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Beautiful Crochet Hexagons

If you like the symmetry and repeatability of patterns, these crochet hexagons are just for you! You will learn once and you can make them over and over again to create beautiful decorations for your home or clothes. What’s more, each of these hexagons is beginner-friendly. Not to mention, that they make the best base for many fun projects! Feel free to change the colors and experiment! Let me know if you like these projects!

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Star Lily Crochet Hexagon

  • Designed by Beverly McCullough

What a beautiful flower is in this crochet hexagon! You can make a lily pond when you gather them in a blanket. It will also look beautiful on a market bag or a pouch. Save this free crochet hexagon pattern for the future. The link is below.

free crochet hexagon pattern

Photos by Beverly McCullough /

Find the original free pattern on


Hexagon With Snowflake #3

  • Designed by Veronika Liachovic

Here is a good piece for your Christmas projects — a free hexagon crochet pattern with a snowflake inside. You can use it for a blanket or a festive cardigan. You can make a snowy garland or even add separate hexagons to a Christmas tree. How do you like the idea?

free hexagon crochet pattern

Photos by Veronika Liachovic /

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


Vintage Flower Hexagon Motif

  • Designed by Atty van Norel

Can you imagine a beautiful flower field on your sofa or bed? I can, looking on this fantastic project. Hexagons give the floral blanket a unique dynamic rhythm. It seems extraordinary and so lovely! Vintage Flower Hexagon Motif impressed me greatly, so I should take this free flower hexagon crochet pattern and make a bed cover. And I encourage you to do the same.

free flower hexagon crochet pattern

Photos by Atty van Norel /

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


Dainty African Flower Motif

  • Designed by Elizabeth Mareno

I have never seen such hexagon flowers before, especially in a free crochet pattern. I saw many floral basics, but these are more compact and look like a beautiful bouquet of forget-me-nots just in an African motif. These flowers will fit a lot of projects! You can use it for various baby blankets, throws, summer bags, or even crochet cardigans.

flower hexagon free crochet pattern

Photos by Elizabeth Mareno /

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


Sunburst Granny Hexagon

  • Designed by Morine’s Shop

Granny squares are the basis for many further projects — pillows, blankets, cardigans, totes, etc. Granny hexagon is something unusual but still multifunctional. The free crochet pattern is based on classic granny square and basic hexagon. So, you just need to combine these two techniques and create something fabulous! And don’t worry, there is a tutorial.

free granny hexagon crochet pattern

Photos by Morine’s Shop /

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


Hexagon Flower

  • Designed by Hila Lifshitz

Here is the easiest way to learn how to crochet Tunisian stitches! Take this free hexagon crochet pattern and read a detailed tutorial. Bingo! First, you’ll create lovely hexagon flowers for various projects. Second, study standard crochet stitches and Tunisian too.

As an idea, single hexagons can play the role of beautiful coasters.

free flower hexagon crochet pattern

Photos by Hila Lifshitz /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.


Merry-Go-Round Hexagon

  • Designed by Mijo Crochet

Merry-Go-Round Hexagon is a lovely floral design. It will allow you to create for instance a beautiful blanket, table runner, or just anything you want. This hexagon looks intricate but is not that hard to make. It looks great in soft pastels. However don’t hesitate to bring a pop of colour on petals or center. Do you like it? Let me know! 

Photos by Mijo Crochet  / Mijo

Find original free pattern on


Flower Hexagon

  • Designed by thelazyhobbyhopper

This hexagon with a beautiful flower in the center is really beautiful! Imagine a blanket made of such lovely hexagons, wouldn’t that look lovely? Of course, a blanket is not the only way. You can do whatever you want!

crochet hexagons

Photos by thelazyhobbyhopper /

Find original free pattern on


If you like this post, make sure to also check out: Wonderful Crochet Christmas Bells Patterns


Simple Flower Hexagon

  • Designed by Crafting Happiness

These sweet crochet hexagons in the pictures below were made by Crafting Happiness. They will be a great base for many fun projects. Like for instance blankets, table runners, or even sweaters! It’s a simple, quick and just adorable project.

Simple Flower Hexagon

PHOTOS by Crafting Happiness  /

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


Sunflower Hexagon 60

  • Designed by Dani Rush

How sweet is this crochet hexagon in the pictures below? It’s made by Dani Rush. And it really reminds me of summer! I’m thinking it would be a really cute blanket or pillow case, don’t you think? What’s more, it’s a great project to use up any leftovers!

Sunflower Hexagon 60

PHOTOS by Dani Rush  /

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.


Starflower Hexagon

  • Designed by Julie Mnemosyne

These beautiful, flowery hexagons in the pictures below were made by thewoollycloset. You can make them in pretty much any yarn weight you want. It’s a really great base for many fun projects. For instance starting with blankets and cushions, as well as sweaters and scarves!

Starflower Hexagon

PHOTOS byt hewoollycloset  /

Find original free pattern on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

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