Free Crochet Hexagon Blanket Pattern

Last Updated on January 30, 2024

The Diamonds Blanket is a crochet hexagon blanket pattern, it can be made in a throw or lapghan size.

This crochet blanket is made from crochet hexagons using the filet crochet method with added puff stitches. This fun stitch combination creates a unique textured crochet hexagon pattern with a more modern look.

Scroll down for the free written instructions.

This is a photo of free hexagon crochet pattern made by gootie

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How To Crochet a Hexagon Blanket

A crochet hexagon blanket pattern is usually made of small crochet hexagons joined together.

Crocheting a hexagon is easy, the classic way is starting with a circle and continuing to increase in 6 of the corners every round.

For the Diamonds Hexagon Blanket, we are making a crochet hexagon shape in a different way since we are using the filet crochet method. So the increase is made on both sides of each of the corners at first, and only halfway we start increasing in the corners.

The unique shape of the hexagons in this free hexagon crochet blanket was inspired by my Diamond Series, this pattern series includes the Diamonds Doily, Paved Diamonds Rug, and the Diamond Coasters.


How Many Crochet Hexagons Do You Need For a Blanket?

This question depends on the size of your hexagon and the final hexagon blanket size you want to make.

For the Diamonds Blanket pattern, you can either make a lapghan crochet blanket, or a crochet throw size blanket.

Since each of the hexagons is 12” (30.5 cm) in diameter, for lapghan blanket you will need 11 hexagons and 2 half hexagons. And for the Throw hexagon blanket, you will need 18 crochet hexagons and 4 half hexagons.

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What Yarn Should You Use For a Hexagon Afghan Crochet Pattern?

When making big blankets, it’s recommended to use thick yarn, such as Worsted (#4) or Bulky (#5) weight yarns. Because we also want to keep the beautiful texture of the blanket, I would use Worsted (#4) yarn, and not thicker.

For my Diamonds crochet hexagon blanket pattern, I used Knit Picks – Swish. that was generously provided to me by WeCrochet.

The swish yarn is a light worsted yarn, it consists of 100% Fine Superwash Merino Wool, and it is so so soft! It became of my favorite yarns to use!

this is a photo of how to crochet a hexagon made by gootie

Crochet Hexagon Blanket PDF Pattern
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Free Crochet Hexagon Blanket Pattern


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Skill Level – Intermediate

Materials

4.5 mm crochet hook, or hook size to meet gauge (I like this hook)
– Worsted (#4) weight yarn – I used Knit Picks – Swish
Throw – 1,430 grams/3,150m/3,444yds
Lapghan – 880 grams/1,980m/2,165yds
6 stitch markers (optional)

Abbreviations (US)

blo – work in back loop only
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
dc2tog double crochet 2 together: yo, insert hook into indicated st, yo and pull up a loop, yo and pull yarn through only 2 loops. Yo, insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop, yo and pull yarn through only 2 loops, yo and pull yarn through remaining 3 loops.
Dpuffpuff decrease: (yo, insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop) x 2 times working into indicated st, (yo, insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop) x 2 times working into next st, yo and pull through 8 loops, yo again and pull through 2 remaining loops.
PM – place markers
puff – (yo, insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop) x 4 times working into same st, yo and pull through 8 loops, yo again and pull through 2 remaining loops.
sc – single crochet
sc3togsingle crochet 3 together: insert hook into indicated st, yo and pull up a loop, (insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop)x2, yo and pull yarn through all 3 loops.
sp – space
Spuffsmall puff: (yo, insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop) x 3 times working into same st, yo and pull through 6 loops, yo again and pull through 2 remaining loops.
ss – slip stitch
st – stitch
tr – treble crochet
yo – yarn over


How to Crochet the Small Puff Stitch (Spuff)

(yo, insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop) x 3 times working into same st, yo and pull through 6 loops, yo again and pull through 2 remaining loops.

this is a photo of How to crochet small puff stitch made by gootie


How to Crochet the Puff stitch

(yo, insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop) x 4 times working into same st, yo and pull through 8 loops, yo again and pull through 2 remaining loops.

this is a photo How to crochet the puff stitch made by gootie


How to crochet the puff decrease stitch (Dpuff)

(yo, insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop) x 2 times working into indicated st, (yo, insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop) x 2 times working into next st, yo and pull through 8 loops, yo again and pull through 2 remaining loops.

this is a photo How to crochet a decreased puff stitch made by gootie


Finished size
Throw: 55×48″ (140x122cm)
Lapghan: 48×34″ (122x86cm)

Gauge Working rounds 1-5 will result in a 4” (10 cm) diameter hexagon.

