I think Woodland animals are adorable so I thought it would be fun to design some c2c blankets inspired by these cute little guys. You can stitch the four animals (Raccoon, Fox, Owl & Bear) together to create one larger afghan, use a larger hook size to make individual blankets, or, attach an individual graph to a dowel rod and hang it on the wall for some adorable wall art!

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#### Gauge and Finished Size

After completing my Woodland Animals (Raccoon, Fox, Owl & Bear) graphs, I decided that it would be great if each graph were large enough to be an individual blanket (rather than sewing them all together).

I decided to use a larger hook size when I made my Christmas Penguin Blanket. My Penguin blanket ended up larger but I wanted my next blanket to be even larger and "looser".

To achieve an even larger and looser blanket, I decided to increase the number of chains I made for each pixel square when I began my Dinosaur Blanket. I am still currently working on my Dinosaur blanket but I will update the finished size when it is complete.

**I recommended that you use an I/5.5mm crochet hook and chain 6 for new rows & chain 3 for new squares. **

Blankets: Raccoon, Fox, Owl & Bear

Hook Size: 7/4.5mm

C2C Method: chain 5 for new row & chain 2 for new square

Gauge: 8 pixel squares= just over 4 inches

Size: 21.5" by 21.5"

Blanket: Christmas Penguin Blanket

Hook Size: I/5.5mm

C2C Method: chain 5 for new row & chain 2 for new square

Gauge: 8 pixel squares= just under 5 inches

Size: 24" by 24" (without the border)

Blanket: Dinosaur Blanket

Hook Size: I/5.5mm

C2C Method: chain 6 for new row & chain 3 for new square

Gauge: 8 pixel squares= 5.5"

Size: (will update once blanket is completed)

#### Materials

-size 7/4.5mm or I/5.5mm crochet hooks (see section above for sizing details)

-tapestry needle

-worsted weight yarn in White, Black, Gray, Pink and Dark Gray

-Raccoon Pixel Graph

Download the Raccoon Graph PDF

Don't know how to crochet a corner to corner (c2c) graph? Watch my two part YouTube tutorial where I show you step-by-step how to crochet my Dog Emoji graph!

**Dog Emoji Graph Tutorial**

#### Color Chart

W=White

B= Black

G= Gray

P= Pink

DG= Dark Gray

#### Written Pattern: Bottom Right to 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.

When I made my blanket I did a chain 5 for each new row & a chain 2 for each new square. I think it ended up being too tight.

**I recommend you chain 6 for new rows & chain 3 for new squares** (see "Gauge and Finished Size" section above for more info).

