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Solid Hexagon Pattern

Updated April 30, 2024

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These Solid Crochet Hexagon are perfect for beginners and can be used for lots of different crochet projects.  There is a YouTube tutorial for this Solid Hexagon pattern at the base of this post.

Crochet Solid Hexagon Tutorial
Solid Hexagon

Pattern use ideas

  • Blankets
  • Cushions
  • Scarfs
  • Cowls

Materials and Tools

Yarn: Style Craft Baby DK in colours: baby, mint, lilac and lemon

Hook: 5mm


Darning Needle

Pattern notes

Written in UK terms (See the UK to US Conversion chart)

This pattern gives you the basic principles for the solid hexagon, designed to help you create your own projects.

Video tutorial can be found at the base of the post.

Solid Hexagon
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Crochet Terms

Chain(s): ch(s): Yarn over, pull through

Double Crochet(s): dc(s):  Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, you will have two loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through remaining two loops.

Treble Crochet(s): tr(s):  Yarn over, insert into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, you will have three loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops, yarn over, pull through remaining two loops.

How to Crochet: a handy reference guide

Unsure of the differences between UK and US terms? Need a refresher on how to do your stitches? In my ‘How to crochet: A handy reference guide’ EBook I help you with all of these terms and you can always have them to hand! You will also get exclusive access to free video instructions. You can find my EBook HERE.

Solid Hexagon Stitch Pattern

To begin: Chain 4, insert hook into the first chain to make a circle

Round 1: Ch3, tr, ch2, *2tr, ch2* 5 times, connect into the 3rd chain from the bottom.

The chain 2 spaces have made the ‘Corners’

Round 2: Ch3, tr into the top of stitch, tr in space, *ch2, tr in corner, tr into top of next two stitch, tr into same corner* 5 times, ch2, tr into corner, connect into third chain from the bottom.

Round 3: ch3, tr in next 2stitches, tr in corner, ch2, *tr in corner, tr in next 4 stitches, tr in corner, ch2* 5 times, tr in corner, tr in top on stitch, connect and tie off.

Video Tutorials

You can also follow this tutorial to make a half hexagon

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If you love creating hexagons you might enjoy these crochet hexagon projects:

Hexi Cowl by Tahryn
Hexi Cowl by Tahryn

Hexi Cowl by designer Tahrn. Click here for the pattern.

Granny Hexi Pillow by Bella Coco Crochet. Image by Quail Studio

Granny Hexi pillow is an exclusive pattern featured in my book. You can Crochet With Bella Coco, click below to find out more.

I always love to see your makes so if you try any of my patterns or follow my stitch tutorials please tag me @bellacococrochet or use the #bellacococrochet

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  • Danielle Zecher
    April 2, 2020 at 7:37 pm

    These are so pretty! Is there a left-handed version of this video?

    • BellaCocoTeam
      April 7, 2020 at 8:36 am

      Hi Danielle I don’t have a left handed version of this video at the moment 🙂

  • Musical Lottie
    March 1, 2021 at 12:28 am

    Hi, what do the asterisks mean please? Are they like brackets, so what’s in them needs to be repeated the number of times specified – e.g. “*2tr, ch2* 5 times” means (2tr, ch2)x5? I want to try following a pattern without watching the video to make sure my understanding is correct (but chose one with the video so that if it goes wrong I can then watch to work out where and what went wrong).

    • Musical Lottie
      March 1, 2021 at 12:44 am

      Oh actually, never mind, I’ve just found it says it in the Herringbone stitch instructions 🙂


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