These little hexagons has a pretty popcorn flower center to give it texture. It also features some Moss Stitch like detail.
This crochet granny square is a stunning work made using the Bargello technique. Work up a few of these granny squares and join them together for a uniquely beautiful crochet granny square afghan. The end result is a beautifully textured granny square that will instantly draw the eye of anyone who walks past it.In the designer's own words, "Bargello technique has long been used in embroidery (Florentine embroidery). I thought, why not try to crochet pattern in this technique? The essence of this technique is to use different blending colors and combinations of them so that there were flames, waves, peaks. In the Bargello technique, you can associate a square from the center, a circle or a round motif. It'd be chic to crochet Bargello blankets, bedspreads, pillowcases, and cushion for chairs."
Do you like hexagons? This beautiful hexagon pattern is great for making blanket, pillows, bags and more. You can use them to create a lot of stunning patterns by joining together. I made this hexagon in two ways. I found that this hexagons have different look when making them in solid and two-tone. To make these hexagons I used special stitch called front post bobble stitch (fpbobble). This stitch adds 3D effect and beautiful texture to the hexagon pattern.
Crocheted flowers and hexie motifs are a perfect match. You love these worked up in a rainbow of colors - just join them together for an afghan full of gorgeous blooms.
If joining's not your thing, these motifs stand on their own as placemats, too. Add a few extra rounds with your final color until you have the size you need.
This basic crochet hexagon can be anything! Use it to make a seat cushion, wall hanging, tree skirt, or a whole blanket!
This solid hexagon crochet pattern is easy to work up, and has a great shape. This pattern is a perfect beginner's pattern and only uses 2 stitches: the half double crochet (hdc) and slip stitch (sl st).
This is a 5-in-1 pattern for 1 flower and 4 ways to make a hexagon around it. The flower stays the same throughout the pattern, but the hexagon changes in size and style.
The hexagons can be used for cushion covers, blankets, bags, clothes, etc. - the only limit is your imagination! You can use yarn made from any fibre and in any thickness for making these hexagons.