November Blog Exclusive – Candy Cane Corner to Corner (C2C) Throw

The November Blog Exclusive is the easy and quick Christmas project to make.  The Candy Cane Throw uses the Corner to Corner Technique (C2C) to add rich textures and festive elements to your home decor or seasonal display.  This is an excellent throw for those who are new to the C2C technique.  Enjoy these simple color changes and easy stitches.






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November Exclusive

Join us for the November Blog Exclusive.  It’s a perfect, quick crochet for the Christmas season.  The Candy Cane Throw is a beginner crochet corner to corner pattern.

Free Pattern Download

Although we make every effort to prevent errors from being published, we regret that they do occur and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please note this pattern has been revised on November 12th.





Other Corner to Corner Afghans.

The C2C technique is a fun and popular method to crocheting afghans because they work up quickly and create beautiful textures.  C2C afghans can also be worked from a graph to make stunning afghans that show off your personal style.  Two of our most popular C2C afghans are the Sparkling Argyle Throw crocheted with Starlette Sparkle and the Deer Love Afghan crocheted with Aran Irish Tweed and Starlette yarns.

Sparkling Argyle Throw Mary Maxim Corner to Corner c2c

Sparkling Argyle Throw

Deer Love Throw

Deer Love Throw











Shopping List

To crochet this month’s blog exclusive you will need your I-9 hook (5.5 mm) 3 balls of Starlette White, 3 balls of Starlette Cardinal and 2 balls of Starlette Grass Green. To add some sparkle to your design, use 3 balls of Starlette Sparkle White, 3 balls Starlette Sparkle Ruby, and 2 balls of Starlette Sparkle Emerald.  




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Gwen Bautista

I was introduced to the fiber arts like many crafters by my great-grandmother. She was determined that if I ever needed to repair some socks or make myself a sweater then I would know how. Little did she know that it has led to a rather large yarn hoarding addiction and fascination with needles. As a life long crafter I am always learning new techniques and improving my skills.

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