Crochet Hexagons

crochet hexagons cream navy green

Do you crochet?

I consider myself a newbie, but I’m learning quickly. The other day I wrote a post over at And Sew We Craft about easy projects for crochet newbies like me. One of the things I talked about was granny squares. I wanted a photo but I didn’t have any. I did have a project on my To Do list that was granny hexagons though…

Yes, I started another new project… I know, I know… I have many other unfinished projects! One day I might even be brave enough to list them all for you. But I really NEEDED this photo!

crochet hexagon

These hexagons are from a pattern I saw on All Hail Suburbia and the instructions are on One Loop Short. (EDIT: One Loop Short is no longer there but you can donwload the pattern for free as a PDF file from Ravelry. You may need to join Ravelry to see it, but joining is free.) They were a little fiddly to start with but I found the pictures were great to see where I went wrong on the first one. My colour choices were limited by what was in my stash since I decided to do these at 7:30pm as I sat down to watch The Polar Express with the kids. But I’m really liking these colours together – modern and not too girly. I think they’ll become a blanket but we’ll see. For now they will be the project that I take with me over the Christmas break as I spend lots of lovely days sitting and chatting with family.

Do you have a project that you’ll carry with you for Christmas visiting?

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  1. says

    I love this idea!!
    I’m crocheting a ‘rainbow’ blanket for my Miss 4 at the moment.
    It’s so pretty.
    I might post some photos of it on my blog soon.
    I’m definitely trying these hexagons, they’re so cute!

  2. says

    Yes I think I can give myself permission to start another crochet project as they are great as a portable craft to do over the holidays.
    I love your colour choice.

  3. says

    I absolutely adore your little hexies, they’re so gorgeous and exactly what I have been looking for. Imagine my disappointment when I discovered that the site you got your tutorial from has gone :( I don’t suppose you still have the pattern and would be willing to share? I’m not so great at crocheting that I can make my own patterns, even simple ones still defy me :(

    I do love yours though, so gorgeous :)

  4. Silvia says

    Hi, Tonya! First of all, I love your site! So many beautiful ideas…

    Have you finished this blanket already? If so, I’d like to see, as I can imagine how nice it is, eith this beaultiful colors you’ve chosen…

  5. Dasha says

    Thank you so much for the link to Ravelry! I’ve been trying to find this pattern again and it was no longer there. Spasibo from Russia :-)

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