A burst of color in one giant hexagon! Kristin Nicholas has designed this crochet blanket to be an easy auto-pilot kind of project with delightful rippling colors. Once your central hexagon is done it's easy to square up the corners for a cozy lap throw or baby blanket.
Another project where the color possibilities are endless!
Join Sara Delaney, and guest host Kristin Nicholas, in our free online tutorials for this project and even more fun hexagon projects!
You Will Also Need
- 2,190(4,380) yds of a Worsted (#4/medium)
- Size H/8/5.00mm crochet hook
- Clover Locking Stitch Markers
Clover Chibi Bent-Tip Tapestry Needle
Samples: Berroco Ultra Alpaca
Finished Size: Small/Medium(40"x45"), Large(80"x90")
Care Instructions: Hand Wash & Lay Flat to Dry