c2c Skunk

c2c Skunk

APRIL 26, 2021

If you're looking for corner to corner crochet animal patterns, look no further! This adorable corner to corner (C2C) Skunk is just one of twelve Woodland animal patterns that I am designing for a corner to corner graphghan.

If you're not up to the task of crocheting twelve animal graphs, you could easily turn this Skunk graph into a crochet pillow.  Just follow the instructions from my Fox pattern.

These fun & free corner to corner animal graphs are perfect for beginner crocheters. They are fairly small and don't use too many colors.

Whether you crochet the graphghan or just a pillow, I think it would be a fun crochet gift for a forest animal loving child, friend or family member. It would also make an awesome baby shower gift for a woodland animal themed nursery. I hope you like my pattern!

Woodland Animals Baby Blanket

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14 inches by 14 inches


4 squares= 2 inches
4 rows of  squares= 2 inches


dc= double crochet
hdc= half double crochet
sc= single crochet
ch= chain
ch(s)= chains
st= stitch
st(s)= stitches
rem= remaining
dc2tog= double crochet 2 stitches together

  • You can choose to follow the pixel graph or the written instructions.
  • Written instructions are for working from the bottom right corner to the top left.
  • Crochet the pixel graph using the corner-to-corner (c2c) technique. Use the traditional method of making three double crochets for each square.
  • Chain 6 to start each new row and chain 3 at the beginning of each square.

Skunk Graph

Written Pattern
↙ Row 1: white x 1
↗ Row 2: white x 2
↙ Row 3: white x 3
↗ Row 4: white x 4
↙ Row 5: white x 5
↗ Row 6: white x 6
↙ Row 7: white x 7
↗ Row 8: white x 8
↙ Row 9: white x 9
↗ Row 10: white x 6, gray x 3, white x 1
↙ Row 11: white x 1, gray x 6, white x 4
↗ Row 12: white x 4, gray x 7, white x 1
↙ Row 13: white x 1, gray x 9, white x 3
↗ Row 14: white x 3, gray x 10, white x 1
↙ Row 15: white x 2, gray x 10, white x 3
↗ Row 16: white x 3, gray x 11, white x 2
↙ Row 17: white x 2, gray x 12, white x 3
↗ Row 18: white x 3, gray x 3, black x 1, gray x 2, black x 1, gray x 5, white x 3
↙ Row 19: white x 3, gray x 8, black x 2, gray x 3, white x 3
↗ Row 20: white x 4, gray x 2, black x 2, gray x 10, white x 2
↙ Row 21: white x 2, gray x 10, light gray x 1, black x 1, gray x 3, white x 4
↗ Row 22: white x 4, gray x 5, light gray x 1, gray x 7, light gray x 2, gray x 1, white x 2
↙ Row 23: white x 3, gray x 1, light gray x 2, gray x 6, light gray x 1, gray x 6, white x 4
↗ Row 24: white x 5, gray x 6, light gray x 1, gray x 6, light gray x 2, gray x 1, white x 3
↙ Row 25: white x 4, gray x 1, light gray x 1, gray x 4, light gray x 3, gray x 7, white x 5
Corner
↗ Row 26: white x 5, gray x 3, black x 1, gray x 3, light gray x 5, gray x 4, white x 3
↙ Row 27: white x 3, gray x 2, white x 2, light gray x 5, gray x 7, white x 4
↗ Row 28: white x 3, gray x 8, light gray x 4, white x 7
↙ Row 29: white x 7, light gray x 4, gray x 7, white x 3
↗ Row 30: white x 2, gray x 8, light gray x 3, white x 7
↙ Row 31: white x 7, light gray x 2, gray x 8, white x 2
↗ Row 32: white x 1, gray x 8, light gray x 2, white x 7
↙ Row 33: white x 7, light gray x 1, gray x 8, white x 1
↗ Row 34: white x 1, gray x 7, light gray x 1, white x 7
↙ Row 35: white x 7, gray x 7, white x 1
↗ Row 36: white x 1, gray x 7, white x 6
↙ Row 37: white x 6, gray x 1, light gray x 1, gray x 3, white x 2
↗ Row 38: white x 3, gray x 1, light gray x 2, gray x 1, white x 5
↙ Row 39: white x 4, gray x 1, light gray x 2, gray x 1, white x 3
↗ Row 40: white x 2, gray x 1, light gray x 2, gray x 1, white x 4
↙ Row 41: white x 3, gray x 4, white x 2
↗ Row 42: white x 2, gray x 3, white x 3
↙ Row 43: white x 7
↗ Row 44: white x 6
↙ Row 45: white x 5
↗ Row 46: white x 4
↙ Row 47: white x 3
↗ Row 48: white x 2
↙ Row 49: white x 1


After you finish the last square you are going to continue crocheting around the border.

Ch 1, in the side of each square you will make two sc and in each corner you will sc-ch 2-sc.

You are done! I hope you enjoyed this pattern. Tag me on Instagram (@lovable_loops) or Facebook to share your pictures with me.

More corner to corner crochet patterns for Woodland Forest animals:

Corner to Corner Raccoon

Corner to Corner Fox

Corner to Corner Bear

Corner to Corner Hedgehog

Corner to Corner Deer

Corner to Corner Bunny

Corner to Corner Wolf

Corner to Corner Squirrel

Corner to Corner Owl

Corner to Corner Mouse

Corner to Corner Opossum


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