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Friday, July 06, 2007

hex granny square

Something is weird about this title; how can a hex = a square. Anyway, I have a few scraps of fabric from making baby blankets and head scarves, so I decided to start yet another project. A hex granny made out of

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saying thank you back.

Love Sunshine
But please do not feel like you have to**
100% cotton, the peaches and cream or sugar and cream weights of yarn. I sat down the other day and wanted to do something with these scraps; haven't decided if it is going to be two or one afghan. I may do a pastel one and a red, white, and blue one for next Fourth of July. The pattern is mine; I just started crocheting, but that doesn't mean there isn't another pattern in cyberland or somewhere in the world that isn't similar or the same because all blocks like this are very similar. Have fun; I would love to see whatever you make from this pattern. you can post your results on hooked on crochet (see link to flickr below). The pattern is only 4 rounds, but you can continue and make the hex as big as you want.

Look at the color of that carpet -- with three kids, we must be crazy!

http://flickr.com/groups/hookedoncrochet/

hooked on crochet. Get yours at bighugelabs.com/flickr
G hook
pattern
Chain 4 form ring

round 1: chain 3 ( counts as first dc now and through out) dc in ring, *ch 1, 2dc in ring** around till you have 6 sets of 2 dc join with slip stitch to top of chain 3. turn

round 2: slip stitch into chain 1, chain 3 ( counts as first dc now and through out) dc in space, ch 2, 2dc in same space, *ch 1 2dc ch2 2 dc* in next space around till you have 6 sets of (2 dc, ch2, 2dc per chain space) ch 1,join with slip stitch to top of chain 3 turn.

round 3: slip stitch into chain 1, chain 3 ( counts as first dc now and through out) dc in space, *ch 1, 2dc, ch2 ,2 dc in next space, ch1, 2 dc in next space** around ,ch1, 2dc, ch2 ,2 dc in next space, ch1, join with slip stitch to top of chain 3 turn.

round 4: slip stitch into chain 2, chain 3 ( counts as first dc now and through out) dc in space ch 2, 2dc in same, *ch 1, 2dc in next space ch 1, 2dc,(2x),ch1, 2dc ch2 ,2 dc in next space, around *ch1,2dc in next space** (2x),ch1, join with slip stitch to top of chain 3 turn.

finish thread as you go and change colors as needed
finish with whip stitching or your favorite method I plan to slip stitch the last row in between shells.





DO NOT USE THIS PATTERN TO MAKE THINGS TO SELL FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY!!!!


3 comments:

  1. Thanks for your pattern! I knew I was one step away from a funky hex blanket! I have twenty hexes now!

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  2. Hi,
    I hate to mention it, but this is a pent (5 sides) not a hex (6 sides).

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  3. only if you do the pattern wrong the pattern ask you to have 6 repeats at the begining and all the pictures have 6 sides. look again and recount

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