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Picture of Hexagon afghan
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I made this afghan with Paton Classic Merino Wool. It has over 300 hexagons, each hexagon has 3 different colors and each hexagon has a different color scheme, measures approximately 50" wide and 70" long. I used gray to sew the hexagons together, then added a gray scalloped edge.
My daughter found the completed afghan in a magazine and asked if I could make it for her. I said I would try. It took me about 2 months. Now she has a family heirloom to pass on thru generations to come.
Asenath4 years ago
 I love this afghan and want to make one.  Do you have a pattern you will share?
bilybrn Asenath4 years ago
I am sorry but I don't remember the pattern it was so long ago. I know I found a hexagon moffit I liked, no two had the same color pattern, trimmed each one in gray, sewed each one together with gray, and a gray outer trim.
Hope this helps.
Ermena5 years ago
The patternI received, I was asking for a half hexagon pattern, does not match my hexagon. How can I get the pattern for the one you are showing. that is exactly like the one I made. Thanks so much.
Ermena5 years ago
I have just finished a Hexagon Afghan. I need a pattern for half of a motif, to fill in around the sides. If you have this pattern please send it to me.
bilybrn Ermena5 years ago
It has been a while since I made this afghan but I think this is the one I used, if you don't like this one try search for how to crochet a half hexagon. Hope this helps Starting Chain: Chain 6. Row 1: 2 dc in 4th ch from hook, (ch 3, 3 dc in next ch) twice. Row 2: ch 3, dc in first dc, ch 2, skip next 2 dc, (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next ch-3 space, ch 2, skip next 3 dc, (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next ch-3 space, ch 2, skip next 2 dc, 2 dc in last dc. End off.
yetieddy6 years ago
I love this....I've been wanting to crochet a hexagon afghan for years but never get around to it. Crocheting all those pieces together is what stops me....you did a fantastic job with all the colors...very pretty.
Bademily (author)  yetieddy6 years ago
Thank You. It took quite awhile to sew all the pieces together.
Hi! I just found about half of this afghan during my move. I don't have the instructions any more. Can you please send it to me?
I am so sorry but I dont have the instructions either, I know it was a popcorn stitch, cluster stick then double crochet stiches on outer edge. Hope this helps
Hilarie5 years ago
Hey Bademily! I absolutely LOVE your afghan! I saw one just like this in a catalog (maybe the same one your daughter fell in love with) and I've been searching the internet for a pattern, not having much luck. In fact, yours is the first I've seen that looks like what I want to make! Would you mind sharing your pattern with me? Please! Please! Please! I would be ever so grateful! ~Hilarie
I love it! How can I get the hexagon pattern that you used?
potterlalab6 years ago
You have done a lovely job. What I like is that you have a great balance of light and dark colours throughout the piece of work. It was probably instinctively done. I think your daughter is very lucky to own this.
canida6 years ago
That looks great! I love the fun mix of colors.
Bademily (author)  canida6 years ago
Thank you.M daughter loved it. I loved making it so I am making another one for a friend.
clauria46 years ago
Great afghan! Having made many a motif project (afghans/tunics/etc), they are a lot of work! You've done a wonderful job!
Bademily (author)  clauria46 years ago
Thank you. I am new to crocheting and it is nice to hear from fellow crocheters.