Honeycomb Hexagon block Free pattern and video tutorial

Honeycomb Hexagon

This hexagon block was inspired by my daughter Bianca, we call her honey B as a nickname and we have a bumble bee theme with her which she loves so i thought i would try to make something that looks like a honeycomb and of course the Hexagon afghan block fits perfectly into that! 

I created this pattern for her and i hope you enjoy it!

I used 5mm hook

and the yarns i used are White and Cornmeal from red heart super saver

Begin with white and a Magic ring.

R1 - Ch1, 5sc in each centre of magic ring (6) 

R2 - Ch1, 2sc in each stitch (12)

R3 - Ch1, *2sc in first stitch, 1sc in next *Repeat till end of row (18)

R4 - Ch2, 1DC in next 3 stitches, ch3, 1dc in next 3 stitches (dont skip any stitches) (36)

R5 - ch1, 1sc in each stitch (in the chain3 space sc directly into the space) (36)

R6 - ch2, the pattern is 1DC in each stitch, (1DC, ch2, 1DC into the middle stitch of the ch3 space) 

Fasten off!

For the video tutorial click the link below, and this pattern looks great in all one colour as well! 

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