This Sweet As Honey Crochet Blanket and Beanie Hat set is simply adorable! The Honeycomb Granny Square Pattern and the Bees Applique make this a piece that you will love to pass down.
According to the Blogger it is a simple Crochet Pattern. There are some basic skills that you will need to have in order to complete this project. You will need to be familiar with Granny Squares.This project also requires that you ‘weave in the ends’ and you will need to be proficient in single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet. Sounds simple enough, right!
This is a very popular pattern available at the link below.
If you scroll our page we have included a Free Hexagonal Pattern too that you may be able to utilize.
We’ve also included a Bumble Bee Applique and a Beanie. View the entire post, all the way to the end and Pin your favorites.
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How To Crochet A Hexagon Video
We have included a video tutorial that shows you how to crochet a hexagon honeycomb. When you finish watching, the Vlogger also shows you how to join your hexagons. Click Play above to view ^
Sweet As Honey Crochet Pattern Details
Here is a snuggly set for the little honey in your life. This pattern is easy to follow since it uses basic stitches and includes plenty of pictures. Buzz!
BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY
be familiar with granny squares/motifs
weave in ends
single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet
SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
This pattern makes one 24″ by 28″ blanket, one 0-6 mo. hat, and six bee appliques
750 yards of Worsted weight
Vanna’s Choice Baby
- 6mm US size J10 crochet hook
- 5mm US size H8 crochet hook
- approx. 510 yards 6mm worsted weight or aran (4) yarn in yellow
- approx. 210 yards 6mm worsted weight or aran (4) yarn in cream
- approx. 12 yards each of 5mm worsted weight (4) yarn in black, white, and yellow
- Get Pattern Here