WS= wrong side

RS= right side

**→ Row 1 [WS]:** W

**← Row 2 [RS]:** W2

**→ Row 3 [WS]:** W3

**← Row 4 [RS]:** W4

**→ Row 5 [WS]:** W5

**← Row 6 [RS]:** W6

**→ Row 7 [WS]:** W7

**← Row 8 [RS]:** W8

**→ Row 9 [WS]:** W9

**← Row 10 [RS]:** W10

**→ Row 11 [WS]:** W11

**← Row 12 [RS]:** W12

**→ Row 13 [WS]:** W2, B, W10

**← Row 14 [RS]:** W2, B2, G2, B3, W2, B, W2

**→ Row 15 [WS]:** W2, B2, G, B3, G2, B2, G, W2

**← Row 16 [RS]:** W2, G, B3, G, B3, G2, B2, W2

**→ Row 17 [WS]:** W2, B2, G3, B2, G2, B2, G2, W2

**← Row 18 [RS]:** W2, B, G, B2, G2, B2, G4, B2, W2

**→ Row 19 [WS]:** W2, B2, G5, B, G2, B2, G2, B, W2

**← Row 20 [RS]:** W2, B2, G, B2, G2, B, G6, B2, W2

**→ Row 21 [WS]:** W3, G8, W, G, B2, G2, B, G, W2

**← Row 22 [RS]:** W2, G, B2, G, B3, W, G3, W3, G3, W3

**→ Row 23 [WS]:** W3, G3, W4, G2, B, W, B2, G2, B, G, W3

**← Row 24 [RS]:** W6, G, B2, W, B3, W5, G3, W3

**→ Row 25 [WS]:** W2, B, G3, W5, B4, W10

**← Row 26 [RS]:** W10, B5, W5, G3, B, W2

**→ Row 27 [WS]:** W2, B2, G2, W5, B5, W11

**← Row 28 [RS]:** W11, B6, W5, G2, B2, W2

**→ Row 29 [WS]:** W2, B2, G2, W6, B5, W4, G2, W6

**← Row 30 [RS]:** W6, G4, W2, B5, W7, G2, B2, W2

**→ Row 31 [WS]:** W2, B2, G2, W10, G2, W2, G5, W6

**← Row 32 [RS]:** W6, G6, W, G2, W10, G3, B2, W2

**→ Row 33 [WS]:** W4, G3, W10, G2, W, G4, (DG) x 3, W6

**← Row 34 [RS]:** W6, (DG) x 4, G6, W10, G4, W4

**→ Row 35 [WS]:** W5, G3, W3, B, W6, G6, (DG) x 4, G, W6

**← Row 36 [RS]:** W7, (DG) x 5, G6, W5, B2, W2, G4, W5

**→ Row 37 [WS]:** W6, G4, W, B3, W4, G6, (DG) x 5, G, W7

**← Row 38 [RS]:** W6, G2, (DG) x 3, B, (DG) x 2, G2, (DG) x 2, G2, W4, B3, G4, W7

**→ Row 39 [WS]:** W8, G3, B4, W3, G2, DG, G3, (DG) x 2, B2, (DG) x 2, G3, W6

**← Row 40 [RS]:** W6, G, P, G2, (DG) x 2, B, (DG) x 3, G3, DG, G2, W3, B3, G3, W9

Corner

