Letter E Graph

JANUARY 21, 2019

One of my first projects of the New Year is to host a crochet along! This is my first crochet along and I'm very excited to share this crochet project with you. I have decided to design a toddler/child size Alphabet afghan. The blanket will be made up of crochet squares that are worked corner to corner. Each letter will be its own square which will be sewn together once all of the letters have been completed.

Click the letter below to visit that Pattern:

A and B

C and D

E and F

G and H

I and J

K and L

M and N

O and P

Q and R

S and T

U and V

W and X

Y and Z

Heart and Star

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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**

My completed square measures 9" by 9".

The finished blanket will be 4 squares by 7 squares. It will measure approximately 36 inches wide and 63 inches long (plus the exterior border).

Crochet hook: 7/4.5mm

Yarn: worsted weight in white & yellow

CLICK HERE to download the Letter E Graph

Here is a picture of the "wrong side".

If you want your blanket to be reversible, you can carry the colors along with you as you're crocheting. I show you how to do this in a video tutorial:

*Starting from left to right.*

Crochet the pixel graph using the corner-to-corner (c2c) technique. Use the traditional method of making three double crochets for each square. I chained 5 to start each new row (instead of 6) and I chained 2 at the beginning of each square (instead of 3).

WS= wrong side

RS= right side

**→ Row 1 (WS):** Y

**← Row 2 (RS):** Y2

**→ Row 3 (WS):** Y3

**← Row 4 (RS):** Y4

**→ Row 5 (WS):** Y5

**← Row 6 (RS):** Y6

**→ Row 7 (WS):** Y7

**← Row 8 (RS):** Y5, W, Y2

**→ Row 9 (WS):** Y2, W2, Y5

**← Row 10 (RS):** Y6, W2, Y2

**→ Row 11 (WS):** Y2, W2, Y7

**← Row 12 (RS):** Y8, W2, Y2

**→ Row 13 (WS):** Y2, W2, Y9

**← Row 14 (RS):** Y10, W2, Y2

**→ Row 15 (WS):** Y2, W2, Y4, W, Y6

**← Row 16 (RS):** Y6, W2, Y3, W2, Y3

**→ Row 17 (WS):** Y4, W2, Y2, W2, Y7

**← Row 18 (RS):** Y8, W2, Y, W2, Y5

Corner

**→ Row 19 (WS):** Y5, W4, Y8

**← Row 20 (RS):** Y3, W, Y4, W3, Y5

**→ Row 21 (WS):** Y5, W2, Y4, W2, Y2

**← Row 22 (RS):** Y2, W2, Y3, W2, Y5

**→ Row 23 (WS):** Y5, W2, Y2, W2, Y2

**← Row 24 (RS):** Y2, W2, Y, W2, Y5

**→ Row 25 (WS):** Y5, W4, Y2

**← Row 26 (RS):** Y2, W3, Y5

**→ Row 27 (WS):** Y5, W2, Y2

**← Row 28 (RS):** Y2, W, Y5

**→ Row 29 (WS):** Y7

**← Row 30 (RS):** Y6

**→ Row 31 (WS):** Y5

**← Row 32 (RS):** Y4

**→ Row 33 (WS):** Y3

**← Row 34 (RS):** Y2

**→ Row 35 (WS):** Y

*Starting from right to left.*

Crochet the pixel graph using the corner-to-corner (c2c) technique. Use the traditional method of making three double crochets for each square. I chained 5 to start each new row (instead of 6) and I chained 2 at the beginning of each square (instead of 3).

WS= wrong side

RS= right side

**← Row 1 (RS):** Y

**→ Row 2 (WS):** Y2

**← Row 3 (RS):** Y3

**→ Row 4 (WS):** Y4

**← Row 5 (RS):** Y5

**→ Row 6 (WS):** Y6

**← Row 7 (RS):** Y7

**→ Row 8 (WS):** Y2, W, Y5

**← Row 9 (RS):** Y5, W2, Y2

**→ Row 10 (WS):** Y2, W2, Y6

**← Row 11 (RS):** Y7, W2, Y2

**→ Row 12 (WS):** Y2, W2, Y8

**← Row 13 (RS):** Y9, W2, Y2

**→ Row 14 (WS):** Y2, W2, Y10

**← Row 15 (RS):** Y6, W, Y4, W2, Y2

**→ Row 16 (WS):** Y3, W2, Y3, W2, Y6

**← Row 17 (RS):** Y7, W2, Y2, W2, Y4

**→ Row 18 (WS):** Y5, W2, Y, W2, Y8

Corner

**← Row 19 (RS):** Y8, W4, Y5

**→ Row 20 (WS):** Y5, W3, Y4, W, Y3

**← Row 21 (RS):** Y2, W2, Y4, W2, Y5

**→ Row 22 (WS):** Y5, W2, Y3, W2, Y2

**← Row 23 (RS):** Y2, W2, Y2, W2, Y5

**→ Row 24 (WS):** Y5, W2, Y, W2, Y2

**← Row 25 (RS):** Y2, W4, Y5

**→ Row 26 (WS):** Y5, W3, Y2

**← Row 27 (RS):** Y2, W2, Y5

**→ Row 28 (WS):** Y5, W, Y2

**← Row 29 (RS):** Y7

**→ Row 30 (WS):** Y6

**← Row 31 (RS):** Y5

**→ Row 32 (WS):** Y4

**← Row 33 (RS):** Y3

**→ Row 34 (WS):** Y2

**← Row 35 (RS):** Y

I decided that I wanted to have a thin border around each square. Not only do I think each square would look nicer, it will also make it easier to sew the squares together (you'll just match up the stitches!).

Attach your white 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).

Once you have completed your letter E graph, it's time to begin letter F!

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