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Power Rangers C2C Crochet Graphgan Pattern – Block by Block (Black)

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Which Power Ranger is your favorite? The Black block of our crochet blanket is ready for your hook!

Power Rangers C2C Crochet Graphgan Pattern – Block by Block (Black)

Power Rangers C2C Crochet Graphgan Pattern – Block by Block (Black)

This is the sixth and last of the blocks of my Power Rangers inspired blanket. To see the first {RED} block head over here and to see the {GREEN} block head over here, for the third {PINK} block, head over here and for the fourth {YELLOW} block, head over here, and the fifth {BLUE} block here.

If you have never worked a C2C graphgan before, I invite you to watch this beginner’s Corner to Corner tutorial.

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I personally like to use the written pattern and cross them off as I go, but I am including a graph pattern as well.

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Start with Row 1 and complete on row 60 for each of the blocks of this blanket – there
are 6.

If you start at the bottom right, all of the odd numbers will always be worked from top right to bottom left, and the even numbered rows will always be worked from bottom left to top right.

Yarn Color Key:

W = White
B = Black
G = Grey

Black Power Ranger Pattern

Row 1: 1W
Row 2: 2W
Row 3: 3W
Row 4: 4 W
Row 5: 5W
Row 6: 6W
Row 7: 7W
Row 8: 8W
Row 9: 9W
Row 10: 3W, 1B, 6W
Row 11: 5W, 3B, 3W
Row 12: 2W, 6B, 4W
Row 13: 3W, 8B, 2W
Row 14: 2W, 10B, 2W
Row 15: 2W, 11B, 2W
Row 16: 2W, 12B, 2W
Row 17: 2W, 4B, 1G, 8B, 2W
Row 18: 2W, 8B, 1G, 5B, 2W
Row 19: 2W, 5B, 5G, 5B, 2W
Row 20: 2W, 5B, 6G, 4B, 3W
Row 21: 2W, 1B, 1W, 4B, 6G, 4B, 3W
Row 22: 3W, 4B, 6G, 4B, 1W, 2B, 2W
Row 23: 2W, 2B, 2G, 4B, 6G, 4B, 3W
Row 24: 3W, 5B, 5G, 4B, 1G, 1W, 1G, 2B, 2W
Row 25: 2W, 2B, 1G, 2B, 1G, 4B, 5G, 4B, 4W
Row 26: 5W, 4B, 4G, 4B, 1G, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1G, 2B, 2W
Row 27: 2W, 2B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 4B, 4G, 4B, 5W
START DECREASE (BOTTOM LEFT decreases before top right does, it is not perfectly square)
Row 28: 5W, 4B, 3G, 4B, 1G, 2B, 1W, 1B, 1G, 3B, 2W
Row 29: 2W, 4B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 4B, 3G, 3B, 5W
Row 30: 4W, 3B, 3G, 4B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 4B, 3W
Row 31: 3W, 5B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 4B, 3G, 2B, 4W
Row 32: 4W, 3B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 6B, 3W
Row 33: 4W, 6B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 8B, 3W
Row 34: 3W, 7B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 7B, 4W
START DECREASE (TOP RIGHT)
Row 35: 4W, 7B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 6B, 3W
Row 36: 2W, 6B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 8B, 3W
Row 37: 3W, 6B, 3G, 4B, 1G, 5B, 2W
Row 38: 2W, 4B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 1B, 4G, 4B, 2W
Row 39: 2W, 2B, 6G, 1B, 1G, 4B, 1G, 3B, 2W
Row 40: 2W, 2B, 4W, 1B, 1G, 2B, 5G, 2B, 2W
Row 41: 2W, 2B, 4G, 3B, 1G, 3B, 1G, 1W, 1B, 2W
Row 42: 3W, 1B, 1G, 2B, 1G, 3B, 4G, 2B, 2W
Row 43: 2W, 2B, 3G, 4B, 1G, 1B, 1G, 2B, 2W
Row 44: 2W, 2B, 2G, 4B, 3G, 2B, 2W
Row 45: 2W, 2B, 2G, 5B, 1G, 2B, 2W
Row 46: 2W, 8B, 1G, 2B, 2W
Row 47: 2W, 2B, 1G, 7B, 2W
Row 48: 2W, 9B, 2W
Row 49: 2W, 8B, 2W
Row 50: 2W, 7B, 2W
Row 51: 2W, 6B, 2W
Row 52: 3W, 4B, 2W
Row 53: 8W
Row 54: 7W
Row 55: 6W
Row 56: 5W
Row 57: 4W
Row 58: 3W
Row 59: 2W
Row 60: 1W

DONE! Finish off and weave in your ends.

Now that we have all SIX blocks finished, we’ll sew them together and start on the top and bottom. Find the other block patterns linked below and find the graph for the top part of the blanket here.

See more Power Rangers Block Patterns:

Power Rangers C2C Crochet Graphgan Pattern – Block by Block (Black)
Power Rangers C2C Crochet Graphgan Pattern – Block by Block (Green)
Power Rangers C2C Crochet Graphgan Pattern – Block by Block (Pink)
Power Rangers C2C Crochet Graphgan Pattern – Block by Block (Red)
Power Rangers C2C Crochet Graphgan Pattern – Block by Block (Yellow)
Power Rangers C2C Crochet Graphgan Pattern – Block by Block (Blue)

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13 Comments

  1. Hello, I was wondering how much yarn you used for each helmet? I want to make sure I get enough of each color. Thank you so much! This is an amazing project!
  2. Love this blanket my grandson would love it thanks for sharing with e regime very nice! Can you use this without doing a co and follow the chart and just do a regular blanket from chart ornot? I'm left handed so don't or not sure how to read it as think you go opposite from now you read in order for pattern to turn out I love thid
  3. My goodness. How do you actually get the pattern? I’ve been going around in circles for an hour? So frustrating!!!!!! My grandson will be grown before I find it!
  4. Hi! Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. I was wondering how much yarn total did you use, in total, and is it warm? I haven't made anything this size before and I work with simply soft all the time so I'm worried about doing a single strand as it is thin.
  5. Did you do mini c2c ? Mone came out hugeeee lol my son loved it but I just want to know if I messed up.
    1. No, I did full. Each block is big! The finished size of the blanket is about full size, I'd guess. You could do hdc though if you want!
    1. Hello! Do you mean for the "Power Rangers" top portion? I used about a skein of the Caron Simply Soft white and half of the other color. I used an H for this blanket. Thanks for stopping by, and if you need more help be sure to get back in touch! :)
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