Hexagon Afghan Crochet


The Hexagon Afghan crochet can be used to make blankets, rugs and bedspreads in numerous combinations, of colours and sizes, which certainly produced an excellent work, follows below, some photos with suggestions of colours, neutral colours are beautiful, but with Ja said is at the discretion of you to make the combination of colors you wish.

 

Round 1: Begin with a magic ring. Ch 1 to secure the magic loop and then ch 2 more, dc in magic loop, ch 2, *2dc, ch2* 5 more times in magic loop. sl st to join last ch to the top of the first series of 3 ch. (Now you have 6 sets of 2dc +2 ch. The 2 dc will become the sides of your hex and the 2 ch gaps will become the corners.)

Round 2: ch 3, dc in next dc stitch, *[dc, ch 2, dc in chain gap from previous round], dc in next 2 dc* repeat 5 more times. dc, ch 2, dc in last corner gap. sl st to join last ch to the top of the first series of 3 ch. (Each hex side now has 4 dc stitches, separated by a 2 ch space.)


Round 3: ch 3, dc in next 2 dc, *[dc, ch 2, dc in chain gap from previous round], dc in next 4 dc* repeat 5 more times. dc, ch 2, dc in last corner gap. dc in remaining 1 dc. sl st to join last ch to the top of the first series of 3 ch. (Each hex side now has 6 dc stitches, separated by a 2 ch space.)

Round 4: ch 3, dc in next 3 dc, *[dc, ch 2, dc in chain gap from previous round], dc in next 6 dc* repeat 5 more times. dc, ch 2, dc in last corner gap. dc in remaining 2 dc. sl st to join last ch to the top of the first series of 3 ch. (Each hex side now has 8 dc stitches, separated by a 2 ch space.)

Round 5: ch 3, dc in next 4 dc, *[dc, ch 2, dc in chain gap from previous round], dc in next 8 dc* repeat 5 more times. dc, ch 2, dc in last corner gap. dc in remaining 3 dc. sl st to join last ch to the top of the first series of 3 ch. (Each hex side now has 10 dc stitches, separated by a 2 ch space.)


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