A Spotty Parcel.

You know how I have been telling you there are some crochet beginnerers taking part in our blanket? Well today’s post is VERY SPECIAL INDEED because I am sharing with you some hexagons made by one of these beginnerers. These hexagons come from Miss C who has probably only been crocheting for a month or maybe two… not that you would guess it at all when you look at them.

These two are the Crochet Starburst Hexagon from Lavender and Wild Rose.

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This one is from Lucy’s Hexagon How-To at Attic24

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Next up is the hexagon pattern from Hazel’s Crochet (a new blog for me to enjoy).

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And finally a pretty hexagon with a flower in the middle which came from the Dorling Kindersley book “A Little Course In Crochet”. We haven’t got any others like these last three hexagons in our blanket at the moment…. they are OOAKs!!!!

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So there you go, five FANTASTIC hexagons from someone who is pretty new to crochet. I know I am seriously impressed. I would not have been brave enough to join in with something like this when I had just started learning to crochet and she has done four different patterns as well. They are all beautiful, but my favourite has to be the flower centred one.

If you would like to join us and take part in the 2014 Collaborative Crochet Blanket, with a chance of winning a beautiful blanket created by your crocheting friends around the world, then there is still time. Final hexagons need to reach me by 30th April 2014. If you would like to read more about the blanket and what is required please click here.

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