{Crochet} Springtime Hexie


crochet hexagonHere is my simple and sweet crochet Springtime Hexie. It’s a simple round motif that can be turned into a hexagon. I’ve used 8ply Cotton Blend for my hexies, but any 8ply yarn will do. I’ve used a 3.5mm hook. The instructions are in UK terms but I’ve included UK and US Shorthand Instructions at the end of the tutorial. Happy Spring!
crochet hexagon

Round 1 Begin with Colour A. Form a magic circle. Ch3 (counts as first tr), then work 11 more tr into the circle. Ss into the top of the intital ch3 and fasten off. [12tr]


crochet hexagon

Round 2 – Attach colour B between any two tr, (ch3, tr2tog)(counts as first tr3tog), ch3. Work 11 more (tr3tog, ch3) into the circle. Ss into the top of the initial tr3tog and fasten off. [12x (tr3tog, ch3)]


crochet hexagon

Round 3 – Attach Yarn C at any ch3 space, dc and then ch4. *Dc in the next ch-3 sp, ch4. Repeat from * 10 more times. Ss into initial dc, do not fasten off. [12x (dc, ch4)]


crochet hexagon

Round 4 – continuning with Yarn C, ss into next ch-4 sp. Ch3, tr2tog (counts as first tr3tog). Ch2, tr3tog all in the same space. Ch3 then dc into the next ch-4 space, ch3. *In the next ch-4 space (tr3tog, ch2, tr3tog). Ch3, dc in the next ch-4 sp, ch3.  Repeat from * 4 more times. Ss into initial tr3tog and fasten off. [6 x (tr3tog,ch2,tr3tog), 6x (ch3, dc, ch3)]


crochet hexagon

Round 5 – Attach yarn D at any ch-2 space, that is, between any two tr2tog pairs. (Ch3 (counts as first tr), tr, ch2, 2tr) all in the same space. Ch1, 2tr in the ch-3 space, ch1, 2tr in the next ch-3 space. Ch1, * (2tr, ch2, 2tr) in the next ch2 space.  Ch1, 2tr in the ch-3 space, ch1, 2tr in the next ch-3 space, ch1 .Repeat from * 4 more times.  Fasten off. [6 x (2tr, ch2, 2tr), (ch1, 2tr, ch1, 2tr, ch1)]



Shorthand UK 

Magic Ring

  1. 12tr
  2. 12tr3tog, ch3
  3. ch4, dc around
  4. (tr3tog, ch2, tr3tog), ch3, dc, ch3 repeat around
  5. (2tr, ch2, 2tr), ch1, 2tr, ch1, 2tr, ch1  repeat around

Shorthand US

Magic Ring

  1. 12dc
  2. 12dc3tog, ch3
  3. ch4, sc around
  4. (dc3tog, ch2, dc3tog), ch3, sc, ch3 repeat around
  5. (2dc, ch2, 2dc), ch1, 2dc, ch1 ,2dc, ch1 repeat around.


10 thoughts on “{Crochet} Springtime Hexie

  1. Thank you so much for the tutorial Mandy, I’ve never made a hexagon motif before. I’m crushing on your “Harry Potter’s wand” crochet hook :) it looks good for casting spells as well as conjuring up pretty projects! x

    • haha! yes it’s a bit like a wand isn’t it. Sadly, since this picture it has been chewed up by my dog. :( Lucky she’s cute.

  2. Hello Mandy,
    Just wondering with your Flower Power blanket, how to you join up all your squares and what stitch did you use to edge the blanket?

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