Welcome to my free pattern for a Crocheted C2C Cactus Baby Blanket as part of my C2C Crocheted Cactus Series. I absolutely love this blanket! I designed this blanket a while back and it was my main inspiration for my Crocheted C2C Cactus Series.
I’ve included 2 graphs, first one has a cactus without flowers and the second has cactus with flowers in the graph. A third options is to add a flower or two in a color of your choice using my Crocheted Layered Flower Pattern, as seen in the pictures on this blog post. This is a versatile pattern than can be made for a baby girl, boy or nuetral gender for parent’s waiting to be surprised. The completed blanket is 32 inches by 32 inches.
Are you new to C2C (corner two corner crochet)? C2C crocheted is working with a cluster of stitches essentially making a square or rectangle working from corner to corner. Using a graph makes it easy to track each row and count your clusters. ChiWei at www.1dogwolf.com has an excellent blog post with helpful information to answer questions about C2C crochet.
Check out my other Crocheted C2C Patterns: Crocheted C2C Cacti Baby Blanket, Bulky Crocheted C2C Cactus Blanket, Crocheted C2c Cactus ALOE! Blanket, Crocheted C2C Cactus Pot Holder, Crocheted C2C Cactus Wall Hanging, and Crocheted C2C Cactus Pillow. All are projects that work up quick and are fun additions to your house or great gifts.
Crochet C2C Cactus Baby Blanket Pattern
Crochet C2C Cactus Baby Blanket with Flowers Pattern
Worsted Weight Yarn. 2 Skeins Red Heart With Love Yarn in White, 2 Skein Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Fern, small amount s of yarn for flowers.
For Border I used Hobby Lobby I Love this Yarn! in Rosy Cheeks, Sungold & Light Taupe
I Hook, I used a Clover Armour
CH = Chain
SC = Single Crochet
DC = Double Crochet
SL ST = Slip Stitch
Create blanket from graph of your choice. Here are some tips:
- Grab a clip board and pen for your graph, I use a metallic sharpie to dot my squares at the beginning of each row.
- Prep your yarn by separating skein in balls. I use a scale to weigh and break my yarn into 3 or 4 even balls.
- Keep your ends on the back side with changing colors.
- Count your clusters every row when you get to graph to help eliminate mistakes.
- Change colors on on the last pull through of last DC in cluster. This will create invisible color changes.
Row 1: At the completion of the last cluster of graph square, to start border, you would of just SL ST, CH 1, SC, in gap between cluster below, CH 2, you will end up in your first corner. SC, CH 2, SC in corner. Continue pattern of CH 2, SC in gap between clusters with SC, CH 2, SC, in corners. SL ST to first CH 1. Fasten off with a tail to sew in.
Row 2: Attached Rosy Cheeks or color of choice in CH 2 space, CH 2, 2DC, in next CH 2 space. Continue around with 3 DC. In corner CH 2 space from previous row, 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC. SL ST to top of first CH 2. Fasten off with a tail to sew in.
Row 3: Attached Sungold or color of choice in CH 2 space, CH 2, 2DC, in next CH 2 space, 3 DC. Continue around with 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in corner CH 2 space from previous row. SL ST to top of first CH 2. Fasten off with a tail to sew in.
Row 4: Attached Light Taupe or color of choice in CH 2 space, CH 2, 2DC, in next CH 2 space, 3 DC. Continue around with 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in corner CH 2 space from previous row. SL ST to top of first CH 2. Fasten off with a tail to sew in.
Row 5: Attached White in space between clusters. CH 1, SC in same space, CH 2, SC in next space between clusters. Continue around with 2 SC, CH2, 2 SC in corners. SL ST to first CH 1.
Row 6: CH 1 , SC in same space, 2 SC in CH 2 gap of previous row. SC in SC from previous row, 2 SC in CH 2 gap of previous row all around with SC, CH 2, SC in corner. SL ST to first CH 1.
Row 7: Skip first stitch and 5 DC in next stitch, skip next stitch and SC, CH 2, SC in next stitch. Working continuous into corners there’s no need to ad an extra stitches for corners. In the picture to the right you can see the pattern. SL ST to bottom of first DC, fasten off with a tail to sew in.
Sew ends in on back side of blanket. Sew on flower or flowers.
Use first layer from my Crocheted Layered Flower Pattern with pink yarn and I Hook and leave a long tail to sew on.
Now you have a Crocheted C2C Cactus Baby Blanket!!
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