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C2C Heart Square Blanket


Hello, my dear reader! Welcome to our lovely blog Handmade Learning Here. Today we want to bring you a beautiful pattern option that you will undoubtedly love. It’s a fascinating pattern, like the image represented in it. And the C2C heart square pattern.  With these squares you can carry out the most diverse projects and make beautiful pieces with them. Whether it’s a blanket, an afghan or a beautiful coat… This C2C heart square is perfect for any occasion. As it is a C2C project it is generally warmer, perfect for winter projects.

The C2C heart crochet square is a charming and versatile pattern that adds a touch of love and warmth to any project. This heart-inspired square is particularly popular for creating blankets, pillows, or even decorative pieces for special occasions like Valentine’s Day.

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The pattern typically involves a combination of double crochet stitches and color changes, allowing crafters to showcase their creativity by playing with different color combinations.

One of the appealing aspects of the C2C heart crochet square is its simplicity and scalability. Whether you’re a beginner looking for a manageable project or an experienced crocheter wanting to experiment with colorwork, this pattern offers endless possibilities.


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The geometric structure of the C2C technique makes it easy to adjust the size of the square, making it adaptable for various projects. Additionally, the heart motif adds a sweet and personal touch, making it a popular choice for handmade gifts or items that evoke a sense of coziness and affection.

As the pattern unfolds, the heart shapes take form, and the maker can witness their creation growing row by row. The end result is a beautiful and heartfelt piece that can be incorporated into larger projects or stand alone as a decorative accent. Whether you’re a crochet enthusiast or someone looking to add a handmade touch to your living space, the C2C heart crochet square is a delightful choice that combines creativity with a dash of love.

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Each meticulously crafted stitch creates not only a symbolic form, but also conveys the care and dedication of the person who wove it. The delicate process of intertwining threads transforms the simple material into a tangible representation of affection.

The symbolism of the crochet heart is not just that of a decorative object, but of handmade love, a testament to the time and effort dedicated to creating something special. Thus, the heart in crochet transcends its physical form, embodying the essence of care and tenderness invested in the art of fabric.

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The heart blanket is an adorable accessory that combines functionality and affection. Commonly made from soft and cozy fabrics, it not only provides warmth and comfort, but also brings with it a touch of affection and care.

Its heart-shaped design not only adds a special charm but also symbolizes warm and loving feelings. Ideal for giving as a gift or decorating cozy spaces, the heart blanket is a welcoming symbol of love and warmth.


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  • 20 Yards of Worsted Weight Yarn
  • H8/5mm Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends


Yarn Options: Consider Caron’s One Pound or Bernat’s Super Value as alternatives to Red Heart Super Saver. These yarns, known for their durability and suitability for machine washing and drying, are ideal choices for home projects.

If precision in size is not paramount for your project, feel free to use any yarn from your collection, pairing it with the corresponding crochet hook.

It’s worth noting that Red Heart Super Saver exhibits some inconsistency. While the overall gauge is not a critical factor, ensuring that both yarns used have matching gauges is essential. For Soft White, an H8/5mm hook was employed, while Buff required an I9/5.5mm hook.



Approximately 2 hours


8 inches Square


5 Boxes = 3 5/8 inches by 3 11/16 inches


Abbreviations (US Terminology):

DC: Double Crochet

SC: Single Crochet

C2C: Corner to Corner



Corner to Corner (abbreviated as C2C) is a pattern that involves creating diagonal boxes stacked on top of each other. You initiate the process from the far bottom corner with a single box, then each subsequent row increases diagonally with two boxes, three boxes, and so on until you achieve the desired size. To conclude, you decrease the number of boxes in the same diagonal fashion until you end up at the opposite corner from where you began.

In this tutorial, we’ll focus on the C2C in DC technique. We recommend watching a video tutorial, which provides a step-by-step guide on how to execute C2C in DC. Below we leave a video tutorial from the RonariCrochet youtube channel so you can understand how to do C2C in DC.




In this crochet pattern, a box consists of four double crochets.

Start crocheting the square from the bottom right corner, and work your way up towards the top left corner.

This pattern uses colors and boxes exclusively in its instructions.



Diagram of a heart with an 8-inch size. Below are some graph options available for you to follow.




C2C HEART SQUARE – Pattern with Box Colors Only

Rows 1-6: Increase in White. (6 Boxes)

Row 7: 1 White, 5 Red, 1 White. (7 Boxes)

Row 8: 1 White, 5 Red, 2 White. (8 Boxes)

Row 9: 2 White, 6 Red, 1 White. (9 Boxes)

Row 10: 1 White, 6 Red, 3 White. (10 Boxes)

Row 11: 3 White, 6 Red, 2 White. (11 Boxes)

Row 12, Begin Decrease: 1 White, 6 Red, 3 White. (10 Boxes)

Row 13: 2 White, 6 Red, 1 White. (9 Boxes)

Row 14: 3 White, 3 Red, 2 White. (8 Boxes)

Row 15: 1 White, 4 Red, 2 White. (7 Boxes)

Row 16: 2 White, 3 Red, 1 White. (6 Boxes)

Row 17: 1 White, 3 Red, 1 White. (5 Boxes)

Row 18: 1 White, 2 Red, 1 White. (4 Boxes)

Rows 19-21: Decrease in White.



Start by creating a chain of 1 (this doesn’t count as a stitch). Single crochet (SC) into the space between the boxes just below your current position, chain 2. Repeat the pattern: (SC into the space between the next 2 boxes, chain 2) 8 times. After reaching the corner, SC into the corner stitch, chain 2. Repeat the sequence within square brackets: [(SC into the space between the next 2 boxes, chain 2) 10 times, SC into the corner stitch, chain 2] a total of 3 times. Finally, join to the 1st SC.


Using your crochet hook, pull all loose ends to the wrong side of the square. Note that any side can be considered the right or wrong side since turning is done at the end of each row. To determine the right side, look to the first box worked. Once all ends are pulled through, weave them in securely.


And finally… your 8″ heart square is ready. Use it for whatever purpose you want! Make as many as you need for your project. For example:


How many 8″ squares do I need for a blanket?

To make a blanket with 8″ inch squares, you will need approximately 56 squares. This will give you a baby blanket size of 56″×64″ set up with 7 squares across and 8 squares in height per row.


If you have questions about the number of squares for your project. I recommend this conversion website that can help you: HOW MANY SQUARES CALCULATOR



Dear reader, here we have a very educational video tutorial that teaches you how to make the incredible C2C heart square pattern. I hope it is useful. Video learning is didactic and helps us familiarize ourselves with the pattern, in addition to better understanding how to make each movement and clearing up all our doubts.

The video tutorial for this incredible pattern is from Jennifer Noelle’s YouTube channel and you can watch it below:



I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, dear reader. I’m even curious to know about the result of your project! Send this article to your friends right now, so they can also create beautiful projects. Thank you for being here with us. I suggest you check out the other patterns, we have a lot of content available here for you! May your day be beautiful, see you soon. And now… Get to work! Happy crocheting!


2 thoughts on “C2C Heart Square Blanket

  • Thanks for sharing the pattern. I love C2C, I usually make scrapgans with it, but I am going the try the pattern.

  • Sandra Krooswyk

    Love this!! Thank you so much!
    Will be heading out for yarn today!!


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