This free crochet afghan pattern is customizable, so you can use it to make a baby blanket, lap blanket or even a bedspread. Makes a great modern, gender-neutral baby shower gift idea or an afghan for the couch. Click for the free pattern and photo tutorial. | MakeAndDoCrew.com
How To Join Crochet Hexagons With an Invisible Seam
This photo tutorial will show you how to join crochet hexagons with a technique that results in an invisible seam. Great for sewing hexagons together for an afghan, but can also work for granny squares or other crochet pieces. | http://MakeAndDoCrew.com
Whether you’d like to fill in the edging on a hexagon afghan or simply want to make multi-colored hexagons, this free pattern will teach you how to crochet a half hexagon and customize the size to meet your needs.
The little "filler" to straighten the edges on a hexagon blanket.Original idea from Vanessa of Coco Rose Diaries and the pattern written by Jeany of meanyjar. Look at Jeany's blog for her version of the pattern. I'll be trying this on my blanket soon!! http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Tinaspice/crochet-hexagon-blanket