Happy Halloween to you all!
Looking for an easy Halloween hexagon crochet Hotpad idea? Well, this is your lucky day! This hexagon pad with a spider net attached in Halloween-themed colors is for you!
Grab your red and black leftover yarns and let’s start our Halloween decor journey!
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Is this spooky?
A crocheted hexagon Halloween-themed hot pad is a fun and festive way to add a touch of spookiness to your kitchen. This hot pad can be made using any type of yarn, but a dark color like black or red would be especially appropriate.
The hexagon shape is perfect for creating a spider web pattern, and you can add other Halloween-themed elements like pumpkins, bats, or ghosts. This hot pad is a great way to show your creativity and celebrate the Halloween season.
No matter how you choose to make it, a crocheted hexagon Halloween-themed hot pad is sure to be a hit with everyone who sees it. So get crocheting and start celebrating Halloween!
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Pattern Designed By: Sandra Stitches This pattern is copyright protected; it is unlawful to distribute this pattern in any form (free, sale or trade).
Let’s get to the Pattern, shall we?
Cygnet Chunky, 100 gr, 100% Acrylic, 156 m, in color Crushed Berry (C1), and Black (C2) – less than 1 skein of each, Use your stash!
Subs can be: any Acrylic yarn in Aran weight
Hook: US Size H-8(5 mm)
- Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape
- Not Relevant
This sample is 11”
- Ch = Chain
- Sc = Single Crochet
- Dc = Double Crochet
- SlSt = Slip Stitch
- Tr = Treble Crochet stitch
Specialty Stitch & Technique Key
Tripple Tr = Triple Treble crochet stitch
Yarn over 4 times, Insert hook in next stitch, Yarn over and pull up loop (6 loops on hook),yarn over and pull through 2 loops 5 times
- The pattern is worked in rounds .
- Ch2 does not counts as st at the beginning of first round
- You can work this pattern with one color or multiple as you wish- I used 2 different colors for the Halloween theme
- This pattern of two pieces: one hexagon and one spider web
- If changing colors make sure to have a changing technique and weave your ends in.
Ch 3, join with a SIst to form a ring.
Round 1: (C1) Ch 2. Into the center ring, make 12 Dc, join with a sl st to the top of first st
Round 2: (C1) Ch 2, *[(Dc1 + Tr1 + Dc1) in 1st st from hook, Dc1 in next 2 st]* repeat from *to* to a total of 6 , Slst to the top of 1st st
Now we have a hexagon with 6 corners as Treble stitches.
Round 2:(C1) Ch 2, Dc 1 in 1st st,(Dc1 + Tr1 + Dc1)on top of every Tr to make the corner and Dc1 on top of each Dc around, Slst to the top of 1st st
Round 3-7 : (C1) Ch 2, Repeat round 2: working 1 Dc on top of every Dc and (Dc+Tr+Dc) on top of each Tr from prev row, Slst to 1st st.
Change to color 2
Round 8 : (C2) Ch 2, Repeat round 2: working 1 Dc on top of every Dc and (Dc+Tr+Dc) on top of each Tr from prev row, Slst to 1st st
You can continue and make this decor bigger by adding rounds and changing colors as you wish.
The Spider Web
Ch4, Slst to 1st ch to form a loop using black
Round 1 : Ch1, Sc 6, Slst to 1st st to close the round
Round2 : Ch 4 (counts as Dc+ch1), *[Dc1 in next st, Ch1}* repeat fro *to* around, Slst to 2nd ch to close the loop
Round3 : Ch 8 (counts as Dc+ch5), *[skip ch-space Tr1 in next st, Ch5}* repeat fro *to* around, Slst to 3rd ch to close the loop
Round4 : Ch 14 (counts as 3XTr+ch9), *[skip ch-space Triple Tr1 in next st, Ch9}* repeat fro *to* around, Slst to 5th ch to close the loop
Fasten off the yarn, cut, and weave in the ends of both parts
Lay the wen on top of the hexagon and attach by sewing corners
Ways to style your Halloween-themed HotPad
- Layer it with other kitchen textiles. Place the hot pad on top of a placemat or runner in a coordinating color. You could also layer it with a kitchen towel or apron for a more festive look.
- Hang it on the wall. If you don’t need the hot pad for its intended purpose, you can hang it on the wall as a piece of art. Use a command hook or nail to secure it in place.
- Use it as a coaster. If you have a coffee table or end table in your kitchen, use the hot pad as a coaster for your drinks. This will help to protect your furniture from hot or wet spills.
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