How To Make A Pointed Crochet Solid Half Hexagon


How To Make A Pointed Crochet Solid Half Hexagon

How To Make A Pointed Crochet Solid Half Hexagon
How To Make A Pointed Crochet Solid Half Hexagon

"Crochet Hexagons are a popular choice for making up pretty crochet blankets. But don't just stick to Blankets, these would also be great for many more variety of crochet projects right from a Crochet Bags, Rugs, Shawls , Potholders and Tablemats or you can just use them as Crochet Coasters. Today am sharing the pattern for Pointed Crochet Solid Half Hexagon. These pointed crochet solid half hexagons are made similarly to the basic solid hexagon pattern, but the difference is that these are worked in back and forth rows and the full hexagons are worked in the round. To cover up this difference in the Front and Back rows, the stitches are worked in between each of the stitches. This pattern is made up in a way that there are literally no gaps in the finished hexagon. 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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