Hexagons are the hottest motif shape going right now – for blankets, stuffed animals, you name it! The African Flower Hexagon (linked below) is by far the most popular right now, and I did a roundup earlier this year featuring 10 free crochet patterns that use the African Flower motif. Prior to that, I’d also done a roundup of 10 free crochet patterns using all sorts of hexagons. But today I want to focus on the hexagon itself. Such a simple shape, usually just a hands-width when finished, but within those few rows there is so much variation! Here are the standouts: 10 free crochet hexagon patterns!
10 Free Crochet Hexagon Patterns
- African Flower Hexagon Crochet Tutorial by Heidi Bears: No list of crochet hexagon patterns is complete without this one!
Hexagon Daisy by I Love Pom-Poms, on I Love Pom-Poms: This one is written in UK terms, but a glance at the photo makes it easy to see how it comes together!Unfortunately, this patten has been taken down, but the blogger shares her Heirloom Hexagon Blanket pattern too!
- Super Simple Hexagon by Leanda Xavian, a Ravelry Download: Simple is good – and looks great!
- Granny Stitch Hexagon Crochet Motif II by Lion Brand Yarn: It’s a granny – hexie mashup!
- Puffed Daisy Hexagon, on Colour in a Simple Life Designs: NOTE: This pattern is no longer free. Love the 3D pop of flowers on these!
- Lily Pad Hexagon, on Colour in a Simple Life Designs: Wait, did I say 3D?! These hexagons by the same designer take the prize!
- Starflower Hexagon by Julie Mnemosyne, a Ravelry Download: Including both UK and US terminology, this pattern is perfect for variegated yarn!
- Scrap Savers Hexagon Motif by Julie A. Bolduc, on JPF Crochet Club: A great use for scrap bits of yarn – or for those who hate weaving in ends!
- Springtime Hexagon by Kim, on eggbirddesigns: Photo tutorial included! Love this one all year long!
- Crochet Starburst Hexagon by Jenni Ford, on Lavender and Wild Rose: Another great photo tutorial with fantastic pictures! In UK terminology, but the tutorial makes it easy for US-ians.
And as a bonus, here’s a fantastic Single Crochet Join-as-You-Go Tutorial (Ravelry download) from Marken of The Hat & I – it looks fantastic! So have you gone hexagon crazy? What’s your favorite crochet hexagon pattern? Share it in the comments!
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