Hello, so hopefully you are here to learn all about how to join hexagons continuously which means only TWO (Yep two), ends to sew in!
Let’s face it – we are all crocheters, we love to crochet but not many of like to sew all the ends in!
So, remember my absolute break through with granny squares and how to join them with only 2 ends to sew in……..
And then my complete fascination with hexagons……
Well this post is in preparation for what I did with all those hexagons!
This post is how to continuously join hexagons together, leaving only 2 ends to sew in (how happy does this make me!).
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Yarn wise – I used Stylecraft Belissima for the video – a lovely premium acrylic
The other hexagons – Stylecraft Special DK – which now comes in 98 colours – but more on those for my next post!
What you need to know (scroll down for the video):
You start on a smaller row/ column – remember I said they tesselate – start with a “small row”.
You’ll work 4 sides of the first hexagon before joining the second and work 3 sides on this one, before starting the next row.
You join the right hand edges of the second row / column, then come back and complete the other sides.
Have I completely confused you? Luckily I thought I might – so scroll down to a handy video for you – which should explain it a lot better than I have above!
The diagram below should help, if not – look at my YouTube video linked below (and hit subscribe while you are there please).
Here’s the video – which should explain the whole thing!
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