A DIY Crochet Tutorial on how to make the Corner to Corner design, using the Diagonal Box Stitch. I’ll show you how to increase, decrease, and change colors in this video tutorial! The stitch looks difficult with the stitches slanting in different directions, but it is really simple. Let me show you how! I hope you give it a try.
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The Corner-to-Corner design is abbreviated as C2C for short. It can be made in many stitch combinations, and this tutorial is in the double crochet stitch (dc), which is very common. It makes fantastic blankets, is good for graph designs, and is really fun to make. I have several designs using this technique and it can be a great stash buster too.
Here are some of my designs using this technique. If you make one of them, I would love to see it and any feedback to greatly appreciated.
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