Hexagon Crochet Series with Jane Czaja
This series by Jane Czaja has 3 workshops on making different styles of Hexagons: Plain, Flower, and Star. They are all made the same size, having 9 on the final round count.
Once the various hexagon shapes have been sewn together, you need to tackle the outside edge. And in the 4th and final workshop of the series, Jane shows you how to do this.
To make the finished project more interesting, Jane suggests you could think about using several colours.
Crochet Edging for a Hexagon Blanket with Jane Czaja
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...
Plain Crochet Hexagons: Hexagons Crochet Series Part 1 with Jane Czaja
Jane creates this plain hexagon crochet shape with a 5mm hook using aran weight yarn. She says you could also work it in double knitting with a 4mm hook.
You will see how to start the centre of the hexagon with a ring, which can be a little tricky. Then Jane takes us through the 1st and 2nd ro...
Flower Crochet Hexagons: Hexagon Crochet Series Part 2 with Jane Czaja
The flower crochet hexagon is Jane's favourite. Here she shares with you how to make the units using a 5 chain starter ring. Into this you need to make clusters of part trebles.
Jane suggest you might like to think about changing the colour, to make the flower more interesting and Jane takes y...
Star Crochet Hexagons : Hexagon Crochet Series Part 3 with Jane Czaja
This is the third hexagon design that Jane shares and again she uses 5mm hook and aran yarn. You start by making a ring and then you need to make half trebles. The second round is really important and this uses groups of trebles.
To turn the star into a hexagon, you need to complete a total of...