End-to-end crochet, also known as C2C crochet, is a technique that works back and forth, but in a diagonal, from one corner distant to the other.
Looking at a corner-to-corner project can be confusing as you often see stitches that look backward and upside down, but the concept is surprisingly simple and the technique surprisingly versatile.
I love crochet from end to end, and it’s one of my landmarks when I’m looking for a light, warm crochet fabric.
With C2C you can make squares or triangles in different colors can form a wonderful pattern. We have seen many models and shapes like blankets, with drawings of characters, pieces known, this technique already exists sometimes, but today is much sought after.
The basic idea of C2C is that you start in one corner and work along the diagonal up to the other corner; hence the name from corner to corner. Making squares and rectangles is the easiest, but as such you can also make other shapes by increasing or decreasing the diagonal as needed.
Crochet Corner (c2c) is a technique that works just the way it looks – you make small “squares” of crochet diagonally, increasing each row in a block until your design is high enough to begin to decrease each row. Corner to corner patterns are usually quick to do, but when you are in a crisis of time for a baby shower, you will be grateful for that standard.
Its graph is easy, who makes that point knows that it is fast to complete a piece, besides being extremely perfect its points are highlighted, the form of piramede leaves an air of exotic. In the video, we will see step by step how to weave the points with precision and clarity. I also used the crochet corner to draw my Nordic snowflake scarf and the “Be a Deer” blanket. As you can see, c2c is a truly versatile crochet technique that opens up a whole new world of design possibilities.
There are several models of photos and videos on this point on the internet, but as my friends asked for a lot, we thought it would be a great job to spread the word. Many gutters come to us to ask for these patterns, and we always look on the internet to bring the best for you. So let’s go?
You will fall in love with these pieces like us, it is beautiful to see.
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