Let’s put a hex on crochet.
Of course we all know how great crochet squares are, but I think that hexagons are every bit as useful and a great way to vary your projects. Indeed, they are a very valid building block in themselves and deserve more attention. Moreover, they are also much better for including a central floral rosette than squares. To this point, here are some summer flower hexagon blanket ideas to demonstrate just how much. Each of these is a gem, consequently they will be very fun to make and very enjoyable on your furniture or to wrap up in.
Apple Blossom Blanket
To begin with, this summer flower hexagon blanket s based on the Hexagon-How-To pattern by Lucy of Attic24. It’s a beautiful, and thus very gift-worthy project.
The full article about this pattern is on https://attic24.typepad.com/ blog:
Happy Little Tree Blanket
However, you can also do a very different, modern take on a summer flower hexagon blanket. Therefore, we present this 3D beauty with lovely, raised flowers on a broad background.
The full pattern is on cypresstextiles.net:
More info about MartinaausHamburg’s project you will find on Ravelry.
Wind Flower Hexagon
Lastly, this summer flower hexagon blanket sports stunning raised flower appliques on a traditional hex. Thus this is actually a bit of a conceptual hybrid between the previous two patterns.
The full article about this pattern is on https://mijocrochet.se/ blog: