Crochet Hexagon Series
Do you ever find yourself loving certain shapes and wanting to make everything you can from them? I do all the time. I often think of shapes when designing patterns. My problem is, once I find a shape I love, then pretty soon I want to make this with that shape, or that, or ooooh that over there, . Most of the time I just have to pick one (hopefully the best) to design and move on from there. Well its a new year and a new way for me to think I say. Recently I found myself once again caught up in the hexagon saga – should I make a this or that or oooh how bout that… and it hit me, why not make them all. I thought I would try doing just that.
A Hexagon Series
Welcome to my first series, where I explore a specific crochet topic, this series is on the hexagon. Over the next month or so I will be designing 6 patterns using the amazing crochet hexagon. This series will include a few different ways you can crochet a hexagon, and its counterparts, as well as useful techniques, and of course crochet patterns using the hexagon.
How it works
This blog post will be updated with all the links to my hexagon journey as I go along. Check back here to find my hexagon designs, and everything it took to get me there.
So are you ready for some Hexagon fun? Below are my links to my hexagon journey, don’t forget to check back as more hex happiness is added.
Hexagon Patterns, Tips, and Tutorials, Links:
- First up we have the Granny Hexagon – Because no shape is complete without a granny version. You can check out how to crochet a granny hexagon in any size by clicking here.
- Next up is the Chunky Hexagon Cowl, made with the granny hexagon. This is an easy and quick cowl to make and great for beginners.
Got any hexi loves, share your hexagons, I would love to see more! Don’t forget to follow me, on any of my social media channels to see what hexagon happiness I’m up to.