Crocheted hexagon cardigans hanging on a hanger.

Comfy Crochet Hexagon Cardigan Ideas [Free Crochet Patterns]

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If you’re on the lookout for an easy crochet cardigan pattern, this post is definitely for you! Hexagon cardi patterns will show you how to make a beautiful garment with simple hexagonal shapes. 

You will be amazed at how easy these free crochet patterns are, and how quickly you can make them. While many projects have written patterns, some have accompanying video tutorials, which make the work even easier. 

The examples below mainly use granny stitch, but there are many ways to crochet hexagon cardigans. Use basic stitches, such as double crochet, or go for fancy ones – alpine stitch, bobbles, or stitch combinations. What you will need for sure is a good quality yarn, a crochet hook in the right size, and a tapestry needle for weaving in ends. 



These projects are great for beginners because they easily accommodate larger sizes. It’s you who decide how big your hexagons will be, and it greatly impacts the size of the garment itself. 

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Crochet Hexagon Cardigan Free Pattern Ideas

The Granny Hexagon Cardigan

Scrap yarn project enthusiasts, this is a cardigan for you. Kelly made her crochet hexagon cardigan in many color combinations, but all of them are fun and colorful. As you can see, she continues the rainbow colorway in the sleeves, which she added after she joined the hexagons.

Level: upper beginner Author: Kelly Phelps

Two pictures of crochet hexagon jackets hanging on a hanger.

photo by Kelly Phelps / ravelry.com

Find the tutorial on youtube.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

Horizon Cardigan

Mary’s elegant cardi has everything we can ask for – a beautiful colorway, buttons, and snug cuffs. If you look closely at the photos below, you will notice that both the body and the sleeves are elongated with a few additional rows of granny stitch. This allows the silhouette to be less oversized.

Level: upper beginner Author: Mary Etheridge

Two pictures of a crocheted cardigan jacket hanging on a hanger.

photo by Mary Etheridge / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on hobbii.co.uk, or read more on ravelry.com.

Both Sides Now Hexi Cardi

The unusual construction of hexagonal cardigans gives a lot of room for experiments with colors. Designers from Yarnspirations decided to play with color-blocking and the result is splendid. In the photos, you can see that this kind of cardigan is unisex, especially nowadays, when crochet garments are ubiquitous.

Level: upper beginner Author: Yarnspirations Design Studio

Two pictures of a man wearing a crochet hexagon cardigan.

photo by Yarnspirations Design Studio / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on yarnspirations.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

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