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Traditional Half Hexagon Motif Tutorial

Traditional Half Hexagon Motif Tutorial
Traditional Half Hexagon Motif Tutorial
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When you crochet an afghan blanket using an assortment of geometric motifs in an array of sizes, you could wind up with gaps that are simply too large to be ignored. What's a crocheter to do? Consider making this Traditional Half Hexagon Motif Tutorial, of course! This crochet tutorial is easy to follow and is perfect for those who are new to crochet, as well as more advance crocheters who would like a refresher on the technique. This motif is an elegant and easy way to give your blanket a clean and polished look that everyone will love. If you'd like to crochet a full hexagon, then take a look at the blogger's tutorial that is perfect for beginners.

Beginner

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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The designer of this should get an award. Anyone who crochets a lot, like I do, can really use it. It evens out an afghan, yes, but I have used it when making purses. It makes neat corners. To join together. Thank you for sharing it with new crochet students.

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