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Maureen

Hai,
I am a big fan of you, Lucy... You make really great things and reading and seeing your colorful photos on your blog makes me so happy!
Now I'm busy with the hexagons ;o)
Your tutorial is wonderful and with such GREAT tips!
Thank you very much for sharing...
Love,
Maureen

Jenni

I feel so silly, I have 3 hexagon's completed (yah for me)! The circle part of the motif is not laying totally flat, is this alright? I am trying to do the attach as you go method and have a question. Can I do this with only 3 hexagon's done or do I need a total of 6 (one for each side) I can't picture how to keep adding on. (blush) Thanks so very much!!!

justine (Lyon, FRANCE)

hi Lucy,
I discovered Rowan handknit DK cotton on your blog!! I have made a command (there is no Rowan in France) to make my own hexagon cover (I LOVE IT). I don't know this yarn but I've command 16 colours. How many ball of each colors had you needed??
(sorry for my laborious english!!!!)
Your blog is the better than I know, thank you very much!!!

Jenni

Hi Lucy! Could you please take a look at my hexi afghan in process. Was I supposed to be attaching in strips? My poor blankie is not laying flat. Something seems to be a-miss http://www.ravelry.com/projects/squirlko/hexagon-how-to

Loretta

Thank you so much for this tutorial! I've admired the beautiful hexagon afghans on flickr, but was a bit daunted by the prospect of making one.
I've just made my first hexagon while sitting in front of the computer reading this, and it was easy! I'm quite a novice at reading crochet patterns, but your instructions and photos are wonderful :)
Rett

Happydacks

Your crochet is awe inspiring! Thank you for sharing this, very good photos and clear directions.. I'm sure I will still have trouble but I am determined to work it out.
I'll be stopping by your blog again and browsing some more! Lovely Work!
Chele x


judy

Hi Lucy, So glad you are back Thanks soooo much for the hexagon tutorial I am ready to go but just one question did you work totally random for your colors or did you make a certain number in each color combination and then start to join them also how many balls of eash color did you use THANKS and keep brightening my days

Lora

Hi! I love this pattern and thank you for posting it. I have just started making them - my first time ever making a granny square type blanket - so excited! Can you tell me about how many little circlets I need to make before I join them to each other for the blanket? I want to make them all first then join them together. Thanks!

Stella

Hello Lucy, just commented on your last post but I have a question about the yarn you used for the hexagon blanket. How many yards is the 50gr skein you used?
I am using a 110gr skein that is 250 meters long. I have the feeling that the blanket will turn out quite heavy.. I hope I am wrong..

Here is the blanket again..
http://www.flickr.com/photos/stellamaria/3533112472/in/photostream/

Thanks in advance for your time!

Linda Solaiman

I love your hexagons am already on the way to creating a beautiful lap rug for charity. However the sides look fine kind of zig zag but the ends tend to stick out a bit because there is more of the hexagon showing if you know what I mean. Do you do some kind of edging or just leave it as it is.
Thanks!

Shoey

I love your pattern, can't wait to get started, thank you so much for sharing

valéria vieira

Uau!!!!!!!!!! what a wonderfull craft and so beautifull blog abd delicious way of life!!!!
Congratualtions and thank you very much.
I am a brasilian woman, age 42, a daughter 6 years and love crochet too.
I loved your colors and crochets
Kisses
valéria
valerry35@hotmail.com

Berta

Thank you so much!
Your wodk its wonderful.
To Spain

sara

Truly helpful!! Thanks so much for the time you spent to spell this out and to photograph each eensy weensy step. I really need that!
Sara in Salt Lake City
ibbyskibby.com

aleisha

awessome colors

Olga

Oh!!!Thank you.It is very beautiful work.Lga

Tijm

Hello, I start right now with this beautiful pattern! Thank you so much for writing this pattern out!

Gea

Hello
I have a question
you must already dreads that to the back of the hook work comes all fasten???

Anjeanette

Wow! Gorgeous. thanks for such a nice tutorial!!

Catherine

Oh WOW! Thank you so much! I'm thrilled to have stumbled upon your blog. I've always been too daunted and confused by regular crochet patterns. Your instuctions and photos are brilliant. I made my first hexagon straight away.

sherrie t

i have just finished this wonderful blanket in girl baby colors. i wanted to border it and didn't know how to do the shell edge with all the turns. can you point me to any instructions or tutorials. i am a knitter but your blanket has put me on the hook. thanks,sherriet

Candice

Hi! I started a hexagon blanket awhile ago and then found your pattern and started over. the edging is much more even with your hexagons. I want the edge on the sides to be even though and was wondering if you could tell me how to do half of one of these hexagons...? It would be much appreciated!

Mary Reb

Great pattern for a circle in a hexagon.
Love your website. Thanx.
Mary
San Diego, California
USA

Gloria mamma oca

Hello! You have a lovely way to put colors togeter! i really like your work! You and me have some things in common but I'm much older than you and I'm italian. anyway thankyou very much for have show your precious thinks!

tissuline

ce que tu fais est superbe !
merci pour les explications !

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