**→ Row 41 [WS]:** W9, G2, B4, W2, G2, (DG) x 2, G3, (DG) x 5, G2, P2, G, W5

**← Row 42 [RS]:** W4, G, P2, G3, (DG) x 5, G2, (DG) x 3, G4, B4, W10

**→ Row 43 [WS]:** W10, B4, G3, DG, G, (DG) x 2, G2, (DG) x 4, G3, P3, G, W3

**← Row 44 [RS]:** W2, G, P3, G4, (DG) x 4, B2, DG, G6, B3, W10

**→ Row 45 [WS]:** W10, B3, G3, DG, G2, B3, (DG) x 3, G4, P, G3, W2

**← Row 46 [RS]:** W3, G10, B2, G5, W14

**→ Row 47 [WS]:** W13, G5, B2, G8, W5

**← Row 48 [RS]:** W4, G9, B, G6, W12

**→ Row 49 [WS]:** W11, G4, (DG) x 3, G9, W4

**← Row 50 [RS]:** W4, G8, (DG) x 4, G4, W10

**→ Row 51 [WS]:** W9, G4, (DG) x 4, G8, W4

**← Row 52 [RS]:** W4, G7, (DG) x 5, G3, W9

**→ Row 53 [WS]:** W8, G3, (DG) x 5, G7, W4

**← Row 54 [RS]:** W4, G6, (DG) x 3, B, (DG) x 2, G3, W7

**→ Row 55 [WS]:** W7, G2, (DG) x 2, B2, (DG) x 2, G6, W4

**← Row 56 [RS]:** W4, G6, (DG) x 2, B, (DG) x 3, G2, W6

**→ Row 57 [WS]:** W6, G2, (DG) x 5, G6, W4

**← Row 58 [RS]:** W4, G6, (DG) x 5, G, W6

**→ Row 59 [WS]:** W6, G, (DG) x 4, G6, W4

**← Row 60 [RS]:** W4, G6, (DG) x 4, W6

**→ Row 61 [WS]:** W6, (DG) x 3, G6, W4

**← Row 62 [RS]:** W4, G8, W6

**→ Row 63 [WS]:** W7, G5, W5

**← Row 64 [RS]:** W4, G, P3, G, W7

**→ Row 65 [WS]:** W6, G, P3, G, W4

**← Row 66 [RS]:** W4, P3, G, W6

**→ Row 67 [WS]:** W6, G, P2, G, W3

**← Row 68 [RS]:** W3, G, P, G, W6

**→ Row 69 [WS]:** W6, G, P, W3

**← Row 70 [RS]:** W2, G2, W6

**→ Row 71 [WS]:** W6, G, W2

**← Row 72 [RS]:** W8

**→ Row 73 [WS]:** W7

**← Row 74 [RS]:** W6

**→ Row 75 [WS]:** W5

**← Row 76 [RS]:** W4

**→ Row 77 [WS]:** W3

**← Row 78 [RS]:** W2

**→ Row 79 [WS]:** W

#### Written Pattern: Bottom Left to Top Right

Crochet the pixel graph using the corner-to-corner (c2c) technique. Use the traditional method of making three double crochets for each square.

When I made my blanket I did a chain 5 for each new row & a chain 2 for each new square. I think it ended up being too tight.

**I recommend you chain 6 for new rows & chain 3 for new squares** (see "Gauge and Finished Size" section above for more info).

