Hexagon Baby Blanket 3 Colorful Ways

We chose the Hexagon Baby Blanket to feature in “3 Colorful Ways” because it offers so many possibilities for changing colors depending on our likes and nursery décor preferences. But easy color changing is not the only reason this design is a favorite.

We also like it because:

  • We love the way designer Shari White has used the puff stitch pattern to give this blanket extra cushy coziness.
  • You start it at the center and work your way around in one piece. So there are a minimum of ends to weave in.
  • It’s a wonderful shape for wrapping a newborn, burrito style.
  • It’s also a space-saving shape for laying on the floor and giving young babies a place to lay down.
  • When baby starts toddling around it’s a nice size for carrying around or using to comfort at naptime

We’d love to know which of our versions you’d most like to crochet. Go below the photos to the voting app and click on your choice.

If you crochet your Hexagon Baby Blanket in other colors, please share it with us on our Facebook page. Your choice may be an inspiration to someone else!

Beach Time Hexagon Blanket
Crocheted in Soft Baby Steps
Beach Time Hexagon Blanket Free Crochet Pattern LW5227
Comfy Kid Hexagon Blanket
Crocheted in Gumdrop and Soft Baby Steps
Comfy Kid Hexagon Blanket Free Crochet Pattern LW5226
Sweet Baby Hexagon Blanket
Crocheted in Soft Baby Steps
Sweet Baby Hexagon Blanket Free Crochet Pattern LW5277

Watch for additional 3 Colorful Ways each month throughout the year!

6 thoughts on “Hexagon Baby Blanket 3 Colorful Ways

  1. Barbara

    I notice your website features mostly crocheted patterns. I am a knitter and would love to see more
    patterns for us knitters. Many times I see a pattern that I would love to make and then find it is only
    in crochet,

  2. Deanna Wrenn

    I would love to see RED HEART have two wed sites. One for crochet and one for knit. I have the same problem in reverse. This is also true on the yarns with patterns on the back. Some do not tell you which they are for and you get home to find out it is not the pattern you use.


    I especially like the pink/white one for girls and the blue/green one for boys.
    Is this a free pattern,if so I can print out a copy?

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