Crochet Blanket Tutorial - Corner to Corner (C2C)

The "diagonal point" in the art of crochet is fantastic for making blankets or scarves, since you can decide departing the size of their work. In this tutorial video we see the creation of an Afghan blanket, with a multicolor wool yarn with a crochet hook 5 mm.

This is a really simple point in its construction, the facts have to start forming six simple chains, where we need to go in the fourth to build a colon as well as in the second chain. Next, turn the work and run the preceding procedure.

At this point you have two square format, to unify them must insert the wire in the space of the third chain of the first square and put them together with a simple point, then formed three chains at the same hole created three double points. Finally turn the work and start over with the first procedure.

Now that you have trained the first two squares will not have to do anything but keep repeating the same step, but remembering from time to time when you start to do the first six simple chains then have to do the remaining steps in the two squares. Going forward in this manner diagonally many squares will realize that ultimately will form a blanket. Unless you have a multi-colored yarn can also use a single color, the effect will be the same.
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