Do you enjoy corner-to-corner crochet blanket squares? How about houseplants? If you answered yes, then you are going to love this spider plant C2C crochet blanket square pattern!
This spider plant-inspired crochet pattern is the final part of the Plants with Yarn crochet-a-long (CAL) made with twelve different C2C square designs featuring a wide variety of houseplants. Keep reading to get the pattern chart and learn more about the CAL.
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Introducing the Spider Plant C2C Crochet Blanket Square
When designing this blanket square and the snake plant square for this CAL, I immediately thought of all my favorite houseplants. Spider plants were one of the first plants I learned to care for and I really enjoyed watching them grow their “babies”. They are super easy plants to propagate and share with others too!
When making this blanket square, you can use the traditional C2C or mini half double crochet C2C which uses half double crochet. The materials listed are for the mini or hdc C2C, so if you prefer to use regular double crochet C2C you will need more yarn than listed and your squares will be a little bit larger.
About the Stitches
Before you can get started with this C2C blanket square, here are some details you need to know.
Skill Level: Intermediate
- Worsted weight yarn in 5 colors, such as Caron Simply Soft.
- Color A – Off White – 42 yards
- Color B – Black – 95 yards
- Color C – Dark Sage – 59 yards
- Color D – Country Blue – 16 yards
- H-8 (5mm) Hook
- Yarn Needle
Gauge: 8 stitches x 8 rows = 4″ square using hdc C2C blocks
Finished Dimensions: Approximately 13″ x 13″ (33.0cm x33.0cm)
- ch – chain
- hdc – half double crochet
- RS – right side
- WS – wrong side
- US Terms (US to UK terminology conversion)
- Materials listed are for corner-to-corner (C2C) using half double crochet stitches
- Instructions are written for working from the bottom right to the top left of the square
- Rows 1-25 will be increasing
- Rows 25-49 will be decreasing
- The CAL uses Lion Brand Heartland yarn
How to Make This Spider Plant C2C Blanket Square
Start in the bottom right corner of the chart and work back and forth on a diagonal, using the corner-to-corner technique. Increase each row until row 25, then begin decreasing each row through the end.
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Don’t forget to share your finished square and blankets on social media. Tag @juniperandoakes and @remingtonlanecrochet and use #PlantsWithYarnCAL so we can show you some love!
Miss a few days of the crochet-a-long? Head back to the CAL main page to get the rest of the pattern charts to make the full blanket.
Want to Make Your Own Cozy Plant-Themed Blanket?
Make your handmade home extra cozy with this gorgeous blanket. The perfect heirloom for any plant lover!
- 12 different C2C patterns combine to make one beautiful blanket
- Written instructions
- Color block instructions
- Pattern charts
- Photo and video tutorials
Purchase the Spider Plant C2C Crochet Pattern
More Crochet Blankets You Will Love to Make
- Wintergreen Trees (part of the Mosaic Nordic Winter Afghan CAL)
- Cozy Ridges (part of the Harmony Throw CAL)
- Snake Plant Square (part of the Plants with Yarn CAL)
I love seeing your finished projects! If you enjoyed making the snake plant C2C crochet square, I’d love to see yours on Instagram. To be sure I don’t miss it, please tag me @remingtonlanecrochet when you share your photos!
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