Yes, this is a gorgeous crochet afghan!
If you’re a fan of hexagons, this crochet afghan is the perfect project for you! Sized as a baby blanket it’s versatile enough that you could crochet it for any size all the way up to queen-size and king-size! The secret here is in the number of hexagons.
This pattern uses a simple solid color hexagon that gives you enormous flexibility both for overall size and for color scheme. You could crochet according to a particular season or theme. This pattern would look spectacular as a Christmas blanket or a Fourth of July throw. Or pick some colors to fit your decor.
It makes a great gift, too! Whether as a baby blanket or, in another size perhaps a housewarming gift. There are so many possibilities.
Yes, this is a wonderful pattern, and it’s free! It’s the “Happy Hexagons” Free Crochet Afghan Pattern” by designer Jess Coppom of Make & Do Crew. You will find a written pattern for the basic hexagon which is comprised of basic stitches; chain stitch, double crochet and slip stitch. She also gives upi plenty of photos and tips that will guide you to success. You’ll also get some guidance on joining the hexagons and on a low-cost DIY method for blocking after you’ve completed your crocheting.
For even more exciting and creative free patterns and tutorials for all kinds of afghans, blankets, as well as afghan squares and granny squares be sure to check out some of our favorites here at Crochet Maze! Links below!
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