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I just love crochet hexagons. My very first pattern here on Jessie At Home was a crochet hexagon pattern. There’s just something about them that appeals to me, so I’ve collected some of my favorites to share with you!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Hexagon Honeycomb Stroller Blanket by Underground Crafter
“This blanket is made up of 46 hexagons and it keeps the honeycomb shape for visual appeal”
2) Wedgy-Edgy Dishcloth by Kathy North
This simple hexagon pattern with a pretty trim makes a great dishcloth.
3) Spring Garden Hexie Blanket by In The Yarn Garden
“Finally I have finished my hexagon blanket pattern the “Spring Garden Hexie” blanket. I aimed for making a pattern which would result in a colorful blanket without too many ends to weave in.”
4) African Flower Scrap Scarf by Posh Pooch Designs
This fun African Flower Hexagon pattern includes a video to help you along!
5) AFRICAN FLOWER CROCHET STOCKING by Persia Lou
“I have wanted to make a project using African Flower hexagons for a while, and I finally got to it with this stocking. I am really happy with the way it turned out. Hope you like it too!”
6) Flower Hexagon Granny by Jessie At Home
“In my search for a Granny Hexagon to make blankets for my girls, I just couldn’t find one that I really LOVED. Then I realized that there were some gorgeous crocheted flowers with six sides, and I could make a hex from one of those. So this pattern was born.”
7) Bee’s Knees Crochet Rug by Moogly
“This free crochet area rug pattern is the bee’s knees! The Bee’s Knees Crochet Rug features granny hexagons all put together with a pretty edging, in super cushy yarn for that bold, boho chic look that’s always hot!”
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