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Amazing Hexagon Crochet Blanket Ideas

Unique geometric shapes like hexagons unquestionably add a modern vibe to our crochet projects. Hexagon-based designs are minimalistic, fun to make and give you plenty of room for creativity! You can adjust colors and sizes and go crazy with embellishments of your choice. In other words, the possibilities are infinite! We suggest you start with the cool patterns for blankets and afghan we are presenting in this post. They’re the best of the best – cute, full of bright shades, fluffy and warm ! And if you’re looking for more inspiration, follow our Facebook Page and Pinterest!


Crochet Cable Hexagon Free Pattern

  • Designed by My Picot

The adorable combination of light blue and warm creamy shades creates a color scheme perfect both for a sweet nursery and a minimalist bedroom. A blanket made with the Crochet Cable Hexagon Pattern will brighten up your room, but also give it a special charm. 

Crochet Cable Hexagon Free Crochet Pattern


PHOTOS by My Picot / mypicot.com

Find this free pattern on mypicot.com

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Rainbow of Hexagons Blanket Paid Pattern

  • Designed by Leonela Cevallos

Time for a real burst of colors! Vibrant shades of blue, red and orange will undoubtedly cheer you up right away, regardless of how grey the day is.

Rainbow of Hexagons Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Leonela Cevallos / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on Ravelry.com

 

Butterfly Hexagon Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Lindsey Dale

We love this blanket for its charming color scheme made of basic grey and beige coupled with pastel shades of pink and blue. And how cool is that geometric butterfly motif?

Butterfly Hexagon Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Lindsey Dale / Ravelry.com

Find this free video tutorial on YouTube, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.

 

Hexie Bee Throw Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by The Almond Snug

What’s up, honey bees? Are you also amazed at how impossibly cute this blanket is? It looks like a giant honeycomb and it has the most amazing colors. The combination of dark yellow and grey is to die for!

Hexie Bee Throw Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by The Almond Snug / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on crochet.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.

 

Keep on Blooming CAL Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Anne Vierimaa

We’ve already mentioned that you can embellish a hexagon-based blanket in many different ways, didn’t we? And what’s the first embellishment that comes to mind? Crochet flowers, obviously!

Keep on Blooming CAL Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Anne Vierimaa / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on Ravelry.com

Hexi Blanket

  • Designed by Emily Bolduan

Take a look at this gorgeous, hexagon blanket by Emily Bolduan! It’s such a gorgeous blanket, isn’t it? What’s more, you can make it in any colors combination, and it will still look amazing. So it’s a great blanket for new crocheters that mastered granny squares already and want to take their projects to the next level. The finished size of this blanket is 63cm x 77cm, however you can easily make it bigger.

Hexi Blanket

PHOTOS by Emily Bolduan / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on Ravelry.com

Lockdown Blanket

  • Designed by Potter & Bloom

The more colors, the merrier and more cheerful! When it’s cold and grey outside, it’s great to make a sunny blanket, because it will make you feel a bit better. The blankie on the pictures below was made by Potter & Bloom and it’s a super bright and cheery project, that will keep your mind off things. What’s more, you can make it in no time!

Lockdown Blanket

PHOTOS by PotterandBloom / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on potterandbloom.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

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Snowflake Afghan for Lainey

  • Designed by Lois Olson

This gorgeous afghan by Lois Olson has amazing added half – motifs on the sides, which creates a super modern and fun effect. What’s more, the snowflake – inspired pointed border and snowflakes in the center of each hexagon makes this blankie on the pictures below just the ultimate winter throw. What’s more, the colors look super cute, however if you don’t like such colorful blankies, go for single color!

Snowflake Afghan for Lainey

PHOTOS by Altahook / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on artoftangle.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

Noëlle Blanket

  • Designed by Kirsten Ballering

This beautiful hexagon blanket by Kirsten Ballering is a wonderful gift idea, no matter the season. The flowers look very elegant, and the size of this blankie is so comfy! The finished size is 120 x 150cm (47 x 49in). It’s a must have. What’s more, you can easily customize it by simply changing the colors.

Noëlle Blanket

PHOTOS by Haak Maar Raak / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on haakmaarraak.nl, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Mother’s Day Blanket – Wind Flower Hexagon

  • Designed by Johanna Lindahl

This beautiful blanket by Johanna Lindahl is a very subtle, yet fun project, that will keep you warm and cosy during fall and winter days. The flowers were made with Lion Brand Cupcake Yarn “Tundra”, however  feel free to adjust the color to your preferences. It’s also a very sweet gift idea, for instance for Mother’s Day.

Mother's Day Blanket - Wind Flower Hexagon

PHOTOS by kam-a-rama / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on mijocrochet.wordpress.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

Winter Blizzard Afghan

  • Designed by Michael Sellick

Winter is just around the corner, so now is really the best time to start some fun crochet projects. So like for instance this cute hexagon blanket on the pictures below by Michael Sellick. It will create a vibe of a winter wonderland in your home! The finished size is 55″ x 60″.

Winter Blizzard Afghan

PHOTOS by The Crochet Crowd / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on thecrochetcrowd.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Blanket of hexagons

  • Designed by Joanne Loh

Hexagon blankets are so eye pleasing, because they are symmetrical and our brains love symmetry! What’s more, all the different colors make this blankie look really original and one in a kind, so make sure to check this one out. It’s totally worth the time!

Blanket of hexagons

PHOTOS by shaggycrochet / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on craftpassion.com or read more about it on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry. The joining technique is here

African Flowers Blanket

  • Designed by Joanne Loh

Wow! I love that crochet__fantasy embellished the joining in between the hexagons, it gives such a modern and fun look to the whole project! What’s more, it’s really easy to do on your own, you really just have to use basic stitches and it’s also a great gift idea, so give it a go!

