Beautiful Flower Hexagons – Free Crochet Patterns

Free crochet patterns for flower hexagons are here, ready for you to blossom! Most people start crocheting with squares as they are simple, straightforward and easy. But hexagons are all those things too. Let summer be the inspiration for you in creating Beautiful Flower Hexagons for your next project. The vibrant colors are what catches your attention and the almost kaleidoscopic pattern is mesmerizing. These floral motifs make excellent placemats or coasters for your next garden party. Moreover you can create an amazing afghans too. Solid and flowery hexagons will look modern and stylish. So break out of the box and mix up your motifs. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Floral Spring Coasters and Beautiful 12″ Squares.

Mary’s Memory Free Crochet Pattern

A wonder by Dedri Uys! You can use this stunning design as a big stand-alone hexagon and also as a small block with a flower center. It will look fresh and stylish in a blanket with a combination of plain and colorful blocks.

Level: intermediate  Author: Dedri Uys

The original pattern and the photos are on Look at What I Made. More info on Ravelry

Summer Inspiration – Motif Free Crochet Pattern

Colorful and vibrating with fresh charm! These cute floral hexagons are certainly a lovely source of inspiration for your projects, no matter the season. You can use them for various projects – such as bags and blankets. Thank you, Betina Juchem Clemens!

Level: beginner Author: Betina Juchem Clemens

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry

Daisy Puff Hexagon Free Crochet Pattern

Daisies, puff stitches and hexagons? Yes, yes, yes! If you need an idea for your new crochet blanket, just take a look at this beautiful design by the awesome author behind Cherry Heart. Isn’t it absolutely adorable? Check out more from this designer ASAP!

Level: intermediate  Author: Cherry Heart

The original pattern is on Cherry Heart. The photos are on Instagram: top and bottom

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