Diagonal crochet patterns provide some variety to your yarn-time. Worked at an angle, they have a different look and also give more shape options. The C2C box stitch is currently the most popular diagonal crochet method, but it is not alone. Here are some free patterns that use several different techniques in order to make diagonal crochet.
Here are the names and links to seven free diagonal crochet patterns.
1) Slip Slope Scarf by Designing Vashti
“This warm crochet scarf features short rowing with my all-time favorite type of ribbing: slip stitches worked into the back loop.”
2) Spun Sugar Blanket by Kim Guzman
“Take advantage of the trendy diagonal look but use fantastic join-as-you-go squares instead of the typical look.”
3) C2C Poncho by Eye Love Knots
“I left my sides open, but you can add buttons along the inside sides, and use the space in between the boxes as button holes, or you can leave armholes, and stitch the rest closed for an oversized top.”
4) Diagonal Swirl Cowl by Underground Crafter
“The Diagonal Swirl Cowl pairs a textured, traveling crochet stitch pattern with a unique, hand dyed yarn to create a beautiful neckwarmer.”
5) Spring into Summer Blanket by Felted Button
“I worked up this awesome lightweight blanket with a nifty corner-to-corner stitch (sometimes called Crazy Stitch) and I thought it would be nice to share it for FREE with you!!”
6) Quicksilver Shawlette by Moogly
“You know when you’ve made something you just love, can’t stop touching, and can’t wait to wear? For me, that’s the Quicksilver Shawlette!”
7) Skylark Scarf by Jessie At Home
“Skylark is made at an angle, a little off kilter, and a little wider than most scarves, making it a cross between a scarf and a wrap.”
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently so you can find more patterns in your style!
To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.
Did you enjoy what you found here at Jessie At Home? Then sign up for my newsletter and like my Facebook page, so you’ll get all the updates on new tutorials, other posts, sales, and coming events.
If you have any questions, want to share pictures of your work, or just want to chat with Jessie and other crafty individuals, than join my Facebook group.
©Copyright 2019 Jessie Rayot / Jessie At Home All my videos, patterns, charts, photos and posts are my own work, so you may not copy them in any way. If you want to share this information with someone, then share the link to this post. If you want to share on your own blog / website, then you may use the first photo in this post and link back to this post. You may not give away printed copies of this post. Thank you.