Hello my loves! I hope that you are all well. I am so thrilled to be bringing you, after many quests, a pattern for my Granny Hexx Crochet Cardi! I saw so many posts going around with variations of the granny hexagon cardigan that I finally had to give it a go myself, with a few little additions. I'm so thrilled with how it turned out, but I'm even more thrilled that everyone has enjoyed it so much.
I've been crocheting for some time and am no stranger to playing with different designs, but this is one of my first patterns so if you run into any trouble or anything needs to be clarified please let me know 🖤
If you would like a .pdf download of this pattern, you can find it here.
I am a working (self-employed) artist, so if you are in a place where you can pay or offer a donation for the downloadable pattern I would be a thousand times appreciative! However if that's not you, please, please just enjoy and use the code GRANNYHEXX to download for free! I want as much of what I do to be accessible to everyone.
Thank you so much for your support and stopping by, and have fun with the pattern
Granny Hexx Crochet Cardi
Stitches Used: just the basics!
- size N/9.00 mm hook
- Color 1 | Big Twist value worsted yarn in Sage
- Color 2 | Big Twist tweed in Navy
HEX ONE | using color 1
Create a magic circle and ch 3. (2 dc into the circle. Ch 2.) Repeat 5x so that you have a total of 6 clusters and 6 ch spaces. Close with a sl into the first ch 3. Ch 3 & turn.
*If you'd like to watch a tutorial of the magic ring I made, check it out here!
(2 dc in the gap made be first row’s ch 2, ch 2, then 2 dc in that same gap--this is your corner. Ch 1. Skip cluster and work into the next gap) Repeat 5 more times and end with a sl in the first ch 3. Ch 3 & turn.
(2 dc into the gap made by previous row’s ch 2. Ch 1. 2 dc into the next gap, ch 2, then 2 dc into the same gap--this is your corner. Ch 1.) Repeat 5 more times. Finish by sl around the first ch 3. Ch 3 & turn.
(2 dc into a gap from the previous row. Ch 1. 2 dc into the next gap, ch 2, then 2 dc into the same gap--this is your corner. Ch 1. 2 dc in the next gap. Ch 1.) Repeat 5 more times. Finish by sl around the first ch 3. Ch 3 & turn.
Rows 5 - ?
Repeat row 4 adding one 2 dc cluster (2 dc, ch 1) before the first corner (2 dc, 2 ch, 2 dc in the same stitch) for each additional row.
Keep going until the point from the center to a flat side measures the length of the inside of your arm from your armpit to roughly your elbow. (Mine is about a size small and ended up being 12 rows, which with this weight yarn and hook measures 9 inches).