Make this: Crochet Honeycomb Baby Blanket – Free Pattern

Crochet this Honeycomb Baby Blanket

View File to PrintThis crocheted Honeycomb Baby Blanket has got us all a buzz. Made and created by Jan at the Meridian Craft Warehouse, we think this blanket is the bee’s knees and we thought you would too.

Make this for a new baby, for a pet, as a lap blanket, or add on more to make it bigger. The finished size of this pattern is about 31″ x 38″. Print this free pattern by clicking on the “Print this” icon on the top right corner.

This would be good for a beginner to intermediate.

Supplies:

• 2 skeins Vanna’s Choice in White
• 2 skeins Vanna’s Choice in Silver Grey
• 2 skeins Vanna’s Choice in Mustard
• 2 skeins Vanna’s Choice in Lemon

Free Pattern for Honeycomb Blanket Crochet Pattern
The crochet blanket display the Meridian Craft Warehouse

• Size H crochet hook
• Yarn needle
• Scissors

 

Key:

ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sl st – slip stitch

Directions:

Round 1: Begin with a magic ring. Ch 1 to secure, then ch 2 more, dc in magic loop, ch 2, *2 dc, ch* 5 more times in the loop, sl st to join last ch to the top of the first series of 3 ch.

Round 2: Ch 3, dc in the next dc stitch, *dc, ch 2, dc in chain gap from previous round, dc in the next 2 dc* repeat 5 more times, dc, ch 2 in last corner gap, sl st to join corner gap to last ch of the first series of ch 3. Each hex side should have 4 dc stitches separated by a ch 2 gap.

Round 3: Ch 3, dc in next 2 dc, *dc, ch 2, dc in last chain gap from the previous round, dc in next 4 dc* repeat 5 more times, dc, ch 2, dc in last corner gap. Dc in remaining 1 dc, sl st to last ch at the top of the first series of 3 ch. Each hex side now has 6 dc stitches separated by a ch 2 space.

Round 4: Ch 3, dc in next 3 dc, *dc, ch 2, dc in chain gap from the previous round, dc in next 6 dc* repeat 5 more times, dc, ch 2, dc in last corner gap, dc in remaining 2 dc. Join with a sl st in last ch of the first series of 3 ch. Each hex side now has 8 dc stitches.

Round 5: With white, join yarn to a hex side and sc in each dc around, making 2 sc in each ch 2 gap from the previous round.

You will need to make 45 hex pieces for the blanket. Lay them out as desired starting with a row of 6, then a row of 7, repeat. With a yarn needle, sew rows together using the white yarn.