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Free Pattern: Easy corner to corner (c2c) At The Cross Square

Happy Easter, friends! Hope you’re keeping safe wherever you are. It feels weird to celebrate Easter on lockdown but this is what is absolutely necessary at this time to combat this terrible pandemic that has swept over much of the nations of the world.

The virus cannot, however, take away the importance of Easter in the life of a Christian. The Easter holiday happens once a year but for many Christians like myself, everyday is Easter as we are daily grateful for the ultimate sacrifice of Jesus Christ. His death means that nothing, absolutely nothing, can separate us from God.

With this in mind, I thought I’ll share the pattern for this c2c crochet square with you. It’s a 12×12 inch square, which would be great as one of many 12×12 inch squares that can be sewn together to make an afghan/blanket, pillow cover or a cushion cover.

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You will need to know the c2c crochet technique for you to create this pattern. If you don’t know how to c2c, check out this video, which shows you how to (including increases and decreases) and also how to change colours.

Supplies & tools:

  • Aran weight yarn in 2 colours. You can choose your own colours but your contrast colour (CC) should be red. I used Paintbox Simply Aran yarn
  • 5 mm/H crochet hook
  • Darning needle to sew in ends
  • Scissors


CC – Contrasting colour
MC – Main colour
RS – Right side
WS – Wrong side

Pattern notes:

I suggest using two separate balls of both MC and CC, when you start incorporating CC. This will help you avoid cutting yarn as you will just drop the colour you don’t need and pick up the colour you need when called for in the pattern. If you can’t use two separate balls for each, that’s absolutely fine, just cut the yarn and reattach accordingly. 

I have added a border, consisting of two rounds of single crochets, around mine as I will be using it in my kitchen. Feel free to add any type of border to yours if you wish.

Finally, the sample has not been blocked but feel free to block yours, if desired.

So without further ado, let’s get to crocheting.


Graph (you can pin the below to your Pinterest or download a pdf version here)

© Handmade by Kunbi

Written instructions:

Starting from bottom right, work in the direction of the arrows indicated (↙ top-down; ↗ bottom-up)

START Row 1 [WS]: MC
↙ Row 2 [RS]: (MC) x 2
↗ Row 3 [WS]: (MC) x 3
↙ Row 4 [RS]: (MC) x 4
↗ Row 5 [WS]: (MC) x 5
↙ Row 6 [RS]: (MC) x 6
↗ Row 7 [WS]: (MC) x 7
↙ Row 8 [RS]: (MC) x 7, CC
↗ Row 9 [WS]: (CC) x 2, (MC) x 7
↙ Row 10 [RS]: (MC) x 7, (CC) x 3
↗ Row 11 [WS]: MC, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 6, CC
↙ Row 12 [RS]: (CC) x 2, (MC) x 5, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 2
↗ Row 13 [WS]: (MC) x 3, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 4, (CC) x 3
↙ Row 14 [RS]: MC, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 3, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 4
↗ Row 15 [WS]: (MC) x 5, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 2, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 2
↙ Row 16 [RS]: (MC) x 3, (CC) x 3, MC, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 6
↗ Row 17 [WS]: (MC) x 7, (CC) x 6, (MC) x 4

CORNER – start decrease

↙ Row 18 [RS]: (MC) x 4, (CC) x 5, (MC) x 7
↗ Row 19 [WS]: (MC) x 7, (CC) x 4, (MC) x 4
↙ Row 20 [RS]: (MC) x 4, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 7
↗ Row 21 [WS]: (MC) x 6, (CC) x 4, (MC) x 3
↙ Row 22 [RS]: (MC) x 2, (CC) x 5, (MC) x 5
↗ Row 23 [WS]: (MC) x 4, (CC) x 6, MC
↙ Row 24 [RS]: (CC) x 3, MC, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 3
↗ Row 25 [WS]: (MC) x 2, (CC) x 3, (MC) x 2, (CC) x 2
↙ Row 26 [RS]: CC, (MC) x 3, (CC) x 3, MC
↗ Row 27 [WS]: (CC) x 3, (MC) x 4
↙ Row 28 [RS]: (MC) x 4, (CC) x 2
↗ Row 29 [WS]: CC, (MC) x 4
↙ Row 30 [RS]: (MC) x 4
↗ Row 31 [WS]: (MC) x 3
↙ Row 32 [RS]: (MC) x 2
↗ Row 33 [WS]: MC


Weave in all ends and you are done!

I would love to see your finished project, please feel free to tag me in your photos on social media:

Instagram: @handmadebykunbi
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Thanks to perimenopause, I’ve been dealing with crippling health anxiety for some months now 😩. Thankfully 🙏🏽, things are much better now than they were some months ago 🙏🏽. Here’s what I always remind 🧐 myself about those intrusive thoughts that come to our minds and try to or  even destabilise us. I hope this helps someone:

While we may have countless thoughts running through our minds, they do not define us as individuals. Instead, we are the conscious observers of these thoughts, and we have the power to choose which ones we give attention to and act upon. By recognising that our thoughts do not define us, we can develop a sense of detachment from them and avoid becoming overwhelmed or controlled by them. This realisation can also help us to approach our thoughts with greater curiosity and openness, allowing us to better understand ourselves and our emotions.

