Crochet Hexagon Afghan
The Crochet Hexagon Afghan is made up of motifs that are about 6″. Daniel did an afghan like this once in light orange, beige and white solid hexagons. For me, having them match up like this afghan is what I would expect.
Daniel made his afghan appear to be really random with some colours heavier in one section versus the other sections. It was artistic and I thought initially it wouldn’t work. My point is that an afghan doesn’t have to have a repetitive nature for motif placement. It can be random and still be awesome.
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Comments on “Crochet Hexagon Afghan Pattern + Tutorial”
The written pattern is incorrectly calling a puff stitch a dc3tog. In the tutorial, Mikey, you’re doing dc3tog. Still works, but the actual stitch, according to the description in the pattern stitch key, is a puff stitch. And looking closely at the photo in the pattern, those are definitely puff stitches. Just trying to avoid confusion. Thanks for all you do!
Thank you Kathy. Darnit… I thought I knew what I was doing.
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