Notes

  • Ch1/ch2 does not count as a stitch.
  • Ch3 does count as a dc (worked in the half hexagon).
  • The first stitch is always worked into the last st you slip stitched into.
  • […] – crochet the instructions within brackets into the same indicated stitch.
  • The blanket consists of 12″ (30.5 cm) hexagons.
  • For the throw size blanket: make 18 hexagons and 4 half hexagons.
  • For the Lapghan size blanket: make 11 hexagons and 2 half hexagons.
  • Use stitch markers to mark the hexagon’s corners and move them along as you go (this is optional).
  • Your work might not lay flat at the beginning, but it will lay flat when you start turning it into a hexagon from round 8.


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This pattern is part of the Winter Wonders Blog Hop which is hosted by Sarah from Ned & Mimi, RaeLynn from Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’, and Hannah from HanJan Crochet.

The event brings you 43 new crochet patterns just in time for the cold season. Every day during November, a different PDF pattern will be available for FREE with the code and link you will find in the event post.

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The Diamonds Blanket PDF pattern was available for FREE on Nov. 19th.


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Diamonds Hexagon Blanket Written Instructions

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Hexagon

For a throw- make 18, for a lapghan- make 11

Make a magic ring.
Round 1: ch1, 6sc into ring, ss 1st sc, pull tight. (6 sc)

** Work this round loosely, you will be working 2 puff stitches into each sc in the next round.

Round 2: ch2, 2 Spuff in 1st sc, ch2 (don’t skip a sc), * 2 Spuff in next sc, ch2 (don’t skip a sc); Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st Spuff. (12 Spuff, 6 ch-2 sp)

Round 3: ch2, [1puff, 1dc] in 1st Spuff, [1dc, 1puff] in next Spuff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* [1puff, 1dc] in next Spuff, [1dc, 1puff] in next Spuff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st puff. (12 puff, 12 dc, 6 ch-2 sp)

** When working into the puff stitch, work between the top 2 loops of the stitch, as indicated in the middle photo.

this is a photo of crochet puff stitch hexagon free pattern made by gootie


Round 4:
ch2, [1puff, 1dc] in 1st puff, 1dc in next 2 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 2 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st puff. (12 puff, 24 dc, 6 ch-2 sp)

Round 5: ch2, [1puff, 1dc] in 1st puff, 1dc in next 4 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 4 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st puff. (12 puff, 36 dc, 6 ch-2 sp)

Round 6: ch2, [1puff, 1dc] in 1st puff, 1dc in next 6 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 6 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st puff. (12 puff, 48 dc, 6 ch-2 sp)

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Round 7:
ch2, [1puff, 1dc] in 1st puff, 1dc in next 8 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 8 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st puff. (12 puff, 60 dc, 6 ch-2 sp)

Round 8: ch2, 1puff in 1st puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 6 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, [1dc, ch1, 1tr-PM, ch1, 1dc] in next ch-2 sp, ch2.
* 1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 6 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, [1dc, ch1, 1tr-PM, ch1, 1dc] in next ch-2 sp, ch2; Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st puff. (12 puff, 6 tr, 48 dc, 12 dc2tog, 12 ch-2 sp, 12 ch-1 sp)

Round 9: ch2, 1puff in 1st puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 4 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next dc, 1dc in next ch-1 sp, [1dc, 1tr-PM, 1dc] in next tr, 1dc in next ch-1 sp, [1dc, 1puff] in next dc, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* 1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 4 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next dc, 1dc in next ch-1 sp, [1dc, 1tr-PM, 1dc] in next tr, 1dc in next ch-1 sp, [1dc, 1puff] in next dc, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st puff. (24 puff, 6 tr, 60 dc, 12 dc2tog, 12 ch-2 sp)

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Round 10:
ch2, 1puff in 1st puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 2 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 3 dc, [1dc, 1puff-PM, 1dc] in next tr, 1dc in next 3 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* 1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 2 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 3 dc, [1dc, 1puff-PM, 1dc] in next tr, 1dc in next 3 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st puff. (30 puff, 72 dc, 12 dc2tog, 12 ch-2 sp)

