Hexie Blooms Blanket
Hexie Blooms Blanket

Hexie Blooms Blanket

  • Complete step-by-step photo tutorial included for making and joining the hexagons.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yardage is given (page 4) for a finished blanket that is 33 inches by 30 inches (84 cm by 76 cm) using DK yarn & a 4mm hook

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Pattern Notes
  • Gauge/tension - Not really crucial for this pattern, but for me (using the given yarn & hook size), one Hexie is 3.75 inches (9.5cm) from corner-to-corner and 3.25 inches (8cm) from side-to-side.
  • Finished Size -  33 inches by 30 inches (84 cm by 76 cm) using DK yarn & a 4mm hook.
  • Yarn - I’ve given the colors and brands for what I used in my blanket, but you can use any DK yarn you like best.
  • Variations - This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook, or be made larger by adding another ring of flowers, changing the flower layout, or by adding more background color Hexies. I have included a hexagonal graph (additional PDF file included with purchase) for you to play with color recipes and to help plan out other flower arrangements and larger blankets.
Stitches & Terms (US) Magic Ring (optional) rnd - round st(s) - stitch(es) sp - space slst - slip stitch ch - chain yo - yarn over dc - double crochet Beginning 3dc Cluster - directions given in pattern 3dc Cluster - directions given in pattern  
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Luna’s Favorite Blanket
Luna’s Favorite Blanket

Luna's Favorite Blanket

  • Complete step-by-step photo tutorial included.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yardage is given (page 6) for a finished blanket that is 8x8 squares with the extra thick border and final finished size of 50 inches square.

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Stitches & Terms Used in this Pattern (US terms) Magic Ring - If you don’t like the Magic Ring: ch4, slst to first ch to join into a ring, then ch1 and proceed with the pattern stitches, working around the ring of chains. Your center hole might be a little larger than mine, but this won’t effect the rest of the pattern. rnd - round st - stitch sp - space slst - slip stitch ch - chain sc - single crochet dc - double crochet Granny Cluster (GC) - 3dc in same st/sp dc2tog - double crochet two together (also called a dc decrease) Bobble Stitch (Bobble) -
  • Yarn over (yo), insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop. YO, pull through two loops (this is like completing the first “half” of a dc). 
  • Repeat number one in the same stitch/space until you have a total of 6 loops on your hook - you will have made “half of a dc” 5 times.
  • YO & pull through all 6 loops at once.
Special Stitches in this Pattern Two of the below methods are totally optional. My round join technique isn’t however, since that is what will create the duel-color corners.  Standing Double Crochet (optional) - picture tutorial on page 3  Single Crochet Round Join - picture tutorial on page 4  Stacked SC (optional) - picture tutorial on page 5
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Wild & Free Blanket
Wild & Free Blanket
Create this beautiful baby blanket from flowered hexagon motifs. Step-by-step instructions and photo tutorial for motif creation and joining. These motifs can also be used to create a larger or smaller blanket. You are free to sell items made from this pattern locally at craft markets or online. Skill Level: Intermediate Stitches Used: Magic Ring Slip Stitch Chain Single Crochet Half Double Crochet Popcorn Double Crochet
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