Crochet Flower Hexagon
The Flower Hexagon is a simple but beautiful crochet motif pattern you can use to create blankets, bags, clothing and so much more.
This pattern is crocheted in one piece and has minimum ends to weave in. Crochet over the magic ring tail to halve the number of ends you have to weave in at the end.
Scroll down for the written pattern and watch the video tutorial I have created if you need more help.
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- 9cm in diameter
- Marriner Yarns DK in pink
- crochet motif
- not applicable
Pattern written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
|magic ring||yo – yarn over|
|ch – chain||sc – single crochet|
|sl st – slip stitch||dc – double crochet|
|st(s) – stitch(es)|
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Poppy Flower Crochet Pattern
With pink yarn and a 4mm crochet hook, create a magic ring.
Round 1: 12sc into the magic ring, sl st into the first sc you made in this round, pull the tail of the magic ring to close it shut = 12
Round 2: *ch3, 2dc in the next st, ch3, sl st in the following stitch* x 6 = 24
Round 3: tilt the flower towards you to expose the back, *ch3, sl st in the stitch between the petals* x 6
Round 4: *sl st in the ch3 space, ch3, 4dc in the ch3 pace, ch3, sl st in the same ch3 space* x 6 = 36
Round 5: tilt the flower towards you to expose the back again, *ch3, sl st in the same stitch between petals as you did on round 3* x 6
Round 6: sl st in the ch3 space, ch3, 3dc in the same ch3space, ch2, *4dc in the next ch3 space, ch2* x 5, sl st in the top ch of the ch3 you made at the beginning of the round = 36
Round 7: ch3, dc in the next 3sts, (dc, ch2, dc) in the ch2 space below, *dc in the next 4sts, (dc, ch2, dc) in the ch2 space below* x 5, sl st in the top ch of the ch3 you made at the beginning, fasten off and weave in the ends.
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