SUNILA HEXAGON

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Sunila Hexagon- Free Crochet Pattern

This Sunila Hexagon is part of a Facebook Group CAL Challenge!
A quick fun hexagon to work up. Sunila meaning – Dark blue.

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Skill Level – Easy

Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Concentration required.

MATERIALS:

Yarn: Your choice! Check out Colors & Yarn below!

Notes: Tension is NOT necessary for this project to be perfect – same type of yarn and hook throughout the project is recommended.

Yarns: Eco-Cotton DK Nurturing Fibres

Hooks & Notions:

Hook 3. 75 (F) Clover
Yarn needle

Notes:
I use US Crochet stitch terminology.
Due to the nature of this pattern – the yarn and hook used is only a suggestion and any substitute may be used.
Size of finished product will vary depending on yarn and also size of hook used.

Size: approx 13 cm (5 inches) in diameter

Abbreviations:

CH – chain
SL ST – slip stitch
SC – single crochet (UK – DC)
HDC – half double crochet (UK – HTR)
DC – double crochet (UK – TR)
TR – treble crochet (UK – DTR)
BLP – back loop

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Special Stitches:

FPDC – front post double crochet

Resource for tutorial – courtesy of Fiber Flux

3 DC Popcorn:
Work 3 double crochet  into same space; remove hook; insert into first and last DC; yarn over; pull thru.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Colors: I only use 4 colors for each Hexagon

  • Aqua – A
  • Baltic – B
  • Vanilla – C
  • Mist – D
  • Anvil – E
  • Cobblestone – F
  • Charcoal – G
  • Pecan – H

With A

CH 6; SL ST to form a ring

RND 1: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 1 DC into ring; (CH 3; work 2 DC into ring) 5 times; CH 3; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.  (6 x 2 DC groups = 12 DC)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Join G into any space 3 CH space.

RND 2: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 2 DC into same space; remove hook; into into 3rd of 3 CH and into 2nd DC; yarn over; pull thru both loops (starting Popcorn); CH 3; work Popcorn into SAME space; CH 3.
*Work [Popcorn, CH 3; Popcorn] into next 3 CH space; CH 3.**
Repeat from * to ** 4 more times; SL ST into top of starting Popcorn.
(12 x 3 CH space; 12 x Popcorn)
Fasten  off and weave in ends.

Join B into any 3 CH space.

RND 3: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 2 DC into same space; CH 2; SKIP Popcorn.
*Work 3 DC into next 3 CH space; CH 2; SKIP Popcorn.**
Repeat from * to ** 10 more times; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.
(12 x 2 CH spaces; 12 x 3 DC groups ).
Fasten  off and weave in ends.

Join H into any 2 Ch space.

RND 4: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work [2 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into same 2 CH space; work 1 FPDC around each of next 3 DC; SKIP next 2 CH space; work 1 FPDC around each of next 3 DC.
*Work [3 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into same 2 CH space; work 1 FPDC around each of next 3 DC; SKIP next 2 CH space; work 1 FPDC around each of next 3 DC.**
Repeat from * to ** 4 more times.
(12 STS on each side – 36 FPDC; 36 DC; 6 x 2 CH spaces)
Fasten  off and weave in ends.

Join A into any 2 CH space

Note: for this round work into back-loops

RND 5: Work 1 SC into same space; work 1 SC into next 3 DC; work 1 SC into 3 FPDC; work 1 FPTR around RND 2 Popcorn; work 1 SC into 3 FPDC; work 1 SC into next 3 DC.
*Work 1 SC into next 2 CH space; work 1 SC into next 3 DC; work 1 SC into 3 FPDC; work 1 FPTR around RND 2 Popcorn; work 1 SC into 3 FPDC; work 1 SC into next 3 DC.**
(13 SC per side) – you should have 13 STS for each side – NOT including corner SC. Fasten  off and weave in ends.

Sunila Hexagon - Free Crochet Pattern | Creative Crochet Workshop #freecrochetpattern #crochet #crochetalong #hexagon @creativecrochetworkshop

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