Pear Corner to Corner Square for Blankets

There is something so precious about fruits when crocheted, especially using the C2C technique. This Pear Corner to Corner Square for blankets is no exception. Isn’t it adorable? I love how this square reminds me of the vibrant scent of pears and the lovely days of summer turning into fall.

This image shows pear the corner to corner square laid flat on a white background. The pear is crocheted in yellows with a green stem. A little bit of a spider plant peaks in on the top right corner.

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Inspiration and Design for this Pear C2C Square

I absolutely love the scent of pears and I love a good cider with pear in it. It’s so crisp and refreshing! Plus I think the shape of them is so interesting. What’s not to like?

When Helen of Sunflower Cottage Crochet invited us to design squares for her Community Garden C2C Blanket CAL, I thought of a ton of different ideas. I played around with a few of the ideas and made different graphs, but I absolutely fell in love with how simple, crisp and cute this pear is. Just like a real pear!

Most of us know pears as a light green color but I absolutely loved these golden colors for a golden or yellow pear. I thought they stood out so much and looked more like a pear than a green apple, so I went for it! Of course, if you decide you’d rather have a green (or purple or pink or blue!) pear, that’s totally fine!

Community Garden C2C Blanket CAL

The absolutely lovely Helen of Sunflower Cottage Crochet is hosting this amazing blanket CAL that runs from September 2, 2022 to October 21, 2022. 20 designers, including Helen, teamed up to design one 25 x 25 corner to corner square each to create a garden themed afghan. There are 20 total squares that, when seamed together, create a beautiful blanket with a gardening theme.

Together, we have created a Community Garden. Cute, right?

The best part is you can join the CAL at any time so if you’re just learning about it through my square, you can still join!

You can find all the details or where the CAL is taking place, including all of the square patterns (if they’ve been released so far) on the main CAL blog post. You can use the free square graphs the designers have posted on their blogs or you can purchase the incredible eBook which has all 20 squares (plus 4 bonus squares!) in one place and helps support the designers who help make events like this one for crocheters like you possible.

Use the “Go to the Round-Up Post” button below to head to the main page and find all the details!

This image shows the pear corner to corner square as crocheted by Helen of Sunflower Cottage Crochet. The square is laid flat on a wooden desk and the picture is taken at a diagonal. The pear is crocheted in green and tan.
This is Helen’s pear square! She used green and tan instead of yellow and gold and I think it turned out fantastic!

Tools and Notions

To crochet this corner to corner square, you’ll of course need a crochet hook! I used my favorite 5mm Furls Crochet Hook.

Throughout the CAL you may see different designers using different hooks for their squares. Each designer chose a hook that felt best to them. You will want to choose one hook and stick with that size throughout all of the squares.

Each designers specific tension and hook choice will not matter in terms of gauge, as they are all created using the same method and number of blocks. This means YOUR chosen hook size and tension will be perfect for all the squares.

You will also want to have some yarn bobbins. I use these bobbins from We Crochet. They’re super sturdy and make working with several colors so much easier!

You will also need a tapestry needle to weave in your ends and some stitch markers, just in case!

What about Gauge?

Guess what? For this corner to corner square, YOUR gauge is what matters. Yep, I said it!

I would recommend testing out your yarn with a couple different hook sizes to see which creates the C2C stitch work the way that you feel looks best. Then, once you’ve done so, go ahead with that hook for all of your squares!

For reference, with my tension, a 5mm hook and using Peaches and Creme cotton yarn, my square ended up being approximately 15 inches x 15 inches unblocked and without a border.

Wondering what gauge is and why tension matters? Learn all about it in my Gauge Master Post.

Pattern Notes

  • This pattern is a C2C (corner to corner) graph. This is a stitch/construction technique that builds a square or rectangle starting from the corner, and builds off of itself in blocks.
  • If you’re brand new to C2C, I highly recommend checking out this beginners tutorial by Marly Bird on Youtube.
    • In this tutorial, she shows you how to C2C using half double crochets, which is what we’ve used in our blocks. She does use a chain 3 to begin each square. We used a chain 2.
  • This pattern assumes you know how to work this technique as well as how to read a graph. There are no written instructions on this free pattern. If you’d like a version of the pattern that has written instructions as well as tutorials , I recommend grabbing the eBook which has this design and 19 other crochet square designs.
  • To increase, chain 5. Work 1 half double crochet in the 3rd chain from the hook and 1 half double crochet in the remaining 2 chains.
  • To begin a new square in the row, chain 2 then work 3 half double crochets in the chain 2 from the block below.