WS= wrong side

RS= right side

**→ Row 1 [WS]:** W

**← Row 2 [RS]:** W2

**→ Row 3 [WS]:** W3

**← Row 4 [RS]:** W4

**→ Row 5 [WS]:** W5

**← Row 6 [RS]:** W6

**→ Row 7 [WS]:** W7

**← Row 8 [RS]:** W8

**→ Row 9 [WS]:** W9

**← Row 10 [RS]:** W10

**→ Row 11 [WS]:** W11

**← Row 12 [RS]:** W12

**→ Row 13 [WS]:** W10, B, W2

**← Row 14 [RS]:** W2, B, W11

**→ Row 15 [WS]:** W9, G2, B2, W2

**← Row 16 [RS]:** W2, B2, G3, W9

**→ Row 17 [WS]:** W9, G4, B2, W2

**← Row 18 [RS]:** W2, B2, G5, W9

**→ Row 19 [WS]:** W9, G6, B2, W2

**← Row 20 [RS]:** W2, B2, G7, W9

**→ Row 21 [WS]:** W10, G8, W3

**← Row 22 [RS]:** W3, G3, W3, G3, W10

**→ Row 23 [WS]:** W10, B, G2, W4, G3, W3

**← Row 24 [RS]:** W3, G3, W5, B3, W10

**→ Row 25 [WS]:** W10, B4, W5, G3, B, W2

**← Row 26 [RS]:** W2, B, G3, W5, B5, W10

**→ Row 27 [WS]:** W11, B5, W5, G2, B2, W2

**← Row 28 [RS]:** W2, B2, G2, W5, B6, W11

**→ Row 29 [WS]:** W6, G2, W4, B5, W6, G2, B2, W2

**← Row 30 [RS]:** W2, B2, G2, W7, B5, W2, G4, W6

**→ Row 31 [WS]:** W6, G5, W2, G2, W10, G2, B2, W2

**← Row 32 [RS]:** W2, B2, G3, W10, G2, W, G6, W6

**→ Row 33 [WS]:** W6, (DG) x 3, G4, W, G2, W10, G3, W4

**← Row 34 [RS]:** W4, G4, W10, G6, (DG) x 4, W6

**→ Row 35 [WS]:** W6, G, (DG) x 4, G6, W6, B, W3, G3, W5

**← Row 36 [RS]:** W5, B, G3, W2, B2, W5, G6, (DG) x 5, W7

**→ Row 37 [WS]:** W7, G, (DG) x 5, G6, W4, B3, W, G3, B2, W5

**← Row 38 [RS]:** W6, B2, G3, B3, W4, G2, (DG) x 2, G2, (DG) x 2, B, (DG) x 3, G2, W6

**→ Row 39 [WS]:** W6, G3, (DG) x 2, B2, (DG) x 2, G3, DG, G2, W3, B4, G2, B3, W6

**← Row 40 [RS]:** W7, B3, G2, B3, W3, G2, DG, G3, (DG) x 3, B, (DG) x 2, G2, P, G, W6

Corner

**→ Row 41 [WS]:** W5, G, P2, G2, (DG) x 5, G3, (DG) x 2, G2, W2, B4, G, B4, W6

**← Row 42 [RS]:** W6, G3, W, B4, G4, (DG) x 3, G2, (DG) x 5, G3, P2, G, W4

**→ Row 43 [WS]:** W3, G, P3, G3, (DG) x 4, G2, (DG) x 2, G, DG, G3, B4, W, G4, W5

**← Row 44 [RS]:** W5, G4, W, B3, G6, DG, B2, (DG) x 4, G4, P3, G, W2

**→ Row 45 [WS]:** W2, G2, P2, G4, (DG) x 3, B3, G2, DG, G3, B3, W, B, G2, B, G, W4

**← Row 46 [RS]:** W4, B5, W5, G5, B2, G10, W3

**→ Row 47 [WS]:** W4, G9, B2, G5, W4, B6, W3

**← Row 48 [RS]:** W3, B5, W4, G6, B, G8, W5

**→ Row 49 [WS]:** W4, G9, (DG) x 3, G4, W3, B6, W2

**← Row 50 [RS]:** W2, G5, W3, G4, (DG) x 4, G8, W4

**→ Row 51 [WS]:** W4, G8, (DG) x 4, G4, W2, G5, W2

**← Row 52 [RS]:** W2, G4, W3, G3, (DG) x 5, G7, W4

**→ Row 53 [WS]:** W4, G7, (DG) x 5, G3, W3, B3, W2

**← Row 54 [RS]:** W2, B3, W2, G3, (DG) x 2, B, (DG) x 3, G6, W4

**→ Row 55 [WS]:** W4, G6, (DG) x 2, B2, (DG) x 2, G2, W3, B2, W2

**← Row 56 [RS]:** W2, G2, W2, G2, (DG) x 3, B, (DG) x 2, G6, W4

**→ Row 57 [WS]:** W4, G6, (DG) x 5, G2, W3, G, W2

**← Row 58 [RS]:** W6, G, (DG) x 5, G6, W4

**→ Row 59 [WS]:** W4, G6, (DG) x 4, G, W6

**← Row 60 [RS]:** W6, (DG) x 4, G6, W4

**→ Row 61 [WS]:** W4, G6, (DG) x 3, W6

**← Row 62 [RS]:** W6, G8, W4

**→ Row 63 [WS]:** W4, G6, W7

**← Row 64 [RS]:** W7, G, P3, W5

**→ Row 65 [WS]:** W4, G, P3, G, W6

**← Row 66 [RS]:** W6, G, P2, G, W4

**→ Row 67 [WS]:** W3, G, P2, G, W6

**← Row 68 [RS]:** W6, G, P, G, W3

**→ Row 69 [WS]:** W3, P, G, W6

**← Row 70 [RS]:** W6, G2, W2

**→ Row 71 [WS]:** W2, G, W6

**← Row 72 [RS]:** W8

**→ Row 73 [WS]:** W7

**← Row 74 [RS]:** W6

**→ Row 75 [WS]:** W5

**← Row 76 [RS]:** W4

**→ Row 77 [WS]:** W3

**← Row 78 [RS]:** W2

**→ Row 79 [WS]:** W

#### Border

*Picture is from my Letter A Graph.*

I decided that I wanted to have a thin border around my graph in case I wanted to sew it together with my other Woodland animals graphs.

Attach your black yarn. In each corner you will work a (hdc-ch 1-hdc) and for each edge of the square you will (hdc-ch 1) between each of the individual "tiles" (the small squares that make up the entire graph).

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