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Crochet Letter H

 How to crochet the letter H You can chain any number depending how bi or small you want the number to be. I used cotton mercerized yarn and 2.5 mm hook.                              Video Tutorial Written Pattern Ch 17 Row1: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch till the end of the row Row2 to 6: ch1, sc in every st. fasten off. Row 7: join the yarn with a sl knot in the 7th st, ch1, sc in the same st, sc in the next 3 st, turn. Row8 to 11: ch1, sc in every st, continue chaining, 7. Row 12: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch and st, continue chaining 6. Row 13: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch and st. Row 14 to 17: ch1, sc in every st. fasten off.                      

Crochet the hexagon granny square

 So I have done many hexagon shapes and projects with crochet before, like the single crochet hexagon and bobble stitch hexagon and what is different about them it is that they are not worked in rounds but flat, which makes the look of them unusual and pretty.

And because I love granny square so much, I have done many thing as well with granny square or more precisely granny stripes, I wanted to try and make the hexagon granny stripes as well to see how it looks, I couldn't find any thing on the internet about it so good I'll be the first one.

But honestly it didn't turn the way I wanted it to be, nevertheless it still looks like a hexagon.

Video Tutorial

PDF Pattern

Written pattern

ch20 or any number of your choice.

Row 1: 2dc in the 3rd ch from the hook, sk 2, 3 dc in the next st, repeat, 3 dc in the last st.

Row2: ch3, 2dc in the same st, 3 dc in the space and every space, 3 dc in the last st.

Repeat row 2 for 8 more times.

Row 11: ch3, 3dc in the next space and every sp, 1 dc in the last st

Repeat row 11 for 9 more times.

Fasten off


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