Hey loves! You know that pattern that you will learn and adapt to everything you need and want? This is the Hexagon Blanket. A beautiful and very delicate blanket. You can see that it’s not really those thick blankets. It’s a thinner blanket, for milder days. You can change and choose a thicker yarn to get a thicker blanket, but keep in mind that the result will not be the same.
The details don’t show up that much, but it’s always worth a try. You can take a yarn left over from another project and test it. If you don’t like it, just take it apart and do it again with another material. The hexagon blanket will look perfect in your home decor. Crochet blankets are quite common and have numerous functions, and can be used from a baby blanket option to a sofa blanket or shawl.
Looking for inspiration to use a crochet blanket to enhance your home decor? It’s hard not to be enchanted by the beauty, delicacy and ingenuity of crocheted articles. The crochet blanket is a versatile decorative element whose use enhances aesthetic and functional aspects in interiors. The crochet blanket can be an excellent accessory option to protect furniture such as sofas, armchairs, children’s beds and cribs.
Hexagon Blanket // Made by Gootie
Depending on the blanket style, its use to cover a piece of furniture can be the perfect solution to highlight the piece by exploring contrast. You might not think so, but crochet blankets can also be used in kitchens. In the kitchen, the crochet blanket can be used to protect and beautify chairs, glass countertops and other furniture, giving a cozy and romantic touch to the environment. Rustic kitchens are especially valued with this type of accessory.
In the baby’s room, the crochet blanket is ideal for covering and decorating the crib, protecting the children’s bedding and warming the baby on the coldest nights. The accessory can also be used to cover dressers and chairs. With this hexagon you can make a table rail, a rug, a centerpiece, even a bag. So come see the pattern and have fun doing a lot of beautiful things. I want to know what you think, tell me in the comments.