Tropical Toucan Blanket: Free C2C Crochet Blanket Pattern

Tropical Toucan Blanket: Free C2C Crochet Blanket Pattern

Bring a piece of the tropics into your home with the C2C Tropical Toucan Blanket! This C2C crochet graphgan blanket pattern features a beautiful toucan in the midst of the jungle. It’s a cozy, fun, and gorgeous blanket made with C2C crochet. If you or someone you love is a fan of toucans, then this is just the C2C crochet blanket pattern for you need!


When I first designed this blanket, it was to appear in the February Issue of Happily Hooked Magazine. The theme for the month was spring vacation with an emphasis on the tropics. Whenever I think of tropical things, a few of my first thoughts are monstera leaves, hibiscus, and toucans. I don’t know why, but they just scream tropical! As I thought of those, an idea began to bloom in my head of a toucan blanket with the toucan at the center surrounded by jungle foliage. It turned out even better than I could have ever thought!

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This crochet blanket pattern is made using C2C crochet, and involves colors changes. I would rank it as an intermediate C2C crochet pattern just because you do have to change colors rather frequently. The pattern starts out in the bottom right with the jungle foliage, and then works up to the toucan, ending at the top left with foliage again. This pattern will have you becoming a C2C crochet color change pro!

If you’re new to C2C crochet, and still want to make this blanket, check out my Beginner’s Guide to C2C Crochet! In that video and photo tutorial, I share all of my tips, tricks, and everything you need to know to get started with C2C Crochet. You can find that tutorial here on my blog at: The Beginner’s Guide to C2C Crochet.

The Yarn

To make this pattern, you can use any worsted weight yarn. I used Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn, but any worsted weight yarn would work. The fun thing about this pattern is that if you want to use up some yarn from your stash for the flowers, you can use any color you want! You’ll mainly need yarn for the background, and if you have at least one skein of the other colors, you should be fine. Besides Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn, one of my favorite yarns is Lion Brand Basic Stitch. It’s so soft and comes in some amazing colors! Other great affordable yarns for this blanket would be Red Heart Super Saver or Caron Simply Soft.


  • Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn (100% acrylic; 252 yds/170m per 5 oz/100 g skein)
    • Main Color (MC) – 1308 yards
    • Orange (OG) – 61 yards
    • Yellow (Y) – 30 yards
    • White (WH) – 49 yards
    • Brown (BR) – 32 yards
    • Black (B) – 128 yards
    • Dark Green (DG) – 282 yards
    • Silver (SL) – 11 yards
    • Light Green (LG) – 140 yards
    • Red (Rd) – 90 yards
    • Purple (P) – 48 yards
  • Size US 7mm crochet hook
  • Bobbins
  • Scissors

Skill Level



43″ wide x 63″ long


  1. Similar 4 weight yarns may be substituted; please check gauge.
  2. This pattern is worked back and forth in rows. Right side is represented with the abbreviation RS, and the Wrong side is represented with the abbreviation WS.
  3. Arrow at the beginning of round indicates what direction you’ll be working diagonally.
  4. Basic C2C crochet skills are required to make this blanket, as well as familiarity of switching colors in C2C crochet. If you’re new to C2C crochet, check out my tutorial for beginner’s: The Beginner’s Guide to C2C Crochet.

Tropical Toucan Blanket Pattern

Free Graph Pattern:

To make this blanket pattern, use the free graph pattern above starting from the bottom right corner and working up to the top left. If you’d like written line by line instructions instead, you can get the premium pdf pattern in my Etsy and Ravelry stores! The pattern includes the written instructions as well as two different types of graphs.

You can find the pattern on:



I can’t wait to see the beautiful blanket that you make! If you make a Toucan Blanket of your own, be sure to tag me on social media, @eclairemakery or use #eclairemakery, so I can share your project!

Happy stitching,


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