C2C Corn Square – Free Crochet Pattern

The C2C Crochet Corn Square is my new free corner-to-corner crochet pattern.

C2C Corn Square - Free Crochet Pattern - Raffamusa Designs

Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue HERE and favorite it (– thank you!). Or save it for later by pinning it to your favorite crochet board on Pinterest using this pin!

C2C Corn Afghan Square - Free Crochet Pattern - Raffamusa Designs

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Allotment Blanket CAL

The pattern of the Corn Square is part of the C2C Allotment Blanket CAL hosted and organized by Helen of Sunflower Cottage Crochet.

Community Garden C2C Crochet Blanket
Allotment Blanket made by Helen of Sunflower Cottage Crochet

How to Join the CAL?

Joining this crochet along is super easy.

  • Get your yarn and hook;
  • Visit the main round-up post on Helen’s website HERE;
  • Look for the links to the new squares as soon as they are released!
Community Garden Crochet Along - Round Up Post

Each new PDF pattern will be available for free from the day it becomes available until the end of the CAL.

Want to start crocheting immediately?

Instead of waiting for each pattern to become available, you can access all 20 square patterns at once by purchasing the 132-page e-book which Helen lovingly put together.

In the e-book you’ll find:

  • A table of contents to find & print all the squares easily;
  • All 20 square patterns, including charts and written instructions for each square.
  • PLUS 4 bonus squares!
  • Links to tutorial on how to join the squares and add a border;
  • The pattern for a stunning border!
Community Garden Crochet Along - eBook
Community Garden C2C Crochet Blanket

How to Get your Corn Square Pattern

The pattern of the C2C Corn Square will be available from September 26th, 2022.

For your free pattern, you will have to first grab the coupon code on the main round-up post HERE.

Community Garden Crochet Along - Coupon Code

Then, go to the Ravelry listing of the C2C Corn Square HERE, and apply the coupon code at checkout!

Community Garden Crochet Along - Download Button
The promotion will be active starting on September 26th, 2022!


Only interested in the C2C Corn Square? Grab your printable PDF file, which comes with written instructions and a color chart on Ravelry!

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If you’re new to C2C crochet, I have a couple of tutorials, including videos, which can guide you in learning the mini-C2C crochet stitch.


  • 5.5-mm (I/9 US, 5 UK) Crochet Hook
  • Aran (4, Medium) Weight Yarn
  • Tapestry Needle


I used Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran in the following colors:

  • A – Champagne White (202) – 19.2 yds (17.6 m)
  • B – Lime Green (228) – 2.5 yds (2.3 m)
  • C – Grass Green (229) – 2.4 yds (2.2 m)
  • D – Buttercup Yellow (222) – 9.4 yds (8.6 m)
  • E – Soft Fudge (209) – 1.1 yds (1 m)

Feel free to use any yarn with the appropriate hook.


You can choose to crochet this pattern using either the Mini-C2C stitch or the regular C2C.

Find below the size of the finished square with the 2 techniques:

  • Mini-C2C – 12″ (30.5 cm)
  • Regular C2C – 17″ (43 cm)


  • Mini-C2C – 8 blocks in 4″ (10 cm)
  • Regular C2C – 6 blocks in 4″ (10 cm)


Mini Corner to Corner Stitch (Mini C2C)
Learn how to crochet the mini-C2C stitch HERE.

Color Changes
Learn how to change colors and carry yarn in mini-C2C HERE.


  • This square is worked with the C2C or mini-C2C technique.
  • The written instructions indicate row by row the number of blocks to work in each color.
  • For example, “(A) 2, (B) 4″ means that you first need to work 2 blocks with color A and then, 4 blocks with color B.
  • The total number of blocks per row is indicated within brackets at the end of each row’s instructions.
  • Find the pattern chart in the printable PDF pattern.


Coming on September 26th, 2022…

Find more C2C crochet squares here on the blog…

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