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Make a Beautiful Woven Hexagon Blanket!

Make a Beautiful Woven Hexagon Blanket!

Inside: Woven Hexagon Blanket pattern with 2 premade designs for a baby blanket and couch throw. Or use the blank design template to design your own. Complete with tutorial videos!

Create a stunning, unique design with hexagons!  The Woven Hexagon Blanket pattern gives you instructions for two blanket sizes, baby blanket and couch throw.  You also have the option to make your blanket with or without a border.  

Pattern contains written instructions, 4 premade design layouts, a blank design template for you to customize and links to fully-captioned tutorial videos that teach you both how to weave the hexagons and sew them together.

woven hexagon blanket pattern showing stack of hexagons

Woven Hexagon Blanket

By Kristen Mangus

A downloadable PDF of this pattern is available in my Etsy store or from Ravelry at the links below:


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Medium (#4) weight yarn
Caron Simply Soft (170 g / 6 oz, 288 meters / 315 yards) used in sample hexagons.
Color A: Gold
Color B: Gray Heather

6” hexagon weaving loom from Kiss Looms

Tapestry needle
Long crochet hook or locker hook for weaving



Baby Blanket
NO Border: Approx. 48” x 43” (123 x 109 cm)
With Border: Approx. 51” x 43” (130 x 109 cm)

Couch Throw 
NO Border: Approx. 48” x 64” (123 x 163 cm)
With Border: Approx. 51” x 69” (130 x 175 cm)

seaming the woven hexagon blanket


This project uses individual hexagons woven on a hexagon loom that are later sewn together.  The hexagons are slightly longer than they are tall so be sure to line up the hexagons correctly so all sides seam smoothly.

The solid color hexagons use a single strand of yarn and the two-color one uses two strands (one of each color) held together.

I included 2 sample blanket sizes, but you can easily make this blanket any size. Use the blank design template below to plan your blanket.

  • To lengthen/shorten the blanket: Each row measures approx. 5.325”.  Add or subtract rows to reach your desired length.
  • To make the blanket wider/narrower:  Each column of hexagons adds approx. 5.125” to your total width.  Add or subtract hexagons to reach your desired width.

Adding a border:  You can make this blanket with or without a border.  Without the border the hexagons create a zig-zag edge. If you prefer a smooth edge, add the border hexagons.  These border shapes are made by folding a hexagon in half before seaming.   Design schematics are shown both with or without the border.


  1. Use one of the premade templates below or design your own using the blank template.
  2. Make all the hexagons needed for your blanket.
  3. Weave in ends or use them for seaming your hexagons.
  4. Lay out all your hexagons for the blanket first.  Make sure that your hexagons are all aligned the same way.  Your weave should line up straight across the scarf, not diagonally.  
  5. Using a tapestry needle sew all hexagons together as shown in the tutorial video.  

Hexagon Baby Blanket

hexagon baby blanket no border schematic

NO border – Make the following number of hexagons:
Color A (solid yellow): 10
Color B: (solid gray): 24
Color C (two-color): 33

hexagon baby blanket with border schematic

WITH border – Make the following number of hexagons:

Color A: 36
Color B: 24
Color C: 33

Hexagon Couch Throw

hexagon couch throw no border schematic

NO border – Make the following number of hexagons:

Color A (solid yellow): 24
Color B: (solid gray): 20
Color C (two-color): 60

hexagon couch throw with border schematic

WITH border – Make the following number of hexagons:

Color A (yellow): 48
Color B (gray): 40
Color C (two-color): 60

Design your own Woven Hexagon Blanket

If you want to get creative with your own unique design, use the blank template below. (To download this template to your device, right-click the image and choose “Save image as …”)

blank woven hexagon blanket template


woven hexagon blanket pin image

Woven Hexagon Blanket Video Tutorials

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Use the following video tutorials to see how to weave the individual hexagons and how to seam them together into your blanket.

For your convenience, video tutorials are available in both a right-handed and left-handed format.

Right handed

Left handed

Be sure to try my other weaving projects:

Hexagon Scarf

Hexagon Cowl

How to Weave on a Triangle Loom