Always remember that you are not your thoughts 🤗🤗 x
#kunbidesigns #parlezvouscrochet #crochetersofinstagram #crochetinspiration #crochetlover #c2ccrochet #cornertocornercrochet #blackcrochetersofinstagram #diversityandinclusion #blackcrocheter #crochetcrew #handmadebykunbi #grannysquares #crochet #crocheting #grannysquareblanket #grannysquare #crochetblanket #calledtocreate #createdtocreate #makersmovement #crojo #encouragementfortoday #wordsofencouragement #encouragementfortheday
Always a serious face when I’m crafting but by golly, inside I’m having fun!

What’s your crafting face like? 
Pattern I’m crocheting: The Farmhouse Granny Square (free by @bundlehandmade)
#kunbidesigns #parlezvouscrochet #crochetersofinstagram #crochetinspiration #ganchillo #häkeln #haken #virka #yarnlove #uncinetto #crochetlover #crochetpattern #blackcrochetersofinstagram #diversityandinclusion #blackcrocheter #crochetcrew #handmadebykunbi #grannysquares #crochet #crocheting #grannysquareblanket #grannysquare #crochetblanket #calledtocreate #createdtocreate #makersmovement #makersvillage
Oh, knitted skirt, with each stitch made by hand, you're a labor of love

A work of patience and skill, a thing of beauty to behold

A true expression of creativity, from the heavens above

That never fails to dazzle, as your story unfolds.

- An ode to my knitted skirt 😊.
Pattern: Hopeful Skirt.
#yarnlover #kunbidesigns #knittersofinstagram #craftposure #bipocmakers #designer #knitweardesigner #knitweardesign #blackknittersofinstagram #blackknitweardesigner #handknitting #blackgirlcrafts #blackdesigner #makersgonnamake #knittingdesign #knittingpattern #handmadefashion #slowfashion #slowfashionmovement #entrepreneur #bipocdesignersandcrafters #diversityandinclusion #knitstagram #knittersofig #knittinginspiration #iloveknitting #hopefulskirt #kingcolechunkytweed
I haven’t done a c2c crochet project in a while and my hands are itching to start one!

Do you c2c? What’s your fave c2c project?
Pattern: The Little Bubba c2c graphgan blanket (available in all my shops).
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My fingers have been itching for some chunky knits, so today, I obliged 😊.
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Are you making for the summer yet? Lemme know in the comments👇🏽.
Pattern: Easy Lace Panel Crochet Top.

Pattern deets:⠀⠀
Sizes: XS to 5XL⠀⠀⠀
Ease: Negative ease of up to 3”⠀⠀
Yarn: Aran weight yarn - I used Cascade Avalon yarn (50% Cotton 50% Acrylic)⠀⠀⠀
Skill level: Intermediate beginner.
#kunbidesigns #crochet #crocheting #crochetlove #yarn #crochetersofinstagram #instacrochet #ganchillo #häkeln #haken #crocheted #virka #yarnlove #uncinetto #crochetlover #craft #crochetpattern #blackcrochetersofinstagram #diversityandinclusion #blackcrocheter #slowfashion #slowfashionmovement #handmadebykunbi
Always a good reminder!

**You might want to save this for later**.

I used to get terrified anytime I got into a knitting and crocheting funk but I have found ways to deal with my crafting funk. Here are five ways of getting out of a crafting funk that so far work for me.

1️⃣ Allow yourself the time to not craft:

Yep! Just go with the flow and allow yourself the time out. I am no psychologist but I really think our brains need a break from repetitive hobbies/tasks sometimes.

2️⃣ Focus on any other hobby you have or pick up a new hobby:

I have other hobbies other than knitting and crocheting that tend to take a back seat because I spend most of my time crafting. Whenever I’m in a crafting funk, I focus my attention on one or two of those. For example, I enjoy reading but I don’t read as much due to crafting. So, if I’m in a funk, reading is one of the first things I go to.

Better yet, why not try out a new hobby?

3️⃣ Try designing/plan your designs:

If you’ve always wanted to design, this may be a great time to do that! If you’re already a designer, this may be a great time to plan the designs for your next range or season. Sketch, think about the yarn you would like to use for your sample, colour schemes, etc.

4️⃣ Browse for patterns or yarn:

I think I spend a lot of time on IG or Etsy when I’m in a crafting funk. I tend to browse for hand dyed yarn mostly but you can also browse for patterns that you would like to work on when you’re out of your crafting funk. You may end up buying some yarn or some patterns, but you don’t have to.

5️⃣ Organise your yarn stash and notions:

I love doing this even when I’m not in a crafting funk. There’s something soothing about organising my yarn stash and notions, and enjoying a good ol’ squish fest while I’m at it.
What do you do when you’re in a crafting funk? Share in the comments 🙌🏽🙌🏽.