How To Crochet Adorable Hexagon Daisy Puffagons

They’re called Daisy Puffagons, a combination of Hexagons and Daisies, and will bring your next crochet project to life! Be sure to watch the video tutorial now.
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Flowers are one of the most popular items in our community, especially when it comes to crochet. Add in hexagons and a beautiful puffy texture, and we just know we are on to a winner!

Created by Sandra at Cherry Heart blog, they can be used for blankets, cushions, cozy rugs and all sorts of wonderful projects.

How To Crochet Daisy Puffagon Video

While you are here, we have also included a video tutorial that steps you through how to recreate the daisy puffagon crochet stitch. To watch, click play above ^

via sandra cherry heart

This stunning project has extraordinary detail and it would make a wonderful baby blanket.

You could use it for all sorts of projects and you will love the results. Everyone you know will want this free pattern!

To get all the details for this gorgeous project idea, just visit Sandra’s blog post at Cherry Heart

We’ve also rounded up a few more squares we know you’ll like too, just keep scrolling to see them all.

via Emmy Andlien

This Triple Puff Granny Square from Eline at Emmy + Lien is a really fun way to spruce up a plain old granny square design or make a blanket extra cozy.

You can find the full tutorial and free pattern on Emmy’s site here.

Puffy Flower Free Crochet Pattern

Free Pattern

If you loved the daisy puffagon, then we know you’ll also adore this crochet puffagon flower blanket! You can find this pattern or even buy a ready-made version by checking out our post here.

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