Joining Hexagon Crochet Blocks (Granny’s Flower Garden Quilt Block)

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This tutorials shows how hexagon crochet blocks can be joined with single crochet stitches.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

This method forms a ridge that outlines the sides of the blocks.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

This is how hexagon fabric pieces are arranged to form the ‘granny’s flower garden’ quilt block.  Instead of fabric blocks, we can also use hexagon shaped crochet blocks.

You can find the picture tutorial and crochet chart for this hexagon block here.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Here is a closeup view. The procedure is simple as we are just adding single crochet stitches.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Place the blocks with the right side up. Make sure they both are aligned properly.

Pass hook under the chain loops.

I am picking only the outermost loops in both blocks.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Wrap yarn around hook and pull yarn through both loops like shown below.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Pass hook under the loop of the adjacent chain on both blocks.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Yarn over and pull yarn through both loops. It should look like this. Hook will have two loops on it.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Yarn over and pull through both loops on the hook.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

First stitch is done.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Repeat the same procedure till the end. Pass hook under loops of the next chain.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Yarn over and pull through.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Now there will be two loops on the hook.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Yarn over and pull through both loops on the hook.

After 2 single crochet stitches, it will look like this.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Continue till the end.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Closeup view.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Let us continue and see how to join the next side. A third block will be joined to the next side of the middle hexagon.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

Continue joining just like we did before.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

To join the two red blocks, start like shown below.

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

joining hexagon crochet blocks using single crochet -grandmas garden quilt pattern

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