Granny squares are the quintessential crochet project. One of the most popular variations of the granny square is crocheting a hexagonal version. In this video, Heidi will walk you through how to crochet hexagon granny squares. This six-sided shape works so well with other hexagons or granny squares to create beautiful afghans or wearables.
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