Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Crochet Update ~ Hexagon Throw

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I have finally finished all 145 hexagons for the Hexagon Throw I posted about making a little while ago. I now just need to put them all together. The original pattern was for four colours instead of the three that I ended up using, so I am hoping they will still all fit together well. I will show you the outcome when completed.

32 comments:

  1. I'm sure it's going to look lovely once it's completed. I would love to learn to crochet! Is it very simple? x

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  2. I can't wait to see the final outcome!

    Leia

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  3. what a lovely pictures.

    x♥x♥ :)

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  4. wow you've come on so well with it! i've been slacking with mine but you might have inspired me to do some more tonight :D

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  5. Ooh, I can't wait to see...you've been quite busy!

    ♥ V

    http://www.gritandglamour.com

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  6. Wow, you must have worked really hard on this! can't wait to see too:)

    xx

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  7. I've used that wool before – its so lovely and soft – your throw must be shaping up to be be so cosy.

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  8. Wonderful pictures, can't wait to see the finished product. I know it's going to be lovely!

    ~Bonnie

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  9. This is really impressive! I don't think I have ever managed to hold my interest for more than about 10 of those...

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  10. Wow, so many! Can't wait to see what the finished result looks like.

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  11. On a scale of 1 to 10, how hard would you say this crocheting is? I really want to give it a try and these hexagons look like me kind of bag.

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  12. Wow! how creative are you lady?
    I'm in awe...wish i could knit properly, nevermind crochet.
    Can't wait to see the finished result
    x

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  13. Can't wait to see the finished product! Love the colours you've chosen. x

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  14. Wow, I can't wait to see it all put together, I bet it will look gorgeous!

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  15. Looking forward to seeing this. You must have loads of patience to be able to achieve this. Not to mention creativity. xx
    http://www.weshopthereforeweare.co.uk/

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  16. I can't wait to see the final results! Looks like you put so much work in it... loving what I see already!

    And thanks for sharing your Harrogate pics!

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  17. Look forward to it hunni
    sure it'll all come together lovely
    kat xox

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  18. I love this ... I am truly inspired to finish off all of my squares. I am gunna purchase the Happy Hooker booker and make crocheting and knitting my winter projects!!

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  19. you must have so much patience to crochet 145 hexagons but i think the throw will look absolutely lovely and all the more for having made it yourself
    margief
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    www.margieheartsclothes.blogspot.com

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  20. Lovely animation! I love the soft colors. Can't wait to see how it turns out!

    *Ena*

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  21. lula cherie - i didn't find it easy to learn but i think that was due to a lack of time & just sitting down & getting on with it. also, i learned from a book, it would have been much easier if i had had someone to show me

    elizabeth - i would say 8/10 difficult to learn but once it clicks 1/10 for easiness. it is so easy. within quite a short space of time i have been able to find patterns on the internet and work from them. it is so addictive once you start too!

    we shop/margie f - yes, you definitely need patience for this!

    craftycurrant - isn't it the perfcet winter activity!

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  22. You're getting pro! Look how far you have come. You've made a lot already and they look perfect.

    :)

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  23. oooh cant wait to see what it looks like! im sure it will be gorgeous

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  24. aww this is so cute! i can't wait to see the finished thing xx

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  25. My housemate knits a lot of flowers but never knows what to do with them! Will definitely suggest making a throw out of it to her!

    S
    http://notjustmedical.wordpress.com

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  26. Wow, Paula, you're such a busy bee! ;)

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  27. Way to be! Now come teach me. HA!

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  28. I love this little gif, how did you make it?? x

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  29. vintagereflection - i use picasion

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  30. Can't wait to see them end result.

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