How To Crochet A City Playmat C2C Graphgan Blanket! Our City Playmat Blanket Crochet Pattern Is Guaranteed To Be A Hit With The Car Lover In Your Life!
Our City Playmat C2C Blanket crochet pattern contains both the charts and written instructions for 85 x 100 pixel blanket. It also includes crochet patterns for 5 appliques and 2 vehicles.
This pattern was designed to be worked in Mini C2C, but can be done in Regular C2C, SC, Cross-stitch, etc.
We’ve listed yarn colors as well as suggested yardage needed. Yarn from your stash will be adequate to crochet the appliques and vehicles, therefore, yardage isn’t listed for them. Please keep in mind this is an estimate of the yarn needed using an H (5.0 mm) crochet hook, the Mini C2C method (Ch2 & 3HDC per pixel), and worsted weight yarn. If you crochet loose/tight, use a different size crochet hook and/or a different method, your yardage will be different. The colors listed are for Hobby Lobby “I Love This Yarn”. We realize not everyone has access to a Hobby Lobby so we have also supplied a Red Heart Yarn substitution list.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What method are you using?
Mini C2C (Ch2 & 3HDC per pixel). But you are welcome and encouraged to use which ever method you like best. Just keep in mind, each method produces a slightly different size so your overall product will vary depending on which you choose.
What size will this blanket be?
Each individuals size will vary depending on what method is used (Regular C2C, Mini C2C, etc.), the hook size, yarn weight, and tension with which you crochet.
I’ve never done a C2C before, how can I prepare?
We have the following videos for beginners:
C2C Overview for Beginner’s video
Understanding Written Instructions for C2C
Increasing & Decreasing with C2C
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We hope you enjoy making our City Playmat blanket crochet pattern! We can’t wait to see your creativity. As you complete panels, please post them in our Facebook group or tag us on Instagram #3amgracedesigns. We love seeing your work!
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