C2C” pattern. This is just the printable graph. A knowledge of C2C is required.
-The graph is printed on two separate papers. They can easily be matched up and taped together.
-In some rows the same color will be needed to two sections. I recommend making small bobbins or cakes of the colors (especially the greens)
-I recommend keeping the color changes and carrying on the same side so there is a back and a front.
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Is there any where I can get row by row written instructions for this instead of the graph.
Not right now. Sorry!
Here is a resource I found online that shows how to do C2C. https://www.crochet.com/learning-center/corner-to-corner.
Thanks for the pattern! Going to try it out this weekend.
I ordered my yarn from Hobby Lobby for this. Your colors list coffee black. Hobby Lobby doesn’t show a color called coffee black, but they do have a color called coffee and a color called black. Was that supposed to be coffee comma black, meaning one of each color? I ordered the coffee assuming that’s what was meant, but its pretty brown so I’m wondering do I need to go get a black. Thanks, can’t wait to try my first C2C!
Hi! Yes, the coffee brown color 🙂 I noticed that the names of the colors are different online then what I found in the store. It should be a dark brown.
Finally finished. Came out great for my first C2C. I found it difficult to work from the graph so I wrote out row by row instructions (2 aubergine, 2 linen, etc) and I’d be happy to send it to you if you’d like to add it to the post. It was so much easier for this newbie, lol. Thanks for the great pattern!
I would love to see your written instructions if you are willing to share!
Hi! That would be awesome!! Thank you!!! firstname.lastname@example.org
I’d love to see the written pattern please !
If you could email me the written instructions, I’d love them as well.
I would love the written instructions… Thanks email@example.com
Like the others, I would love the written instructions if you are willing to send them along. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks in advance! Have a blessed and Merry Christmas.
Could you please send me your written pattern? Thank you so much.
Hi Celeste – i would also be interested in your written directions if you want to share.
Would you mind to share your written instructions? Thanks, if you do, and, I understand if you don’t.
Thank you so much for this pattern. I made it a little smaller and used sparkle yarn in shades of blues and green for the trees. Love the way it came out. Tried to post a picture here so you could see my artistic license changes. Lol. Is there a way to post? I tried to copy and paste.
Hi! That sounds so cute! I’m not sure how to add photos to comments here, sorry!
Beautifull throw. If you can send To me the pattern To make a similar, j en serais bien contente. Merci à vous.