How Do You Crochet A Half Solid Hexagon Without Gaps And Holes

By: Rajeshwari Singh from rajiscrafthobby
Updated April 30, 2022
How Do You Crochet A Half Solid Hexagon Without Gaps And Holes
How Do You Crochet A Half Solid Hexagon Without Gaps And Holes

"Crocheted Hexagons are a fun and versatile crochet motif that can be used for a variety of crochet projects. You can join them and make up Crochet blankets ,tablemats placemats Doilies and Potholders. You can use color block theme and make a colorful crocheted blanket. But when you join crochet hexagons, you are left with uneven edges. To fill up these gaps, Crocheted Half Hexagons are the best option. You can use these half hexagons to fill the gaps between the full hexagons and create straight edges for your crochet projects. You can make these hexagons as big or small as you like. Just continue adding more rounds to increase the size and customize the size to meet your needs for your crochet project."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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