Hexagon Granny Cowl by Julie King
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Hexagon Granny Cowl

Crochet
April 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
4.5 mm
This pattern is available for free.

This pattern is intended for 5 inch (across from point to point) hexagons that have 9 stitches on each side. All of the hexagons designed for the Blog Hop Crochet Along, including my snowflake hexagon, will work for this. You could really use any 5 inch hexagon pattern out there, just make sure that it has 9 stitches on each side.

Finished Size: Approximately 32 inches around & 12 inches tall. You can easily make it fit tighter by using fewer hexagons (you can still follow the pattern as-is, there won’t be any confusing modifications if you use fewer hexagons).

Difficultly Level: Intermediate

Supplies:
• A crochet hook in a size that allows you to crochet somewhat loosely (I used a 4.5mm).
• Yarn needle for finishing.
• Worsted weight yarn in three colors.
The amount of yarn required will vary depending on which hexagon patterns you’re using. For my example, I used approximately 350 yards of CA, and approximately 150 yards each of CB & CC.

Stitches & Techniques used: sc, dc, chs

Terms of Use: You are welcome and encouraged to sell any items you make using this pattern! All I ask is that when selling online, please credit Julie King / Gleeful Things & provide a link to www.gleefulthings.com. You may NOT sell the pattern, share or distribute it in any form, repost it online, or alter it to claim it as your own (this includes charts & translations to other languages).
Copyright © 2015 Julie King / Gleeful Things. All Rights Reserved.

Looking for more hexagons to use for this? You can find links to all of the hexagons that were designed for the crochet along at the bottom of this blog post.