Rainbow solid Hexagon Blanket
I wanted to create a solid hexagon blanket that resembled a color wheel like you’d see in design software. I created this PDF graph to make it a little easier to follow knowing what colors I needed to make, and as I attached them, I crossed off each hexagon on my printed graph.
I used various different brands of worsted weight acrylic yarns to complete this project.
I used this tutorial for creating the solid hexagons, but I made my hex’s one round larger.
I used this tutorial for creating the half-hexagons for the edges of the blanket.
I used a size H (5mm) crochet hook.
I joined my hex’s together using the whip-stitch method.
The finished blanket measures ” by ”
Note: There were a few times where I moved hex’s around or swapped colors here and there, because I thought they looked better than what was on the graph. Use the graph as a tool to get you started, but once you get going, adapt as you feel necessary! 🙂
Download the hexagon graph PDF here:
All designs are originally created by Stephanie Lewis and copyright protected.
For personal use only – please do not sell the graph, but you may sell blankets made from the graph! Thank you!!