Crochet Granny Squares

3D Flower Hexie

Hello my dear friends and readers! I want to bring you a beautiful pattern that you can use to execute the most beautiful projects you can imagine. With this little tutorial made for you, I’m sure you’ll be able to have an excellent result when making your beautiful 3D flower hexie, a hexagonal option for crochet flower squares.

There are several projects that can be made with these beautiful crochet hexagons, you can make beautiful blankets, coats or any project you can imagine and can adapt them to the project. Of course, there are projects that are not made with crochet squares or hexagons, so look for projects that can use these pieces.

You can use and abuse colors in your project, creating something very beautiful according to your taste. This piece will undoubtedly catch everyone’s attention due to its spectacular and unique beauty. I also want to thank you for being here following the standards we bring to you. Your presence here is very important!

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So, without delaying any further.. Let’s move forward with our adorable 3D flower hexie project.

First of all, you need to know the materials needed to carry out your project, as follows:

Materials Needed:

  • Select the yarn of your preference along with a corresponding crochet hook.
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle


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Abbreviations (US Terminology):

sl st: slip stitch

Ch: Chain

Bpsc: Back post single crochet

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Hdc: half double crochet

Dc: double crochet




Round 1: Begin with a magic ring, work 12 half double crochet stitches. Fasten off and neatly weave in the loose ends.

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Round 2: Introduce a new color by connecting it to any stitch, chain 1 (considered as the initial slip stitch). *Chain 2, skip one stitch, slip stitch in the next stitch.* Repeat this pattern until you reach the end of the round. Do NOT cut off the yarn. (Resulting in 6 slip stitches and 6 chain-2 spaces)

Round 3: *Slip stitch in the next space, chain 2, work 4 double crochet stitches, chain 2, slip stitch in the same space.* Repeat this sequence from * to * five more times. (This creates 6 petals.) Do NOT fasten off.

Round 4: Begin working on the rear side of the flower. Ensure the right side is facing you. Create a lengthy chain, then work back post single crochets (bpsc) around the corresponding slip stitch of the previous round. Repeat the sequence chain 3, back post single crochet in the next slip stitch until you reach the end of the row. Join the round with a slip stitch, fasten off, and neatly weave in the ends. This will result in the following appearance on the back side of the flower:

3D flower Hexie


Look at the six chains forming a hexagon. This is where we’ll start working to give our flower a hexagonal shape.

Round 5: Transition to a different color. Orient the right side facing you, and gently fold a portion of your petal to access the chain spaces from round 4 (refer to the accompanying image). Proceed as follows: In each 3-chain space, *work 5 double crochet stitches, chain 2.* Repeat the * to * sequence five additional times, and then slip stitch to the first double crochet to complete the round. Do not cut the yarn. This round results in 30 double crochet stitches and 6 chain-2 spaces.


Image 1: Demonstrating the process of disconnecting in the chain space.

Image 2: Completion of Round 5.

Image 3: Showcase of the reverse view of your hexagon.

Round 6: Perform a half double crochet (hdc) in each stitch. In the corners, execute *hdc, chain 2, hdc pattern*. Repeat this pattern until the end of the round, then slip stitch to join. Finish off by fastening off and weaving in the ends. Your 3D flower hexie is now finished!

3d Hexie

Dear reader, your 3D Hexie should look like this. Front and back.

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