Let’s honeycomb up our crocheting
While squares are the obvious choiuce for a building block, hexes are also a valid and useful alternative. We’d therefore like to present some hexie blanket ideas to show you the true usefulness of this design. So, here are some projects to get your busy bee hat on. To this point, each of these patterns is a great standalone project, or a building block for something larger. Moreover, with the possible level of customization, there is really no limit at all to what you can do with them. After all, the onli limit is what you can imagine, and I bet that that’s a whole bunch.
Spring Garden Hexie
To have great hexie blanket ideas, you need the right hexes. Consequently, here is a large one that is further enhanced by little flowers done up in voids. Furthermore, with both hex and half-hex patterns included, you can make just about any project.
Skills: easy Designer: In the Yarn Garden
The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on intheyarngarden.com:
More info about project photographed (lower photo) on Ravelry.
Boardwalk Hexie Blanket
Hexie blanket ideas are not limited to hexagonal buildding blocks. Therefore, here is one that combines the intarsia method (dropping colors) and hexes as a counterpoint. This is truly a wonderful piece.
Skills: easy Designer: And She Laughs
The full article about this pattern is on crochet.com :
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