Gingerbread Man Pixel Square


Gingerbread Man Pixel Square

Use corner to corner crochet to create this festive pixel granny square pattern perfect for the most wonderful time of the year.

Gingerbread Man Pixel Square
Gingerbread Man Pixel Square

This Gingerbread Man Pixel Square is so full of Christmas spirit, the granny square pattern can hardly contain him. With a wide icing grin and yummy buttons, this little guy is a total delight. Using the technique of corner to corner crochet with a slight modification for size, this free pattern is the start to an amazing crochet blanket pattern, decked out with your favorite Christmas characters.

The pixel design is a unique approach that helps capture the story of your design, and you won't be able to resist smiling as you work up this crochet granny square.

Don't miss the completion of the series and a list of all the other Christmas pixel crochet squares in Have a Pixel Christmas: Crochet Blanket Pattern


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Sizeapproximately 15 × 15 inches

Materials List

  • Size F (3.75 mm) hook
  • Worsted weight yarn (used here: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Scarlett Red for the background, Honey for the main body, Chocolate for the cookie border, Black for the eyes, Pink for the cheeks, Fern Green and Scarlett for the buttons, and white for the smile and stripes)

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Would love this pattern, however cannot find it anywhere. I am finding the site a little hard to navigate I found the mats and dimensions required but nothing else?

This is such a cute pattern! It is a great item to make for anyone who loves Christmas time! I could make this for any of the people in my life, as we all love Christmas. I would change the background color on some, so they are not all identical. Green would be a pretty background for this super cute gingerbread man!

Super cute! I can't wait to try this for the holidays ahead.

This is one of the cutest squares I have seen in a long time. It would be great in an afghan, as a pillow panel, on its own as a hot pad, or even added to an article of clothing or a bag. There are several different squares to make up a really cute Christmas quilt. Sarah over at Repeat Crafter Me always has such great designs. I am definitely a fan!


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