Wow, we really can’t take our eyes of these crochet patterns for Hypnotizing Hexagons! Will they make your head spin as well? We are all used to afghan squares and we always appreciate their immense potential, but today we want to focus on something a bit different. These exemplary patterns for crochet hexagons will show you that the effects we can achieve with this simple shape can be so spectacular.
If you want to start playing with hexagons, you have certainly landed in the right corner of our website today. Now it is time to explore the examples! Will you choose basic stitches or go texture-crazy? As always, there will be plenty of room for creative color play. The authors we are featuring today are all famous for their fabulous taste! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Honeybee Hexagons Free Crochet Pattern
Hello there, crocheting newbies! Are you in the hexagon mood today? Obviously! If you are looking for your first pattern of the kind, Sanda Paul has got you covered. This brilliant designer has written a foolproof pattern and prepared some charts for us. Go to her website right now! What color will your first hexagon be?
Level: beginner Author: Sandra Paul
Xavier Free Crochet Pattern
Oh, we feel like we are drowning in beauty right now! This ocean-blue crochet wonder designed by Eva Numan certainly can’t go unnoticed, right? These textured hexagons will surely be awesome for afghans, throws, even rugs! So convenient, right? It is an example of awesome functionality.
Level: upper beginner Author: Eva Numan
The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here.
Cahlista Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Do you need one more example of hexagons’ functionality? Well then, listen carefully, because we have found a project that will let you use up all the leftover yarn you have been hoarding for ages! This blanket is made with colorful, beautiful, structural crochet hexagons with star-like centers and white joining. Isn’t it so pretty?
Level: upper beginner Author: Anna Nilsson