In this new post I want to bring you another version of the baby hexagon jacket. This version has no holes, wich makes it warmer and allows other colour combinations.
This pattern, as the other version, is made with two hexagons that folded in half become the two halves of the jacket. Once the two halves are seamed together, we add the collar and cuffs.
This pattern can be found on the web in several languages as “saquito hexagonal o en hexágono”, “chompita hexagonal”, “chompa en hexágono”, “casaquinho hexágonos”, “hexagon jacket” or “hexagon sweater”. This version is inspired in the Sue’s Hexagon Baby Sweater from Cozy’s Corner.
As most of the post of the blog, this is an ideal project for beginners and those who don’t like the idea of crocheting sleeves separately.
To increase the size of the jacket make bigger hexagons by adding rows.
Here is the PATTERN:
Here is the TUTORIAL:
Here you can see how to change the size of the jacket.
I hope you try the 2 versions of the jacket and share the pictures of your projects made using this pattern on the facebook page of Mundo Crochet!!!
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Gracias realmente! Justo el otro dia yo te pregunte x face como hacerlo en otro punto. Te lo super agradezco. Ahora tengo un problema, yo se lo quiero hacer para mi nena de un año y medio y cuando le segui haciendo vueltas vi que la manga me quedaba demasiado amplia. Como puedo hacer?
Hola. Puedes seguir tejiendo pero solo de ida y vuelta, sólo en tres “lados” de cada uno de los hexágono, quiero decir que vas a agregar en los lados de la espalda, de la cintura y del frente tanto como te sea conveniente.
HOLA!! El material a usar para el sweater hoxagonal que es (3.17 oz) Cuanto seria en gramo??
Te paso el link del patrón en español. Son 90 gramos de algodón fino.
loved it and i am trying to make it . Thanks a lot for sharing such a beautiful jacket.
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thank You for a Free Pattern
Lovely Jacket Thanks!
I would like to make one for my baby coming in June. Therefore, I would love to make a 3/6 or better a 6/9 month jacket. Do you have any idea on how many rows have I to add to the hexagon? I do not have any baby the correct size “on hand”.
Thanks a lot for your inspiration,
Congratulations for your baby! If you use the same material or one of similar thickness, for the 3/6 months jacket you have to add 2 rows; for size 6/9 months, you have to add 3 rows. This will give the correct width of the sleeves.
Then follow the instructions I posted to shape de jacket (make it longer or wider).
Here you can see a chart with the sizes for babies:
I hope you find it useful.
I am trying the granny hexagon and it is great. I found it on you tube. From there I found you, I am really looking forward to making the closed version. I never knew there was so many different things to make out there on the net as I have always relied on traditional printed patterns. I will certainly explore more now. Many thanks
Thanks for your comment! The net is a new universe, always changing, everyday a new idea!I love it.
This is the exciting pattern I have seen in a long time. Cant wait to try it…
Thank you! I´m glad you liked it.
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I love this pattern. I have great admiration for the whole idea of it – you are very clever. I have nearly finished making it and I am very happy with it. Has anyone ever used the idea for a coat for an adult. I would love to make it for myself.
Thank you for providing this pattern free of charge.
Thanks for your words! I’m glad you liked it.
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I love your pattern the pictures are so easy to follow, thats how I learn and tried so many others and they didnt turn out very well. Thanks so much.
Thanks for your comment!
Muito obrigada pela postagem da receita. Me ajudou muito. Muito obrigada
Muchas gracias por tu comentario! Me alegra haber ayudado.
I just love all of your patterns. Thank you so much for supplying them for us to do x Gracias x
Thanks for your comment! I´m glad that you liked it.
Thank you so much for your generosity in offering this pattern at no charge. I crochet for donation and loved your pattern. It was easy, your tutorial clear to follow and I was able to enlarge it without a hitch. THANK YOU!
Thanks for your comment! I´m glad to help.
Love it, and I’m just now crochet such a sweater for a new family member. Do you have measurements in cm at this jacket?
This is an awesome idea. Definitely going to try it. Thank you for the free pattern and detailed instructions.
Thanks for your comment!
I am a new crochet person and would like to know how to do the do crochet front and back post for this beautiful pattern.
I am new at crocheting and would like to know how to do front post and back for this beautiful sweater pattern. Thanks
Sorry I got your e-mail but I only speak English and could not follow your instructions.