Crochet Granny Hexagon Pattern Info
In this tutorial, I will show you how to crochet the Granny Hexagon with step-by-step photos and instructions and a video tutorial for those who are visual learners.
This pattern is a remake of the granny stitch hexagon I published years ago which did not have a video. Check it out, it has a diagram that shows you where each stitch goes.
The hexagon can be made as big or as small as you like, all you have to do is repeat the lat round over and over until you have the required size.
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- crochet motif
- 1-row repeat
- Marriner Yarns Aran in blue
- 5mm crochet hook
Pattern written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
Two Double Crochet Cluster (dc2cl) – two double crochet stitches made in the same space.
Corner (co) – (dc2cl, ch2, dc2cl) in the ch2 space of the corner below.
- ch3 at the beginning of each row counts as a dc stitch
- stitches contained within ( ) are the repeat section for that row
- The dc2cl are made in the space between two clusters from the previous round
- When you sl st at the end of each round, do it on top of the first ch3
- The numbers at the end of each round is the number of dc2cl you should have (except Round 1 which gives you the number of double crochet stitches you should have in that round)
Starting: make a magic ring
Round 1: in the magic ring, ch3, 11dc, sl st = 12 sts
Round 2: sl st in the next space between dc below, ch3, dc in the same space between the dc below where you sl st, (dc2cl in the next space between dc below) x 11, sl st at the top of ch3 = 12 clusters
Round 3: ch3, dc in the space between the dc2cl where the ch3 was created, co in next space, (dc2cl in the next space between clusters, co in the next space between clusters) x 5, sl st at the top of ch3 = 18 clusters
Round 4: ch3, dc in the space between the dc2cl where the ch3 was created, dc2cl in next space between clusters, co in next space, (dc2cl in the next 2 spaces between clusters, co in the next space between clusters) x 5, sl st at the top of ch3, fasten off and weave in all the ends = 24 clusters
Repeat row 4 until you have the required size granny hexagon (crochet dc2cl in each space between the dc2cl below and make the corner stitches CO in each ch2 space of the corners below).
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