Round 11: ch2, 1puff in 1st puff, dc2tog in next 4 dc (dc2tog twice), 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 4 dc, 1puff in next dc, [1dc, 1tr-PM, 1dc] in next puff, 1puff in next dc, 1dc in next 4 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* 1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 4 dc (dc2tog twice), 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 4 dc, 1puff in next dc, [1dc, 1tr-PM, 1dc] in next puff, 1puff in next dc, 1dc in next 4 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st puff. (36 puff, 6tr, 72 dc, 12 dc2tog, 12 ch-2 sp)

Round 12: ch2, Dpuff in 1st puff & next dc, Dpuff in next dc & puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 7 sts, [1dc, 1tr-PM, 1dc] in next tr, 1dc in next 7 sts, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* Dpuff in next 4 sts (Dpuff twice), ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 7 sts, [1dc, 1tr-PM, 1dc] in next tr, 1dc in next 7 sts, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 4 more times, ss to 1st puff. (12 puff, 12Dpuff, 6tr, 108 dc, 12 ch-2 sp)

Round 13: ch1, * 1sc in each of next 2 Dpuff, 2sc in next ch-2 sp, 1sc in next 10 sts, [1sc, ch1, 1sc] in next tr, 1sc in next 10 sts, 2sc in next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 5 more times, ss to 1st sc. (168 sc, 6 ch-1 sp)

Fasten off, weave in the ends. Soak and block if needed.

this is a photo of how to crochet half hexagon pattern made by gootie


Half Hexagon

For a throw- make 4, for a lapghan- make 2

Make a magic ring.
Row 1 (WS): ch1, 3sc into ring, pull tight, turn. (3 sc)

Row 2 (RS): ch3, * 2 Spuff in next sc, ch2 (don’t skip a sc); Repeat from * 1 more time, [2 Spuff, 1dc] in next sc, turn. (6 Spuff, 2 dc, 2 ch-2 sp)

Row 3 (WS): ch3, skip 1st dc, * [1puff, 1dc] in next Spuff, [1dc, 1puff] in next Spuff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 1 more time.
[1puff, 1dc] in next Spuff, [1dc, 1puff] in next Spuff, 1dc in top of ch-3, turn.
(6 puff, 8 dc, 2 ch-2 sp)

Row 4 (RS): ch3, skip 1st dc, * [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 2 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 1 more time.
[1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 2 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, 1dc in top of ch-3, turn.
(6 puff, 14 dc, 2 ch-2 sp)

Row 5 (WS): ch3, skip 1st dc, * [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 4 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 1 more time.
[1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 4 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, 1dc in top of ch-3, turn.
(6 puff, 20 dc, 2 ch-2 sp)

Row 6 (RS): ch3, skip 1st dc, * [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 6 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 1 more time.
[1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 6 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, 1dc in top of ch-3, turn.
(6 puff, 26 dc, 2 ch-2 sp)

Row 7 (WS): ch3, skip 1st dc, * [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 8 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 1 more time.
[1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 8 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, 1dc in top of ch-3, turn.
(6 puff, 32 dc, 2 ch-2 sp)

Row 8 (RS): ch3, 1dc in 1st dc, ch2, * 1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 6 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, [1dc, ch1, 1tr-PM, ch1, 1dc] in next ch-2 sp, ch2; Repeat from * 1 more time.
1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 6 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, 2dc in top of ch-3, turn. (6 puff, 2 tr, 26 dc, 6 dc2tog, 6 ch-2 sp, 4 ch-1 sp)

Row 9 (WS): ch3, 1dc in 1st dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next dc, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* 1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 4 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next dc, 1dc in next ch-1 sp, [1dc, 1tr-PM, 1dc] in next tr, 1dc in next ch-1 sp, [1dc, 1puff] in next dc, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 1 more time.
1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 4 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next dc, 2dc in top of ch-3, turn.
(12 puff, 2 tr, 30 dc, 6 dc2tog, 6 ch-2 sp)

Row 10 (RS): ch3, 1dc in 1st dc, 1dc in next 2 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* 1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 2 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 3 dc, [1dc, 1puff-PM, 1dc] in next tr, 1dc in next 3 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 1 more time.
1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1dc in next 2 dc, dc2tog in next 2 dc, 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 2 dc, 2dc in top of ch-3, turn. (14 puff, 36 dc, 6 dc2tog, 6 ch-2 sp)

