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Sept 2017: Hexagon Month

Hi everyone, and welcome to September here at CypressTextiles.net – It’s Hexagon Month, and I’m celebrating my favorite shape in crochet: the sexy hexie!

[Related: Geometric Lace Blanket FO Gallery]

Calendar

Note: Links will become live as they are published. Most recent photo of projects will be included as they become available.

Sept 7 – YouTube Tutorial Video


Joining Method: Continuous Flat Braid Join for Hexagons (CJAYG)

– YouTube Video: Part 1 | Part 2

Full blog post link (Written instruction)

Ravelry Link

Sept 12 – Pattern Release

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Autumn Blues
: A decidedly broody fall blanket made in shades of orange and blue in Scheepjes Cotton 8, using continuous FBJ for hexagons in a daring navy.

Full blog post link (With links to pattern and lots of photos)

Sept 14 – YouTube Tutorial Video


Joining Method: Whip St for Hexagons

– YouTube Video: Link

Full blog post link (Written instruction)

Ravelry Link

Sept 21 – YouTube Tutorial Video


Joining Method: Continuous Single Crochet Join for Hexagons (CJAYG)

– YouTube Video: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

Full blog post link (Written instruction)

– Ravelry Link

Sept 25 – YouTube Tutorial Video

Joining Method: Granny St Join-as-you-go (JAYG)

– YouTube Video: Link

– Full blog post link (Written instruction)

– Ravelry Link

Sept 26 – Free Pattern


Sunshine Blanket: A super cute circle surrounded by fun rays of granny stitch that transitions to a hexagon shape. These motifs made in Cotton 8 are joined as-you-go on the final round. It’s a classic method that will have you feeling some crafty nostalgia or some excitement to try something new!!

– Full blog post link

– Ravelry Link

Sept 28 – YouTube Tutorial Video

Joining Method: Continuous Granny St Join for Hexagons (CJAYG)

– YouTube Video: Part 1 | Part 2

– Full blog post link

– Ravelry Link

Sept 30 – Free Pattern


Full and Half Motif: Cozy Flowers blanket Pattern made in Scheepjes yarn Sweet Treat* and Catona* (held together) using the continuous granny st join demonstrated in this week’s YouTube tutorial

– Full blog post link (Written instruction)

– Ravelry Link

15 thoughts on “Sept 2017: Hexagon Month”

  1. Oh Rachele, these are all gorgeous. I’m currently making the Weekender blanket by Sandra Cherry Heart for my daughter. She loves hexies too. I really like all these blocks and can’t wait to see more. Thank you.

  2. Is there a pattern for the cozy flower blanket i’m not sure which you tube video is for the cozy flowers balnket i don’t wanyt to miss it i think it is wonderful

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