Friday, February 15

WEEK 6 Granny....free mini hexagon pattern

Again sorry for being so behind with the weekly Square catching up in the next few days.
Week 6 Granny is a Mini Star Hexagon
USA Terms as always
4mm hook DK yarn
PATTERN:
NOTE: An easy 2 round hexagon that I prefered to stitch together thought the back of the stitch only.
USA Terms as usual, DK yarn, 5mm hook.
ch 3, sl st into a circle
R1: Make 6 spokes, ch 4 as first spoke, dc, ch2 repeat until you have 6 spokes and 6 spaces
R2: 2dc, 2 ch, 2dc in every chain 2 space, sl st to complete round. (6 sides)
how easy is that then?
Have fun


23 comments:

  1. They look very cute, thanks for sharing

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  2. Nice little hexagons, Sue. I do love this shape! I'm still into doilies and owls at the moment and my cushion cover is on hold! Naughty me! Don't you find that cute little crochet projects always jump in-between the bigger ones?! Have a great weekend! Sandra x

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    1. More versatile than the square I think.
      Oh! Don't they lol
      Will do, you too hugs x

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  3. Wow, nice!
    I'm going to pin this,to make a pillow in the near future!
    Thanks for sharing!!!!!

    Karien.

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    1. Hi glad you like the next one is a mini hex too....not sure which I like best
      You're welcome have fun
      Hugs x

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  4. Just tried to comment on your flower pattern over at The Flower Bed but got a message that only members can comment. Is that something new? I don't like that...but i'm sure there's a good reason. I'll just tell you here instead...that pattern is adorable, i love all the colors!

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    1. Hi have mailed you but for some reason the settings had bee changed!!!!???? Changed them back again so you shouldn't have any more problems, let me know if yo do though
      Hugs xx

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  5. Love the simplicity and versatility of these. And your popcorn Granny Square is gorgeous too. Do you design in your sleep?! Your output is phenomenal! You are so inspirational, Sue. Have a happy hooky weekend! E x

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    1. Hi lots of ideas left over from the book so though I would make 2013 a year of sharing Granny Squares as well as the book Granny Squares lol
      Love these little one's especially lol
      Hugs x

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  6. Love these! I am in the middle of knitting a baby doll for my nieces birthday...I think a crocheted baby blanket of these adorable little hexagons will be a beautiful accessory! Thank you!

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    1. Hi glad you like them..they will make a great small blanket
      Have fun
      Hugs x

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  7. Love these! I am currently knitting a baby doll for my nieces birthday and I think a crocheted baby blanket of these little beauties will be a perfect accessory! Thank you!

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  8. Very cute. Anything made with this is sure to be beautiful. Thank you for the pattern.

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    1. Hi thank you, your welcome
      Hugs x

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  9. I KNOW I can do these simple grannys! Thanks! *i've looked for easy granny squares to do for years, and i think these will fill be bill!*

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    1. Hi I'm sure you can too, have fun
      Hugs x

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  10. I have been looking for a good pattern for the Temperature scarf/throw, this might just fit the bill. High and low temps; your creativity has sparked my imagination. Thank you.

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    1. Hi Catherine, yes it would be a fab pattern for a temperature blanket something that an be made in a few minutes, when you need to commit to doing it every day it needs to be small I think have fun xx

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  11. I just found this link. This pattern is just what I've been looking for to teach my granddaughters! Thanks for sharing.

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