Whether you’d like to fill in the edging on a hexagon afghan or simply want to make multi-colored hexagons, this easy, free pattern will teach you how to crochet a half hexagon and customize the size to meet your needs.
For my afghan, I decided I liked the look of the geometric edge, but if you’d like a straight, even edge on your own blanket, half hexagons are where it’s at.
These half hexagons are made very similarly to my basic hexagon pattern, but the difference is that these are worked in back and forth rows and the full hexagons are worked in the round. I think hexagons and half hexis are the perfect portable crochet project to stash in your purse.
Hexagons are similar to crochet circles or squares in that once you understand the basic math of the increases, you can customize your hexagon to whatever size you wish by just adding more rounds (or in the case of a half hexagon, rows) and continuing to increase as you go.
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Video Tutorial : How to Crochet a Half Hexagon