How to Join Crochet Granny Hexagons Tutorial by Crochet For You.
Crochet hexagon is a fun little easy motif to crochet. By joining these little hexagons together you can make big crochet projects like afghans, bags, slippers, and many more creative crochet projects as you wish.
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As you already know I’ve recently shared Crochet Granny Hexagon tutorial and today we are going to join these granny hexagons together using Join As You Go (JAYGO) Technique.
Love this color and texture on my crochet project?
I’m absolutely in love with this color combination. Black, White, and Gray. The inspiration of this color and texture popped in my mind while watching Fifa World Cup 2018. 😀
To get the same texture on my projects, you need black and white hexagons. Select the gray color for joining. And arrange the hexagon like on a soccer ball/football.
Crochet Granny Hexagon
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How to Join Crochet Granny Hexagons As You Go (JAYGO)
Make granny hexagon as many as you want by following the pattern instruction here. To make my crochet project I followed the pattern until round 2 and fasten off and weave the ends of all hexagons.
To start joining
- Select a contrasting color.
- Keep scissors beside you always.
- And yarn needle for weaving ends.
Grab one crochet granny hexagon motif you previously made and follow the pattern instruction below.
Joining round for hexagon.
Join the yarn in any ch-sp at the corner, ch 1, (2 sc, ch 2, 2 sc) into the same sp, *ch 2, 2 sc in next ch-sp, (2 sc, ch 2, 2 sc) into the next ch-sp (corner); repeat * to around, after crocheting last ch 2 in repeat section, sl st to the first sc. Fasten off and weave the end.
Now we are going to join the second hexagon to the first. (This can be called one side joining) 🙂
Join the yarn in any ch-sp at the corner of the second hexagon, ch 1, 2 sc, into the same sp, ch 1 (image 1) and drop the loop off from the hook,
insert the hook into the one of corner ch-sp of the first hexagon motif, pick up the loop (image 2), pull through the ch-sp (image 3), crochet ch 1,
work 2 sc into the same sp of the second hexagon motif, ch 1 (image 4), drop the loop off from the hook, insert the hook in next ch-2 sp of the first hexagon, pick up the loop (image 5), pull through the ch-sp, crochet ch 1 (image 6),
work 2 sc into the next ch-sp of the second motif, ch 1 (image 7), drop the loop off from the hook, insert the hook in next ch-2 sp of the first hexagon, pick up the loop (image 8), pull through the ch-sp, crochet ch 1 (image 9),
work 2 sc into the next ch-sp at the corner of the second motif, ch 1 (image 10), drop the loop off from the hook, insert the hook in next ch-sp at the corner of the first motif, pick up the loop (image 11), pull through the ch-sp, crochet ch 1, work 2 sc into the same ch-sp at the corner of the second motif (image 12),
Now continue working on repeat section in round 3 above for the rest of the around of the hexagon. Cut the yarn leaving 3-4″ long tail for weaving ends.
To make a row of the hexagons follow the same way to join other hexagons until you want.
Two or more side joining
Maybe your desired layout for joining hexagons can be a rectangle, diamond or any other shape in your mind. When joining hexagons together, there will be two or more side to join.
To show you well I have put together step by step photo tutorial below.
It is really easy than you think. Just like a previous, start to join a new hexagon. Always keep in mind you will have to join two or more sides.
When you reach the corner, join new hexagon corner to the same ch-sp corner that two hexagons corners previously joined together (see the images below).
Continue joining until the last corner.
for the rest of the around of the hexagon, follow the repeat section in round 3. Cut the yarn leaving 3-4″ long tail for weaving ends. That’s all. 🙂
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