• Gorgeous Crochet Hexagon Blanket For Those Who Love The Puff Stitch

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    Ever wondered how many crochet hexagons for a blanket? Well, for this gorgeous crochet hexagon blanket free crochet pattern  the answer is: 110 ( 11 x 10 rows ). That’s pretty amazing but so worth it! That Hexy Puff designed by Wendi Chong is a happy and exquisite puff stitch hexagons blanket . What a stylish and beautiful gift that you or a special someone can cherish for years!


    Gorgeous Crochet Hexagon Blanket Free Crochet Pattern


    Yarn : 1 Cahlista Color Pack by Scheepjes (all 109 shades)
    Finished size : Approx 130cm x 165 cm or 52 inches x 65 inches
    Gauge / size of motif : 15 cm x 13 cm or 6 inches x 5 inches ( longest point x perpendicular length )
    Recommended hook size : 4mm ( or work 1 full motif using 1 ball )
    Number of hexagons to make* : 110 ( 11 x 10 rows )

    This project is made with one box of the Scheepjes Cahlista Color Pack. There was enough remaining yarn for me to make a cushion cover. As there is 109 shades and 110 motifs had to be made, the 110th motif will be made with assorted shades. If you prefer a uniform look, purchase an additional ball of yarn to make the final motif in a solid shade. I recommend jet black, shade 110.

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