African Flowers Blanket

PHOTOS by crochet__fantasy / Instagram.com

Find original free pattern on craftpassion.com or read more about it on Ravelry. The top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.The joining technique is here

Star Blanket

  • Designed by Atty van Norel

It’s time to mix things up a little! Who said that hexagon blankies have to have flowers in the center? And I mean, just take a look at this incredible star blanket by stitchedupcraft on the pictures below! What’s more, it’s so original and will look amazing in your house!

Star Blanket

PHOTOS by stitchedupcraft / Instagram.com

Find original free pattern on atty-s.blogspot.nl, or read more about it on Ravelry. The top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.

Purmin Baby Blanket

  • Designed by Safiya Nathir

The Purmin Baby Blanket is made with adorable, little hexagons. What’s you can see in the pictures below, they are so incredibly detailed and intricate! What’s more, each hexagon measures approximately 4.5 inches in length and 3.7 inches in width. The finished blankie is 38 inches X 36 inches.

Purmin Baby Blanket

Photo by Safiya Nathir / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on craftingwand.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Hexagon Blanket

  • Designed by Marinke Slump

The more colors, the better, brighter and merrier, right? So take a look at the pictures below, this fantastic, colorful hexagon blankie is a stunning mosaic of vibrant, cheerful colors. Such blankie willl make a lovely stroller blankie, however you can just add more hexagons and make it bigger.

Hexagon Blanket

Photo by steph.lewis/ Instagram.com

Find original free pattern on craft.tutsplus.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. The top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.

Hexagon Blanket

  • Designed by Marinke Slump

This beautiful hexagon blankie in the pictures below is a great combination of different shades of blue and green. These hexagons are a fantastic stash – busting project to use up any leftover yarn. What’s more much blankie will be perfect for a baby, or you can make it bigger and create a lapghan.

Hexagon Blanket 2

Photo by kopkocrochet / Instagram.com

Find original free pattern on craft.tutsplus.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. The top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.

African Flower Granny

  • Designed by Joanne Loh

This fantastic baby blankie in the pictures below is the best example of how versatile and gorgeous African flower hexagons are. What’s you can see, it’s full of colors and amazing texture, with a stunning, vintage, lacy edging, that gives it a retro vibe.

African Flower Granny

Photo by sinemakbalaban / Instagram.com

Find original free pattern on craftpassion.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. The photos are here.

African Flower Granny

  • Designed by Joanne Loh

Wow, how amazing is this blankie in the pictures below by sezealk? And I love how the daisies are contrasting with this fantastic, vivid shade of pink, or should I say raspberry pink? So it’s a truly breathtaking project, that’s literally perfect for a baby shower or housewarming party. One in a kind!

African Flower Granny 2

Photo by sezealk / Instagram.com

Find original free pattern on craftpassion.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. The top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.

African Flower with 8 Petals

  • Designed by Laura Pavy

This simple and very neat looking blankie in the pictures below is the fantastic work by fatosunhobilerii. What’s more, as you can see, feel free to play with the color combination, because it’s such an amazing patterns, it calls for many, different versions, so make sure to check it out!

African Flower with 8 Petals

Photo by fatosunhobilerii / Instagram.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.com, The top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.

Crochet Hexagon 3D Leaf Motif

  • Designed by crochetwithgg

Im absolutely in love with these 3D flowers in the pictures below. I mean, just take a look at the texture and these vibrant colors, they look like they were taken straight out of a fairytale. What’s more, you can join them together or just make separate decorations of them.

Crochet Hexagon 3D Leaf Motif

Photo by sj.crochet_ / Instagram.com

Find original free video tutorial on YouTube, the top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.

Sweet pea Hexagon Motif

  • Designed by Leah winchester

This adorable little hexagon in the pictures below gives you endless possibilities! For instance, you can make a bunch of these and join them together to make a blanket, purse, pillow case and more! What’s more, it’s the perfect way to get rid of yarn scraps.

Sweet pea Hexagon Motif

Photo by Leah winchester / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Vintage Flower Hexagon Motif

  • Designed by Atty van Norel

These vintage flowers in the pictures below give me a 70’s vibe, right? The colors and sharp edges are so eye catching! What’s more, each hexagon is about 8 inches across, so it’s the perfect size to join them together and create a bigger project. However you can also use them separately as coasters.

Vintage Flower Hexagon Motif

Photo by kallene / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on atty-s.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

Busy Bumble Blanket

  • Designed by Emma Moss

Aren’t bees just the sweetest? And they are absolutely crucial for humans and our planet to survive! So we must do everything to protect them! This little adorable crochet blanket in the pictures below was made by Emma Moss

Busy Bumble Blanket

Photo by Emma Moss / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on bellacococrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Hexagon Throw

  • Designed by Nat Vanderstricht

How about a super colorful and delicate crochet throw, that’s absolutely perfect for summer? Take a look at the pictures below, isn’t it absolutely incredible? It’s a hexagon block and will make the perfect lapghan and a picnic blanket. It’s totally up to you which colors you’ll choose!

Hexagon Throw

Photo by Nat Vanderstricht/ Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on multifocusing.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Hexagon Blossom Afghan

  • Designed by Teresa Chorzepa

If you want to feel a bit of the 70’s vibe, you have to give this amazing pattern in the pictures below a go! As you can see, it’s full of amazing colors and it’s made of simple hexagons, that are very easy to join together at the end. The finished size is about

About 47 x 52 in. (119.5 x 132 cm)About 47 x 52 in. (119.5 x 132 cm)

Hexagon Blossom Afghan

Photo by Teresa Chorzepa / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on lionbrand.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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