4″ crochet hexagon pattern perfect for scrap projects. This hexagon has a floral shape in the center and a solid outline around it. Find the free pattern below.
I’m making these small hexagons to use up my scrap yarns and partial skeins for a scrap blanket. I will share when I am finished, but thought I would share the pattern in the mean time if you would like to work along with me.
These hexagons are only two rows each and once you get the pattern down, it’s a very easy, tv-watching kind of project.
To join the hexagons, I will use my crochet together method that I use to join my granny squares. I am planning to join them all with white yarn for a fun detail on the back.
Crochet Hexagon Pattern
You can use any yarn size you want with appropriate hook size, hexagons size will vary.
Leave about 12 inches of a yarn tail to sew the hexagons together. If you opt to sew them all together with a different yarn, your tail just needs to be long enough to weave in.
Worsted weight yarn
6mm crochet hook
Tapestry needle and scissors
Row 1: Magic ring, ch 3, dc2tog, *ch 2, dc3tog, repeat from * 4 more times, ch 2, join to first st, sl st to ch 2 sp
Row 2: (Ch 3, 2dc, ch 2, 3dc) all in ch 2 sp, *dc in next st, (3dc, ch 2, 3dc) in next ch 2 sp, repeat from * around, dc in next st, join to top of beginning ch 3
Fasten off, leave long tail for sewing hexagons together.