Row 11 (WS): ch3, 1dc in 1st dc, 1dc in next 4 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* 1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 4 dc (dc2tog twice), 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 4 dc, 1puff in next dc, [1dc, 1tr-PM, 1dc] in next puff, 1puff in next dc, 1dc in next 4 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 1 more time.
1puff in next puff, dc2tog in next 4 dc (dc2tog twice), 1puff in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 4 dc, 2dc in top of ch-3, turn.
(16 puff, 2 tr, 38 dc, 6 dc2tog, 6 ch-2 sp)

Row 12 (RS): ch3, 1dc in 1st dc, 1dc in next 6 dc, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp.
* Dpuff in next 4 sts (Dpuff twice), ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 7 sts, [1dc, 1tr-PM, 1dc] in next tr, 1dc in next 7 sts, [1dc, 1puff] in next puff, ch2, skip next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 1 more time.
Dpuff in next 4 sts (Dpuff twice), ch2, skip next ch-2 sp, [1puff, 1dc] in next puff, 1dc in next 6 dc, 2dc in top of ch-3, do not turn. (6 puff, 2 tr, 54 dc, 6 Dpuff, 6 ch-2 sp)

Row 13 (RS): Turn your work in 90 degrees, you will start crocheting in the side of the rows.
ch1, 2sc in each side row (crochet into the ch-3 sp or dc), when reaching the first row: 1sc in sc, 1sc in middle of magic ring, 1sc in sc, continue working 2sc in each side row (ch3/dc) until corner.
ch1, 1sc in next 9 sts, 2sc in next ch-2 sp.
* 1sc in each of next 2 Dpuff, 2sc in next ch-2 sp, 1sc in next 10 sts, [1sc, ch1, 1sc] in next tr, 1sc in next 10 sts, 2sc in next ch-2 sp; Repeat from * 1 more time, 1sc in next 2 Dpuff, 2sc in next ch-2 sp, 1sc in next 9 sts ,ss to 1st ch-1. (136 sc, 4 ch-1 sp)

Fasten off, weave in the ends. Soak and block.

Start working border here

Assembly

Work according to the relevant layout (whether you are making a throw or a lapghan).

Join the red lines first, the join the stripes created following the green lines.

Joining with Slip Stitch through the outside loops method:

With right sides held facing together (wrong side facing you), work through outer loops only, ss the hexagons together.

Border

Attach the yarn in blo of any of the ch-1 sp corners.

Ch1, [1sc, ch1, 1sc] in blo of same ch-1 sp.
Work 1 sc in blo of each sc.

When reaching a ‘valley’ work sc3tog in blo of ch-1 sp, ss worked for joining and ch-1 sp in next hexagon.

When reaching a corner, work [1sc, ch1, 1sc] in blo of ch-1 sp.

Fasten off and weave in the ends.

this is a photo of crochet hexagon blanket border made by gootie

Tassels – make 8 (optional) – See photo tutorial for making tassels HERE.

  • Cut 24 pieces of yarn measuring approx. 12” (30.5 cm): you can use a 6” (15.2 cm) cardboard and wrap the yarn 24 times around it, don’t cut it yet.
  • Cut 2 more 12” (30.5 cm) pieces of yarn. Thread one piece of yarn through the side of the cardboard (the center of the yarn) and tie it in a tight knot.
  • Cut the yarn on the opposite side of the cardboard.
  • Place the second piece of yarn at approx. 1.5” (4 cm) from the top of the tassel and wrap it 3 times around the tassel, make a knot. Pull the yarn tails inside the tassel.
  • Tie the tassel to the ch-1 sp corners with the loose yarn, and weave in the ends. See blue dots in the layout above.

this is a photo crochet blanket with tassels free pattern made by gootie


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7 Comments

  1. Agat,
    I have been counting the days since you gave us a sneak peek at this blanket! Thank you so much for making the PDF available today. I work best with a printed pattern and absolutely want to make this when I get freed up from some of my WIPs.

    1. You are very welcome, Dotty!
      I can’t wait to see your beautiful blanket, please share it when it’s done 🙂

  2. This is beautiful! But, I believe there is a typo in the abbreviations on pg three. You have sc and ss marked as single crochet. I believe you want ss to be slip stitch

    1. Thank you so much for letting me know, Yolanda!
      You are absolutely right, and it has been corrected.

  3. what a lovely blanket!

  4. So my problem with not laying flat starts at round 8 and now I have a bowl. 👀 not sure what I’m doing wrong

    1. Hi Hunter,

      If your stitch count is correct, this is totally fine.
      After round 8, you start turning your circle into a hexagon and it will make it lay flat.
      x Agat

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