I’m working on a hexagon blanket, got the pattern from Attic24. She has a great tutorial on her site so it’s easy to get the hang of it.
I’m using Léttlopi-yarn – 4mm hook.
It’s not finished but I’m going to try and get it done by February. Each hexagon is different, I keep track in Excel, my father will be proud when he hears it. I might actually end up making two of each square if the hexagon blanket is too small. I´ll make up my mind when I decide what I’m going to do with it. Pretty sure I have some pregnant friends and I think the colours work both for a boy or a girl.
The hexagon blanket is one of those projects you can work on whenever you have even just a little bit of time. You can crochet one hexagon a day and you´ll have a whole blanket in not time. The beauty of it is that you can easily weave in the ends while you crochet and join the hexagons as you go along. That way you won’t have to spend ages on the boring stuff when the project is almost finished
Here it is: