Crochet the single crochet hexagon

 So this is one of the patterns which  took me very long to figure out and many failed trials until I got to the final result, just like the bobble stitch hexagon which I had to repeat many times before I finally do it right.

You might think it's simple, but  the single crochet triangle was also difficult at first until one day, I tried and got it right.

You might think this is a bit dramatic, but figuring out these patterns on a certain time, made me think that everything has the right time for it, forcing things or trying to do things when it's not their time yet will only bring frustration and anger and it was so true, I was upset how I was not able to make a simple crochet triangle or hexagon, I thought what's so complicated about it ! but still couldn't make it

And one day believe it or not, I grabbed my hook and yarn and started crocheting and thought I'll just give it a try whether it works or not it's fine and Oh my God!!! I did it  and it was perfect, just the way I wanted it it and the way I also wanted my triangle to be, easy, simple and pretty.

So this is the story, now head on to the written pattern and if you have any questions let me know.

I'll try to post the videos as soon as I'm done with them :)

Happy crocheting!

Left handed video Tutorial

Right handed video tutorial

Pdf Pattern


The yarn of your choice with the required crochet hook, here I used

5 MM crochet hook

red heart soft yarn ( my forever favorite)

Sizes/ Gauge:

All sides: 10 cm


Ch: chain

Sc: single crochet

St: stitch

Decrease: 2sctog

2sctog: insert you hook in the 1st st, pull through, hold, insert you hook again in the next st, pull through and pull through all,

Written Pattern:


Row 1: 2 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, 1 sc in every ch till end of the row, turn.

Row2: ch1, 2 sc in the 1st st as ch1, 1 sc in every st till end of the row, turn.

Row3 to 15: Repeat row 2.

Row 16: ( Decrease), ch1, 2sctog, sc in every st till end of the row. turn.

Row 17 to 31: Repeat row 16

at the last row, you must have 15 st, that's when you know you got the right number in all sides of the hexagon.


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