Corner to Corner Crochet Snowflake Pillow - Free Crochet Pattern

Hey Guy’s!

Corner to corner (c2c) is really in right now, and this is actually a stitch pattern I have never worked before, so naturally I decided to spend late nights teaching myself and writing up a pattern for you guys!

Christmas is a few months away but it’s never too early to get started on your holiday crochet projects. This simple snowflake pillow is the PERFECT beginner’s corner to corner project and makes gorgeous holiday decor!

Corner to corner crochet is done by following a chart, there are no written instructions until seaming. This may sound intimidating but once you understand the concept of C2C crochet it’s really a very simple process.

Let’s Begin!

Notes:

  1. Pillow is done by making two c2c square (24 x 24 tiles), seaming edges together at the end.

  2. Follow the snowflake chart for one square, the back square is a solid square.

  3. Read the chart beginning from the bottom right tile ending at the top left tile.

  4. To make weaving ends easier later on, carry the yarn for the snowflake square.

  5. Tile - Each c2c square (Ch3, 3DC).

  6. Finished pillow measurement - 14” x 14”

  7. Click here for the PDF chart.

Materials:

3 Balls Red Heart yarns Amore in Rooibos (Medium 4 Weight yarn)

1 Ball Red Heart yarns Amore in Chamomile (Medium 4 Weight yarn)

3.75mm Crochet Hook

Polyfill Stuffing

Yarn Needle

Scissors

Chart:

Seaming:

Step 1 - Using the mattress stitch, seam 3 sides of one square to 3 sides of the other square, leaving one side open.

Step 2 - At this point you should be left with what looks like a potato sack. Add polyfill stuffing.

Step 3 - Seam last side closed.