Crochet Flower Hexagons

Crochet Flower Hexagons Free Patterns

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In the crochet world, flowers and hexagons walk hand in hand. It’s such a great combination that every experienced crocheter knows very well! Crochet Flower Hexagons is a small collection of amazing patterns that you can use in many many ways. Why don’t you make a blanket, a set of coasters, or a market bag? You can experiment not only with the way of using these hexagons but also with the color combinations. You can surely start by using up your leftover yarn. That will definitely let you play with many colors and the end result will astound you. You will certainly learn that the hexagons are as fascinating and easy as squares. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Colorful Circles and Amazing Crochet Bedspreads.

Bobble Drops Flower Hexagon Free Crochet Pattern

Today we are thinking pink! Isn’t this little hexagon in the sweetest of colors so charming? We bet you will find plenty of ways to use it in your crochet projects. A set of blooming coasters would be a great idea, right? So right!

Level: upper beginner Author: Erangi Udeshika

Bobble Drops Flower Crochet Hexagon

The full article about the pattern and the photos are here. More info here.

Wind Flower Hexagon Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet windflowers look best when mixed and matched in many different color combinations, evidently. Can you imagine a flowery bedspread or a cheerful lapghan based on this outstanding pattern? Get ready for the flower power!

Level: upper beginner Author: Johanna Lindahl

Wind Flower Crochet Hexagon

The full article about the pattern and the photos are here. More info here.

Diego’s Flowers Hexagon Motif Free Crochet Pattern

If you need a full bloom effect, go for this amazing hexagon pattern! Beautiful structure shines bright in the colors of the rainbow, but you can go for neutral shades instead if you want to keep things simple. The final effect will be so pretty anyway!

Level: upper beginner Author: Jane Crowfoot

Diego's Flowers Crochet Hexagon Motif

The full article about the pattern is here. More info here. Info about this version and the photos here.

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