8 Crochet Hexagon Projects

I hope you enjoyed our crochet along! We had so much fun creating our hexagons, and we are so excited to share our final hexagon projects with you! 

I hope you find some amazing inspiration for your hexes.  If you are just going us, you can learn about the Crochet Along here, and get all the hexagons here!

8 Projects to make with crochet hexagons

 

 1. Hexagon Coin Purse 

This hexagon coin purse by Flamingo toes is so cute!
8 Projects to make with crochet hexagons

 2. Hexagon Floor Pouf

Relax and put your feet up with this lovely floor pouf by The Firefly Hook. 

8 Projects to make with crochet hexagons

3. Hexagon Granny Cowl

Make this warm, cozy and cute cowl designed by Gleeful Thing. 

8 Projects to make with crochet hexagons 
4.  Hexagon Project Bag

Make this simply adorable motif project bag by Fiber Flux. Perfect for keeping your projects contained. 

8 Projects to make with crochet hexagons

 

 

5. Hexagon Camera Strap

Carry your camera around with this soft and cost camera strap by Whistle and Ivy

 

8 Projects to make with crochet hexagons

 

6. Hexagon Handbag

This handbag  by Hopeful Honey is so fun and so adorable!

8 Projects to make with crochet hexagons

7. Hexagon Heart-Shaped Pillow

This hexagon pillow by Persia Lou would be lovely in any room of your home!

8 Projects to make with crochet hexagons 

8. Hexagon Ball Pillow

Make this fun ball pillow by Lizzie Bella Crochet. 

 Hexagon Ball Pillow

 

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Crochet Hexagon Camera Strap

Hello everyone! 
Today I am sharing my Hexagon Crochet Along project! If you haven’t joined us, you can learn about our crochet along here, it’s never too late to start! This hexagon camera strap is so, so easy, and you can mix an match your hexagons for a fun, whimsical finished project. Plus, it makes your camera very comfy to hold around your neck. 

 

Use crochet hexagons to make this comfortable hexagon camera strap | Whistle and Ivy

 

For this project, you will need 10 Hexagons. Get the hexagon patterns HERE

Start by sewing two strips of 5 together. 
 Use crochet hexagons to make this comfortable hexagon camera strap | Whistle and Ivy
From here, you can either sew it together around your strap, or your can sew it together first and fish your strap through it. I opted to sew it first, then fish the strap though, but it proved to be a bit tricky.  You might want to take your strap off your camera and sew the hexagon strips around it. 

Using a yarn need and some corresponding yarn, sew in and out across the long edges of the strip. Leave the ends un-sewn. 

 

Use crochet hexagons to make this comfortable hexagon camera strap | Whistle and Ivy

 

Once your strap is in place, sew the open edges shut. As you sew across where the strap is, just sew through one layer. 

Use crochet hexagons to make this comfortable hexagon camera strap | Whistle and Ivy
Tie off your ends and your hexagon camera strap is done!
Very easy project! 

Make sure to check out these seven other fabulous projects as well!

8HexagonProjects

Crochet Hexagon Coin Purse – Flamingo Toes

Hexagon Floor Pouf – The Firefly Hook

Hexagon Cowl – Gleeful Things

Hexagon Project Bag – Fiber Flux

Hexagon Camera Strap – Whistle & Ivy

Dahlia Hexagon Handbag – Hopeful Honey

Heart-Shaped Hexagon Pillow – Persia Lou

Hexagon Ball Pillow – Lizzie Bella Crochet

  

Happy crocheting!

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Happy Friday everyone! I hope you all have been joining our Crochet Along. (It’s hexagons, so it is so easy to catch up!) To start the weekend, we wanted to giveaway a $50 gift card to Knit Picks.  Blog Hop Crochet Along Giveaway - Enter to win a $50 gift card to Knit Picks! To enter, choose any of the entry methods in the Rafflecopter widget below(or if you are on a phone or table, click “a rafflecopter giveaway” and enter via rafflecopter.com). 

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Hand-Painted Pillowcase Throw Pillow

Spring has been a bit of a teaser lately. It will get warm and wonderful, and then overnight it gets cold and windy (not even any rain!). I have been itching to get some outdoor cleaning done, as well as indoor cleaning, but I just can’t get myself to do anything while the weather outside is yucky. So even though I have dust in all the nooks and crannies, I can still brighten up my home with some new pillows! These pillows are so easy to make, affordable (especially if you already have some white pillowcases you can use) and completely customizable to your home color scheme. 

These hand-painted throw pillows are fun to make, easy to customize and an inexpensive room update! Continue Reading