Materials & Tools for this specific Corner to Corner Square

Yarn Usage

  • Use any medium (4) worsted weight yarn you prefer. Helen, the host of this CAL, used Paintbox Simply Aran.
  • You will need 4 colors.
  • I used Peaches and Creme cotton yarn because I loved the colors, but you will likely want to follow Helen’s recommendation of yarn or choose your own yarn.
  • You will need approximately:
    • White – 62 grams / 124 yards
    • Dark Yellow (or green) – 17 grams / 34 yards
    • Light Yellow (or light green/tan) – 19 gram s/ 38 yards
    • Green (or darker green, for stem) – 5 grams / 11 yards
  • You can probably even use scrap yarn or yarn that you have left over from the other CAL squares!

Your yarn usage may be different depending on your tension, whether or not you carry yarn and for how long, how long your ends are when you trim your yarn, etc. Please be aware that this yarn usage requirement is approximate and there are many variables that can have you using more or less yarn.


Pear Corner to Corner Square Graph

This image is the graph for the pear corner to corner square.

Want to download this graph for easy crocheting? Click the button below. This opens up a new page in your browser. All you have to do is download it to your device. Easy!

Get the PDF download of the graph by clicking the button below!

This image is a Pinterest pin for this corner to corner square graph pattern.

That’s it! I hope you love your Pear Corner to Corner Square and I hope you love participating in the Community Garden C2C Blanket CAL by Sunflower Cottage Crochet. Enjoy!

Shannon | Designer & Editor

Shannon helps crocheters find their next project and build their skills with in depth tutorials and crochet patterns on her blog,

With more than a decade of crochet experience, Shannon knows that understanding why we do something matters just as much as how we do it. She teaches new techniques and crochet stitches in depth so you can crochet with confidence.

Looking for more crochet blanket squares?

You can check out the Friendship Blanket CAL. While the crochet a long is over, the blanket squares are still available and they’re gorgeous!

You can also check out my Marguerite Square, which was an included square in the Charity Cozy Fall Blanket CAL.

If you’d like another flower square that isn’t C2C, you’ll love my Anthea Square that uses the same colors as this square!

Loving flower squares for blankets? Check out the Bouquet of Flowers Afghan!

And, specifically, you’ll love this C2C Lavender Square!


  1. Every other designer either provides a code or offers the pdf free during the CAL. I don’t like the idea of printing unnecessary pages with ads to obtain a pattern, especially since I am new to c2c and it may be months before starting this square. If I would have wanted the ebook I would have already purchased it. I am also quite disappointed the graph is so small 😕

    1. Hi there,

      Under the graph, there is a heading that reads “Get the PDF download of the graph by clicking the button below” and then there is a button just below the heading that reads “Download the Graph!”. This will open the PDF of the graph in a new page for you to download, there is no code needed and it won’t download or print the entire blog post. Just the graph. 🙂 I apologize for the confusion in finding the downloadable graph, I can understand how that was frustrating.

    1. Hi there,

      Thanks so much for asking. For the free PDF graph that you can download as a part of the CAL, it is graph only. I have not created a PDF with the written instructions myself and have chosen not to sell this graph pattern – only offer it for free via a download here on my blog. The CAL host, Helen of Sunflower Cottage Crochet, has put together an eBook that has all of the charts for the CAL as well as the written instructions for each square. 🙂

  2. On the CAL round up page it states to “Please note you will need to scroll to the bottom of the post and click the brown button for the download.” I didn’t see a brown button for the PDF file. Is it missing from this page or did I just miss it??? Thanks for sharing, this is a really cute square.

    1. Hi there! Just below the image of the graph, there’s large text that reads “Get the PDF download of the graph by clicking the button below!” and just below it is the button that reads “Download the PDF Here”. The PDF is still available so you can certainly still use the button and get the PDF. 🙂

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