Monday, February 2, 2015

Hexagon with flower - free pattern

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My first post for this year after one long month shows what a lazy blogger I am. Actually by the beginning of the year we had taken a short vacation to visit our parents but even after coming back it took me such a long time to get back into the groove. Whenever I stay away from the internet for a considerable period of time I find it very difficult to get back to my blogging routine. I felt as if I had fallen out of blogosphere and was really lost as to where to start and what to say. So I decided to give myself some more time. Anyway I'm happy now that I have something to share with you.

I used fingering weight yarns and size D/3.25 mm hook. The finished hexagon measures approximately 6.5 inches across.

I have written the pattern using American terms.

Abbreviations Used: Ch - chain, sl st - slip stitch, ch-sp - chain space, sc - single crochet, hdc - half double crochet, dc - double crochet, 

Cluster - here means 2 dc stitches worked together in same space.

Using yellow ch 4 and join with a sl st to form a ring.
Round 1: Ch 3, dc into ring, ch 4, (cluster, ch 4) 5 times into ring. Join with a sl st to 1st cluster.
Round 2: Join pink in any 4ch-sp, (sc, hdc, 5 dc, hdc, sc) in each space. Join to 1st sc.

Round 3: **ch 6, sc in next space between 2 petals** Repeat from ** to ** around. Push these chains behind the petals. Fasten off yarn.
Round 4: Join dark pink in any 6ch-sp and (sc, hdc, 4 dc, ch 1, 4 dc, hdc, sc) in each space.
Round 5: Join white and sc in same st, ch 7, **sc in ch 1 at the center of petal, ch 7, sc between next 2 petals, ch 7** Repeat from ** to ** around. Join the last ch 7 with a sl st to beginning of round.
Round 6: (cluster, ch 3, cluster) in same st, **(sc, ch 3, sc) in next 7ch loop, (cluster, ch 3, cluster) in next sc** Repeat from ** to ** around. Join with a sl st to the top of 1st cluster.
Round 7: **(cluster, ch 3, cluster, ch 3, cluster) in next 3ch-sp, ch 3, sc in next 3 ch-sp, (ch 5, sc in next 3ch-sp) twice, ch 3, ** Repeat from ** to ** around. Join with a sl st to 1st cluster.
Round 8: Sl st in next space, **ch 5, sc in next sp, (ch 3, sc in next sp) 5 times** Repeat from ** to ** 5 more times.
Round 9: Sl st in next sp, **ch 5, sc in same sp, (ch 5, sc in next sp) 6 times** Repeat from ** to ** 5 more times.   
Round 10: Join blue and **(sc, ch 5, sc, ch 7, sc, ch 5, sc) in next 5ch-sp (corner space), 3 sc in each of the next 6 spaces** Repeat from ** to ** around.   

This pretty lacy hexagon motif can be transformed into a potholder, doily or afghan. I hope you enjoy the pattern. If you come across any errors please do let me know so that I can correct it.


  1. Wundervoll & Danke!
    Liebe Grüße, Manja

  2. Wonderful hexagon! The colors make me remember spring! I love this! Pinned! ! Thank you for sharing pattern!
    Hope you have a lovely week!
    Hugs and love from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft

  3. Really lovely, and welcome back to blog land :)

  4. I have been looking for an easy hexigon pattern for an afghan that I have in mind using colors from a Chinese tea canister. This one is perfect.

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    I have been looking for a hexigon pattern to make an afghan using the colors and shape of a Chinese tea container This will be perfect Thank you for making it a free pattern

    1. Hello,
      I am a beginning crocheter and I LOVE this beautiful pattern BUT I need to ask what do I do with it? What blanket does this get attached to or how does this work?

    2. Just make many of these hexagons and join them together for a blanket. You can use different colours for each hexagon or make them all in same colour, the possibilities are endless.

  5. so nice from you to shere this tutorial of this pretty hexagon !! thnaks a lot ! and have a lovely week !

  6. Lovely, thanks for sharing the pattern!

  7. Beautiful pattern !! Love the blue edging :) Thanks for sharing !!

  8. Very pretty. I like the colors you've chosen. Sometimes I feel that way about blogging. I just don't know what to say and need something to come together logically before I feel like I can actually post. But once you get into the habit, it becomes easier. Wishing you all the best, Tammy

  9. That is so pretty and delicate, thanks for sharing! X

  10. That is so pretty and delicate, thanks for sharing! X

  11. amazing pattern, thank you so much for sharing. Lovely colours you have used. :-)

  12. Hola, es muy bonito y gracias por el patrón.

  13. I love it, so beautiful and delicate. Thank you so much for sharing.

  14. How on earth do you make this stuff happen? The maths!!! Beautiful. Thank you.

  15. I love the beautiful flower. Can you perhaps have a tutorial video where you show how to make a granny square with this flower in the middle.

  16. Greetings from Palos Verdes, California. Thank you for posting this lovely pattern. The colors complement the central flower so nicely. The possibilities of using the hexagonal pieces are endless.

  17. Your article gave us a lot of useful information to work with. Each and every suggestion in your article is fantastic. Thank you very much for sharing. Continue to blog.


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