In this corner to corner crochet video tutorial, we’ll learn the basic corner to corner stitch including how to increase in c2c and how to decrease in c2c. This introduction is perfect for corner to corner newbies!
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When I asked on Instagram at the start of the year which crochet skill you most wanted to learn, the most popular response was corner to corner (also known as C2C). I’m not surprised by your enthusiasm because my mind has been spinning with possibilities since I learned the c2c technique a couple of years ago. (You can see all my free corner to corner crochet patterns here! Scroll to the bottom of this post to see my list of the corner to corner crochet resources that have been helpful to me from around the internet.)
The Nordic Snowflake Super Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern
To me, C2C is a little like paint by number, only with yarn. You can illustrate almost anything with a simple hook and string and that is something I find pretty incredible! Thanks to your requests, last spring I put together a full “How to Corner to Corner Crochet” photo tutorial post, which is definitely worth checking out and referring back to as you practice.
I know many of us prefer learning by video though, so I’m working on a C2C series that will teach you all the basics including how to increase in corner to corner crochet, how to decrease, how to read a C2C graph or chart and, perhaps most importantly, how to keep your yarn under control as you work! (You can check out this photo tutorial on How to Switch Colors in C2C Crochet or this post on How to Keep Your Yarn Organized With Household Items to read some tips about how I manage my yarn as well.)
In this first corner to corner crochet video tutorial we cover:
-How corner to corner crochet works in general (:20 into the video)
– What yarn to use (:53 into the video)
– How to increase in corner to corner (1:30 into the video)
– How to decrease in corner to corner (7:58 into the video)
– The difference between creating a square and a rectangle (8:45 into the video)
Thanks to Lion Brand Yarn for providing the Vanna’s Choice yarn I used in this corner to corner crochet video tutorial. The extensive color options in Vanna’s Choice make it one of my go-to yarns for c2c graphgans!
How To Corner To Corner Crochet
Lesson 1: The Basic C2C Stitch
(Increasing and Decreasing)
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