Vintage Vibe Crochet Hexagon Afghan


Vintage Vibe Crochet Hexagon Afghan

Vintage Vibe Crochet Hexagon Afghan
Vintage Vibe Crochet Hexagon Afghan

The Vintage Vibe Crochet Hexagon Afghan reminds us of the nostalgic granny square afghans of the past. Learn how to crochet this pattern in three easy rounds of crochet. Alternate the colors in different ways each time you crochet one of these hexagons to achieve this same vintage vibe. The best part is that you can connect these crochet hexagons with the join-as-you-go method.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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I like how the earth colors are arranged in this Vintage Vibe Crochet Hexagon Afghan. The colors are equally distributed resulting to a very smooth and pleasant experience when you scan your eyes throughout the whole afghan. I can imagine this piece regally hanging on the living room sofa so inviting and so alluring that guests cannot help but make praises and compliments. This is really so lovely.

So many beautiful afghans to crochet but I love this vintage vibe hexagon afghan. It has a 'granny' style feel but in hexagon. I made a similar afghan for my mother years ago in her favorite fall colors, but our home is decorated in dusty rose, country blue and pure white so those are the colors I would use in creating this lovely afghan, along with shell pink and a deeper country blue border. I'd also like to play with stained glass colors for pop on our casual but enclosed sun porch to snuggle in during the fall evening hours watching TV or reading a good novel.

i made this one in soft pastels nd bordered them with off white. Made it for a wedding gift. Hope she likes it. wish i could share a picture of it.

Just light colours. Off white is for the borders others is "ALL LIGHT COLOURS" like green, yellow, pink. It would look very pretty cover for any bed - or having made for an afghan.

I find crocheting hexagons very relaxing - I would do these in four colours: Dusty Pink, Lt Grey, Rust Brown and Cream. I would probably use the Dusty Pink for the joining border.

I really like this pattern and I hope to be able to do it one day in earth tones with the lighter shade as the border.

A lot of times when I share your posts the picture doesn't share. " Our eyes are the gateway to our souls.."


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