Free Crochet Pattern – Little Hexie Bag

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Sweet and simple projects, you know those are my favourites! My latest free pattern is for an adorable crochet hexagon bag. It has so many uses and is a great way to use up those partial skeins and small balls of yarn tucked away in your stash. Each little bag takes only 28 yards of yarn so it’s definitely a fast make!

Find all the pattern details and fun ways it can be used below…

This is a pattern is available for free here on my blog. An ad-free, neatly formatted, printer friendly version is also available for free in my Ravelry shop. Click the buttons below to take you directly to the shop!


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Notes:
– This pattern is written in US terms
– Gauge is not important for this pattern
– Beginning CH counts as a stitch
– This pattern used 3 colours, referred to as “Colour A”, “Colour B” and “Colour C”
– Ideas for use are available at the bottom of the pattern

Materials Needed:
–  Approximately 27-28 yards of worsted weight yarn
– 5mm hook or appropriate hook for your chosen yarn
– Yarn needle
– Scissors

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SS – Slip Stitch
DC –Double Crochet

Special Stitch Tutorial:
How To Make A Hexagon –
Detailed walk-through with photos Click Here

Pattern: (Make two hexagons)
(Yarn Colour A)
Begin by making a magic circle. Alternately, you may chain 3 and SS into the first chain to make a circle. CH 2.

Round 1:
Make 1 DC into your circle.
*CH 2, 2 DC*. Repeat from * to * 4 more times. CH 2.
SS into the top of your beginning CH 2. Fasten off.

(12 DC stitches, 6 CH 2 spaces)

Round 2:
(Yarn Colour B)
Join yarn into any CH space and CH 2.
*1 DC into the next 2 stitches.
In the next CH space, 1 DC, CH 2, 1 DC*
Repeat from * to * 4 more times.
1 DC into the next 2 stitches.
1 DC into the next CH space. CH 2.
SS into the top of your beginning CH 2. Fasten off.

(24 DC stitches, 6 CH 2 spaces)

Round 3:
(Yarn Colour C)
Join yarn into any CH space and CH 2.
*1 DC into the next 4 stitches.
In the next CH space, make 1 DC, CH 2, 1 DC*
Repeat from * to * 4 more times.
1 DC into the next 4 stitches.
1 DC into the next CH space. CH 2.
SS into the top of your beginning CH 2. Fasten off and weave in all ends.

(36 DC stitches, 6 CH 2 spaces)

Seaming:
(Yarn Colour C)
Please use your preferred method for connecting your two hexies, making sure that the right sides of both are facing out. I like using the invisible seam but feel free to use the method you are most comfortable with. Seam from one CH space and around the next 4 edges, ending on the next CH space. You should have 2 edges with one CH space in between them remaining open. Fasten off.

Handle:
(Yarn Colour C)
Attach your yarn with a SS into where your seam begins and CH 32. SS back down into each CH space. SS into the space where your CH started and fasten off. Sew the other end of the handle into the end of the seam on the other side of your bag. Fasten off and weave in all ends.

Great job! Your Little Hexie Bag is complete! Looking for ideas on what you could use this sweet bag for? Here are some suggestions…

Gift card holder
– Small treat bag for sweets and goodies
– Hang near your desk or work space to hold little small items (I like using mine for crochet hooks)
– Hang on your door handle to hold small items that you want to remember to grab when you leave the house (lip balm, house keys, etc).

My testers made some adorable versions too! Aren’t they wonderful?

Be sure to check out the Free Pattern section of my blog for more fun and creative ideas! Ad-free, printer friendly patterns are available in my Etsy and Ravelry shops. If you enjoyed this pattern, please give it a little share on your favourite crochet Pinterest board to let others know!

Happy Crocheting!

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