I know it has been a moment since I have created a post about crochet, but that doesn’t mean my hands haven’t been busy! Soon I’ll be sharing an original summer coaster pattern I’ve been loving. Before, then, I want to share one of my new favorite patterns the corner to corner pattern.
I’m not sure if you would call this a stitch, since there are a lot of chains and clusters to this pattern, but however you would like to name it, the outcome is still gorgeous.
So, some of you will remember, I made a shell stitch blanket for my nephew last year. When I got news that Cody’s brother was expecting a baby girl, I knew that corner to corner was the stitch I wanted to use for her pattern.
Corner to corner makes for quick work. I also found that it was easy to judge how big to make it. Once you are ready to decrease the stitches, you can accurately tell how big the blanket will actually be.
I aim to create a vlog tutorial on this stitch, but before I thought I would share the outcome! I used Craftsy as a resource!
Leslie Mariah came a little early, so I am so glad to say she is healthy AND beautiful! It was a few weeks before I got to meet her, but she is so precious. I love her so much! Congratulations to Blake and Jami!
Thanks for reading!