Happy New Year! 2020 is going to be a great year and I can’t wait to show you all the new crochet project ideas I have! I wanted to create something festive for New Years Eve and came up with this 2020 corner-to-corner crochet shawl. I crocheted two triangle C2C pieces then stitched them together.
Classic Blue is the Pantone color of the year so I chose this bold blue (Royal blue) from the Bernat Super Value line along with a nice gray. You could choose any color of your choice!
I made two pieces (instead of one big C2C triangle) for several reasons but mainly the numbers fit better when you place it this way on the graph. It would be hard to make c2c numbers, letters, or pictures go diagonally.
All you need to do to make the two triangle pieces is to crochet only the increases. Stop before you decrease! You can actually make the triangle as big as you want!
– Bernat Super Value in Royal Blue and Heather Gray (one skein of each)
– Size H Crochet Hook
– Tapestry Needle
– Tassel maker (optional)
– Pixel Graphs get them HERE and HERE
I used the Corner-to-Corner (C2C) method to crochet the graph.If you aren’t familiar with the C2C technique, I have a video class available HERE for purchase that teaches you this technique! The Crochet Crowd also has a very helpful video tutorial for FREE that shows you the basic technique of corner-to-corner crochet. Check that out HERE.
You will need to make the left and right side graphs. It is easiest to turn the paper upside down after you print out the graph. This way you start at the corner. Stop when you get to the blue line on the graph.
I joined the two pieces using a SC Lattice join. I have made a video showing you how to do this!
Happy New Year to all! I wish you health, happiness, and heaps of yarn!
Thank you for all of your support!
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