Granny square hexagon

Explore creative ways to incorporate granny square hexagons into your crochet projects. Get inspired by top ideas and start crafting beautiful and unique hexagon designs today.
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Learn how to crochet a completely solid granny hexagon without any gaps, not even at the corners! If you're looking for a solid hexagon pattern that does not have any holes, this the right pattern for you. Easy to make, you can customize its size and you can crochet it with any yarn. Perfect for honeycomb blankets, rugs, etc. Tap on the pin for the free pattern!

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Stevenson's Treasure Island Crochet Blanket | Crochet Squares, Amigurumi Patterns, Crochet, Crochet Hexagon, Crochet Carpet, Crochet Rug, Crochet Chart, Blanket Pattern, Crochet Square Patterns

Join Jim Hawkins on an adventure of a lifetime with Stevenson's Treasure Island Crochet Blanket. We love the look of this blanket that reminds us of the ocean lapping at the shoreline and even looks a little like an unburied treasure chest filled with gold. This pattern includes a picture tutorial of how to crochet hexagons, if you need to learn or need a refresher. You'll love the contrast between colors and how well they seem to fit together. Be ready for some great compliments on this…

Jean Wells
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ABBREVIATIONSCH= ChainDC= Double CrochetSK= SkipSL ST= Slip StichYO= Yarn Over HEXAGON SHAPEBegin with Magic Circle.RND1: CH 3 (counts as first DC). In center of circle, DC, CH 1. [DC 2, CH-1] five times. Join in 3rd stitch of beginning CH-3.RND2: SL ST 2 (to get to CH-1 space). CH 3 (counts as first DC). In CH-1 space: DC, CH 1, DC 2. [In next CH-1 space, DC 2, CH-1, DC 2] five times. Join in 3rd stitch of beginning CH-3.RND3: SL ST 2 (to get to CH-1 space). CH 3 (counts as first DC). In…

Lorraine Fitzgerald