Quick & Easy Jack o Lantern Pixel Square Corner To Corner Crochet
Today I have a free c2c crochet square to share with you: Halloween Jack o Lantern Pixel Square
Use it as a potholder or make more of them and sew them into a c2c crochet blanket or simply as a Halloween decoration for your home in a form of a cushion cover, seat cover or wall hanging.
There are so many ways you can use this crochet pixel square!
I used the corner to corner technique to create the pumpkin square, it’s an easy and quick method of crocheting pixelated images, basically, it’s like painting by numbers, but with yarn!
Below you will find
- more info about this free pattern
- video resources to help you with this pattern
- the jack o lantern pixel graph
- the written pattern row by row with color changes
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About the Jack o Lantern Pixel Square Free Crochet Pattern
Where to use this square
- baby blankets and afghans
- wall hanging
- seat covers
SIZE AND GAUGE
Using the hook and yarn weight recommended, will create a corner to corner square 40cm by 40cm,
Gauge is not very important in this pattern. For your reference, a 10cm by 10cm area has 6 c2c squares by 6 c2c squares.
SUPPLIES YOU NEED
Each ball of yarn is 250m long.
- Deramores Studio DK in oatmeal, burnt orange, ebony and peridot
- crochet hook size 4mm
- blunt sewing needle to weave in ends
- clothespins (optional) to keep your yarn organized when crocheting c2c
- scissors and stitch markers.
Pattern written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
Most basic stitches below have a video that show you how to crochet them. Follow the blue link next to them for each individual video.
Video Resources For Crochet Jack o Lantern Pattern
Find the tutorials on how to corner to corner crochet plus lots of tips on how to organize your yarn and minimize ends on Crafting Happiness YouTube Channel.
The videos cover the basics of corner to corner (C2C) crochet for beginners and will show you step by step:
- how to start a c2c pattern
- how to increase in c2c crochet
- how to decrease in corner to corner crochet.
- how to use and read a c2c graph
- how to keep your yarn organized with clothespins
- how to make sure you are working on the right side
- how to change colors
- how to minimize ends
- how to weave in the ends
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Jack O Lantern Pixel Graph
You can make your own c2c graph using stitchfiddle.com, I drew mine and it measures 25 by 25 pixels squares.
Jack o Lantern Pixel Square Written Pattern
The pattern is written from the bottom left corner going upwards to the top right corner.
O – oatmeal
B – burnt orange
E – ebony
P – Peridot
Row By Row Pattern
Row 1: 1O
Row 2: 2O
Row 3: 3O
Row 4: 4O
Row 5: 5O
Row 6: 6O
Row 7: 7O
Row 8: 8 O
Row 9: 9O
Row 10: 10O
Row 11: 3O, 4B, 4O
Row 12: 4O, 5B, 3O
Row 13: 3O, 6B, 4O
Row 14: 4O, 7B, 3O
Row 15: 3O, 8B, 4O
Row 16: 4O, 9B, 3O
Row 17: 3O, 3B, 3E, 4B, 4O
Row 18: 4O, 4B, 4E, 4B, 3O
Row 19: 3O, 3B, 2E, 6B, 5O
Row 20: 5O, 8B, 2E, 3B, 3O
Row 21: 3O, 3B, 2E, 4B, 1E, 2B, 6O
Row 22: 6O, 2B, 2E, 4B, 1E, 3B, 4O
Row 23: 4O, 3B, 1E, 5B, 1E, 2B, 7O
Row 24: 8O, 7B, 1E, 3B, 5O
Row 25: 5O, 3B, 1E, 8B, 8 O
Start the decrease rows
Row 26: 8O, 7B, 1E, 3B, 5O
Row 27: 4O, 11B, 8 O
Row 28: 8O, 1P, 3B, 1E, 5B, 4O
Row 29: 4O, 4B, 2E, 2B, 2P, 7O
Row 30: 7O, 2P, 2B, 1E, 4B, 4O
Row 31: 4O, 7B, 2P, 6O
Row 32: 5O, 2P, 1O, 6B, 4O
Row 33: 4O, 5B, 2O, 1P, 5O
Row 34: 4O, 2P, 3O, 3B, 4O
Row 35: 10O, 1P, 4O
Row 36: 4O, 1P, 9O
Row 37: 13O
Row 38: 12O
Row 39: 11O
Row 40: 10O
Row 41: 9O
Row 42: 8 O
Row 43: 7O
Row 44: 6O
Row 45: 5O
Row 46: 4O
Row 47: 3O
Row 48: 2O
Row 49: 1O
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