February 8, 2014

Starburst Hexagons

Oh my goodness....I am so very thankful for all the lovely messages, comments, and emails that I received on my hexagon blanket. I was so overjoyed when I open up my blog the following day. You are all so sweet and kind....I almost cried.  " T H A N K   Y O U "

I've had several request on which pattern I used so I thought I would share with you how I made my hexagons.  I know I must have looked around on the web for weeks looking for a "pretty" hexagon and would you know.....there were sooooooo many!  The decision was so overwhelming. They all looked the same in one way or another so I thought, I would just make up one as I went.  Now~ I am sure that there might be one out there that it will resembles, so.... please don't be offended if it looks like one you've already used or seen.  This one is mine and the one I used in the blanket.

  S T A R B U R S T   H E X A G O N   P A T T E R N  ♥

Hook size.... ( F )
US Terms
Any yarn of your choice

:: Round One ::

Chain 4. slp stitch into the first to make a ring. 
Chain 4 ( counts as first treble and chain one.)
Make one treble into the ring, chain one. Repeat until you have a total of 12 trebles
 and 12 chain one spaces. 
Slp stitch into the third stitch from beginning chain 4.

Note: you may tight off if changing colors but if not just slp stitch into the first chain one space
and continue on.

:: Round Two ::

Chain three. in the first chain one space.(counts as first treble )
Make one treble into the same space, chain one.
Make two trebles in the next chain one space, chain one.
Repeat this around with a slp stitch into the top of the beginning chain 3.
{ tie off if changing colors or if not, slp stitch into the next chain one space.}

:: Round Three ::

Chain 3 ( counts as first treble )
Make two more trebles into the same space. Chain two.
Make three more trebles into the same space.
First corner made.

*In the next chain one space, make three trebles.
 In tthe next chain one space make three trebles, chain two, three trebles.*

Repeat pattern between the * around.
Slp stitch into the beginning of the first treble at the beginning of this round.
Tie off.

I tested this pattern over and over again, but if you find an error or have any questions, please let me know so I can make corrections.



  1. Your blanket is so beautiful Shari, thank you for being so generous to share your pattern! It really has turned out beautifully. xx

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern! :)

  3. Gosh! fantastic ....thanks for sharing.

    keep well

    Amanda :-)

  4. Oh gosh Shari - you fill your life with such beauty - it's an absolute pleasure coming here and sharing it with you, thank you! And your header is looking fantastic too with all your beautiful quilts - you really spur me on! Warm hugs, Joy xo

  5. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern, the hexies are so pretty, and they can be made into so many different things! Your colour choices are always so beautiful...Chrissie x

  6. Thanks from me, too, Shari, for sharing your pretty pattern, another one I would like to try one day :) xx

  7. Oh so beautiful friend!!! I must have missed your post on your blanket so I am off to find it now!! Hope you are well! Nicole xoxo

  8. ...and thanks from me too...that is very kind of you xxxxx

  9. many thanks Shari for your pattern.

  10. Stunning and so lovely and simple. Thank you for sharing xxx

  11. Shari, you darling woman, thank you so much for this great pattern, You make me want to start another blanket right away.

  12. You're all so very welcome!!!!! I am delighted that you are all interested in it!

  13. So pretty! Thank you!

  14. Gorgeous thanks for sharing the pattern
    Clare x

  15. Thank you for sharing your pattern Shari, I have pinned it for later. :)

  16. Ooo thank you for sharing will have to put these on my to do list x

  17. Thanks Shari for sharing this pattern - your blanket is truly stunning!! Sam xx

  18. Thanks oodles Shari! I've been overwhelmed by the hexagons out there as well but I think I love your pattern the most so.... your pattern it shall be!
    You are the best!!!

  19. Gorgeous hexagon! thanks for sharing :-)

  20. Your blanket is absolutely stunning!! Thank you for sharing the hexagon pattern :-) x

  21. Well since I don't crochet, I'm quite happy to admire your beautiful photography and the soft pastel colours you've used :) Very generous of you to share your hexagon pattern. Have a great week! Wendy x

  22. It really does have a sort of burst in the middle doesn't it. Thanks for sharing. Jo x

  23. This is really kind of you to share this with us and I really look forward to giving this a go. They are so very pretty! xoxo