The TJ Hexagon is a great project if you want to make blankets, afghans, pillows and other broad surfaces, but don’t want to use a traditional granny square. Hexagonal patches are great, because they give a project a honeycomb texture that works very well with floral rosettes, such as in this case, or with other concentric designs. In fact, hexagons are as close as you can get to circles and still pack the patches edge-to-edge in a larger project. A link to a free pattern is at the end of the post.
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Skills: Easy Designer: Tally’s Crafts (Dominika Karpińska)