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20 beautiful crochet hexagon blanket patterns for all skill levels.

These free patterns will inspire you to create your own classic crochet blanket.

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Hexagon Flower Blanket from Knitting with Chopsticks

This free hexie blanket pattern works up quickly in super chunky weight yarn. The pattern has a simple whip stitch seaming method and includes step-by-step photos and instructions for four sizes – toddler, throw, twin, and double.

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Tunisian Crochet Hexagon Blanket from Knitter Knotter

This free hexagon blanket is simply stunning. The pattern was released as a CAL and is designed for the Tunisian crochet in the round technique.

I’ve been very interested in learning how to do Tunisian crochet in the round, and this pattern includes a detailed tutorial. I haven’t started mine yet, but this blanket is on my project list!

There are 30 different hexagons in this pattern, with instructions included for joining them. You’ll need 4.5 mm and 5mm crochet hooks and #1 sock/fingering weight yarn.

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The Winnie Blanket from Meghan Makes Do

The Winnie Blanket is a free pattern that uses simple colour changes and solid hexagons to create this gorgeous honeycomb effect. The blanket has 59 individual hexagons and eight trapezoids (half hexagons). The trapezoids are used to straighten up the sides.

You’ll need #4 medium/worsted weight yarn, e.g., Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice – about 1468 yards (1342 m) in White and 1350 yards (1234 m) in Mustard and a 5 mm crochet hook.

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The Flower Power Blanket from This Pixie Creates

This crochet hexagon blanket shows that hexagon blankets can be gorgeous in one solid colour. The pattern uses #4 medium/worsted weight yarn and a 6 mm crochet hook.

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Free Crochet Hexagon Blanket Pattern from Happy In Red

This pretty crochet hexagon has a lacy, spoked centre and is finished in solid double crochet rounds. You’ll need 370 g of #2 sport weight yarn – 100g for the centres and edging, plus 270 g for the main parts of the hexagons.

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Hexagon Scrapghan from The Cookie Snob

A scrapghan is a great project for using up leftover yarn scraps. This one features 225 hexagons joined with the mattress stitch!

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Photo: Vinnis Colours

Colour Splash Hexagon Blanket by Vinnis Colours

This crochet hexagon throw has 237 unique hexagons in 71 different colours! It uses #3 light/DK-weight cotton yarn and a 3.5 mm hook. The finished blanket is approximately 39″ x 53″ (100 cm x 135 cm).

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The Buzzing Beehive Crochet Blanket from Briana K Designs

I think this honey bee-themed blanket would be so wonderful in a nursery or child’s bedroom. The hexagons are crocheted in rows using single crochet but are rated intermediate due to the colourwork – written instructions and graphs are included. The finished blanket measures 44″ wide and 63″ long (112cm x 160 cm) and is blocked.

You’ll need 2,800 yards of #4 medium/worsted weight yarn, e.g., I Love This Yarn!, from Hobby Lobby and a 5 mm crochet hook. The blanket pictured used five skeins in the Ivory colourway, three skeins in Sungold, one skein in Light Grey, one skein in Buttercup, one skein in Dark Grey, one in Walnut, and one in Dappled Wheat.

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Flower Patch Throw Pattern from Yarnspirations

This crochet hexagon blanket uses simple double crochet hexagons for the background and flower hexagons featuring textured front and back post stitches.

You’ll need #4 Aran weight yarn, e.g., Caron One Pound and a 5.5 mm crochet hook. A chart is included for the hexagons, as well as written instructions.

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Photo: And She Laughs

Boardwalk Hexie Blanket by And She Laughs

This free pattern features filet crochet to make the hexagons – rather than individual hexagons, this pattern is worked row by row. It also uses the intarsia method for the colour changes.

The finished blanket is 36″ x 44″ (91 cm x 112 cm). It’s made from #4 worsted weight yarn with a 5 mm crochet hook. The project pictured uses Shine yarn from We Crochet – seven 50 g skeins in the Sailor colourway, seven skeins in Cream, and eight in Sweet Potato.

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Hex Blanket Crochet Pattern from Premier Yarns

This crochet blanket is a fun project that showcases the vibrant colours of the Premier Sweet Roll Fruits yarn.

The hexagons that make up the blanket are crocheted in basic single crochet stitches, and each hexagon measures 13 inches (33 cm) across.

The finished blanket is approximately 55 inches by 55 inches (140 cm by 140 cm) and includes 19 individual hexagons.

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Vintage Hexies from Made By Anita

The Vintage Hexies is a free pattern for a join-as-you-go crochet blanket, perfect for using up little bits of leftover yarn.

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Hygge Burst Hexie Blanket Pattern from NautiKrall

Hygge Burst is a colourful crochet hexagon blanket worked in #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn. The pattern features the puff stitch and four double-crochet cluster stitches.

A 5 mm crochet is recommended, and the finished blanket is 48″ wide and 59″ long (122 cm x 150 cm) after blocking.

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Flowers In Bloom Crochet Hexagon Blanket from Morine’s Hooked On Yarn

This free hexagon pattern is a combination of the sunflower granny and the classic granny and features a fun puff stitch border.

It uses #DK weight yarn in eight contrasting colours and is suitable for advanced beginners. The finished blanket is approximately 45″ x 60″ (114 cm x 152 cm).

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Autumn Woodlands Blanket from Vinnis Colours

I love the colour pattern used in this intermediate to advanced-level crochet hexagon blanket. The yarn used is Vinnis Colours Serina – a beautiful sport-weight, 100% bamboo yarn. A detailed colour chart is included in the pattern so you can recreate it.

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Mandala Sampler Throw from Yarnspirations

The Mandal Sampler is a free, intermediate-level pattern featuring surface crochet. You’ll need a 5.5 mm crochet hook and #4 medium-weight yarn.

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Frida’s Flowers by Jane Crowfoot

Inspired by Mexican folk art, this beautiful crochet hexagon blanket was released as a crochet-along project. The pattern is suitable for advanced beginners looking to learn new techniques – the comprehensive instructions include step-by-step photos.

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Inspirational Hexie Blanket from A Spoonful of Yarn

This beautiful pattern comprises a granny hexagon and a solid hexagon – and includes detailed information on the colourways used for each. The final rounds are crocheted in the same colour, in either a solid or floral design, and use a join-as-you-go technique.

The project pictured above uses Scheepjes Catona and Scheepjest Stonewashed – #2 sport weight yarn – with a 3.5 mm crochet hook for the hexagons and a 4 mm hook for joining.

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The Carousel Blanket by Sue Pinner

The Carousel Blanket is a beautiful free pattern inspired by fairgrounds and the circus big top. It’s a great project for expanding your crochet skills and video tutorials accompany each part of the pattern.

The pattern offers two different colourways for #DK weight yarn – I love the Stylecraft Batik DK version – pictured above. The finished blanket is approximatel 60″ (152 cm) in diameter.

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Boho Spell Blanket frrom DROPS Design

Boho Spell is a free pattern for a classic crochet hexagon blanket pefect for using up all your #DK weight yarn.

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