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:: Hello Hexagon! How to Crochet A Hexagon…

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Crocheted Hexagon
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crocheted hexagon
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crocheted hexagon
crocheted hexagon
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Notes ::
I have used AU/UK terminology : to convert to US go here
If you are not sure how to form a ring from your chain stitches to start off : look at my video here
I join these together using double crochet : just in the back loops because I like the way that looks!
I used a 5mm hook and 8 ply yarn.
Click the images to see them larger on Flickr.
Sorry they are a wee bit blurry : I took the photos on my phone!
xx Pip

7 Comments

  • Reply
    Ann Halcomb
    May 6, 2016 at 12:50 AM

    Do you have written pattern for the hexagon? Don’t need the pictures. Can’t print it off.

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    Roberta
    February 7, 2016 at 4:17 AM

    I had to just make a comment. I’ve been crocheting over 50 years, and I have never seen a pattern where you just “tie on a new color” in a chain space or wherever. I’ve always seen and used the “join with slip stitch” thing or finished a double in the new color. I thought one main thought in crocheting was to not have knots in the work. I might have to try this when I do something trivial like a dishcloth, just to see how it works. I’m wondering where you get the “loop” you need from having a knot.

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      Meet Me At Mikes
      February 9, 2016 at 2:15 PM

      I used to use those methods, but now I find simply tying things on keeps things more secure (and prevents colours mixing together and also unraveling in the long term) and you crochet over the knot which conceals it. You tie your colour on and then put your hook through your work, catching the new yarn at the back and pulling it though to create a loop. Thanks for reading.

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    Ruth binder
    April 9, 2015 at 3:23 AM

    I like your hexagon pattern very much thank you.

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