Saturday, 18 August 2018



Finger wrap of 4 wraps.

Round 1: ch2 counts as first dc, 17dc into wrap, sl st, to complete. [18dc]

Round 2: ch3, counts as first dc and ch1 sp, 1dc ch1 in next st, repeat to end, sl st, into first ch3 sp, to complete. [18 spokes]

Round 3: 2sc in each ch1 sp, sl st to complete. [36sc]

Round 4: ch2, counts as first dc, dc in next 5 sts, ch2, dc in next 6sts, repeat to end, sl st, to complete. [6 sides x 6 dc]

Round 5: sc, in each st, sc, ch3, sc, in corner sps, sl st to complete. [8sc each of 6 sides]

JOIN AS YOU GO IN every stitch or just in the corners of in corners and after 4sc stitches.

No in fills required for a Hex pattern 

An Octagon with an in fill

USA Terms
DK, 4mm Hook
Aran 5mm hook
Chunky 6mm hook or 2 strands of dk

Magic Circle or finger wrap or Ch6, sl st into a circle.
Round 1: 16 dc into the circle, sl st to complete round.
Round 2: chain 4 as first 'spoke', *dc into next st, ch 2, repeat from * until you have 16 'spokes', sl st to complete round.
Round 3: 2sc in each chain space, sl st to complete round.

Round 4: attach yarn in any stitch, 1dc in the next 4 sts, ch3, 1dc in next 4 sts, sl st to complete round.
Join as you go side by side, will give quite a large 'hole' this can be left or filled with a small square.
Filler Pattern
A very simple granny square of 4dc per side.
Ch4, sl st into a circle.
Round 1: chain 2 as first dc, 3 more dc (4 in total), ch2, sl st though joined motifs, ch2, repeat for all four sides.


  1. Great to see you experimenting a little again, fab pattern Sue, I would personally love to see the circle in a triangle, might have to work on that one :) Linda Xx

    1. Thanks good to be getting back to it all. Circles in triangles are easily distorted because of the long sides, i have done one but not sure it's acceptable xx