This is one of three different hexagon crochet shapes that Jane Czaja is going to share with you.
Jane creates this plain hexagon crochet shape with a 5mm hook using aran weight yarn. She says you could also work it in double knitting with a 4mm hook.
You will see how to start the centre of the hexagon with a ring, which can be a little tricky. Then Jane takes us through the 1st and 2nd rounds, at which point the hexagon shape starts to appear. Jane says to keep an eye on the stitch count, which increases on each round up to 9 on the final, fourth round.
We have a flower hexagon and a star hexagon to come in the series. They are all made the same size, having 9 on the final round count.
To make the finished project more interesting, Jane suggests you could think about using several colours.
If you’d like to make a throw like the ones Jane shows in the workshop, there is a pattern available in the Shop as an instant download. Click here for the Hexagon Throw crochet pattern designed by Jane Czaja (download)
Crochet is Jane’s passion. She is a technical editor for “Inside Crochet” magazine, and runs regular crochet workshops so others can learn and be inspired.
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