This pattern includes a charted graph to crochet this afghan featuring Chase from Paw Patrol using the c2c (corner to corner) method.
This pattern is 60x76 squares and is designed to be used with the corner-to-corner (c2c) method. Each square represents one c2c block or cluster. It would also be a good size for a pillow in single crochet. In that case, each square represents one stitch.
Usually with c2c afghans each block measures approximately 3/4"-1", so the finished blanket would measure approximately 45x57" to 60x76" before any optional border depending on your personal tension. (I personally crochet at a gauge of 3.5 stitches per inch and each c2c cluster measures just over 3/4".) This would be a good size for a toddler or throw blanket.
To make this afghan you will need worsted weight yarn, size H/5mm or I/5.5mm crochet hook, and a yarn needle to weave in yarn ends. (Specific yarn is listed in the pattern.)
This listing is for the PATTERN ONLY, not the physical blanket. If you don't crochet and would like this made for you please contact me. I'll be happy to work with you to create it for you.
You are welcome to sell any finished afghans made from this pattern, but I would appreciate it if you would include a link back to this listing and give me credit as the designer.
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