Crochet Edging for a Hexagon Blanket with Jane Czaja
Classes with Jane Czaja • Educational, G, 18-Jun-2021
Once the various hexagon shapes have been sewn together, you need to tackle the outside edge. And in this workshop Jane shows you how to do this.
She starts with a 2 chain into which she works trebles. And she shows how to pivot both at the point of the hexagon shape and also once you get down into the valley.
Jane has 3 workshops on making different styles of Hexagons that you can watch on the site:
Plain Crochet Hexagons workshop,
Flower Crochet Hexagons workshop,
Star Crochet Hexagons workshop.
Jane also has a hexagon throw pattern available on the website.
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