24 thoughts on “Wind flower Hexagon

    1. Hej Jenny! Ja, det stämmer 🙂 är jättedålig på svenska virktermer och uppskattar att du tagit dig tid att göra mig uppmärksam på detta. Ska rätta till detta snarast. Hoppas du gillar mönstret i övrigt. Ha en fin kväll / Johanna


    1. Thank you for notice this error. I just corrected it and now “puff” is in the list of used stitches. I also changed the word poof to puff in the pattern. If you click “puff” you open my stitch tutorial where the puff stitch is explained. I hope you find this helpful and that you can make your hexagon 🙂
      I hope you have a nice evening / Johanna


  1. Based on the pictures, it looks like you used two different hooks. Would you provide the hook sizes used? I am looking forward to starting this pattern. Thanks!


  2. What does it mean to do the front post single crochet around next puff in row 4? I’m not sure what the around the next puff means.


  3. In the last round, does htc mean a half-treble stitch or the US Half-double stitch? I ran through the pattern once and used the US hdc and it kept a more flower like shape than the straight edges in your photos. I’m unsure how to do a half-treble if that is the case, and any guidance would be appreciated!


  4. Hi, I love the pattern, but can’t seem to get my gauge to match the picture. Did I miss where you put what hooks size to use, because I can’t seem to find it anywhere. Thank you for your time!


    1. Hi! I didnt mention gauge in this pattern since you can make it with any yarn and suitable hook. The hexies in the pictures are made with a 8/4 cotton yarn and hook 3,5 mm 🙂


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