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The Snowflake Hexagon Mosaic Crochet Blanket was first introduced in my Prancing Through the Holidays event with Marly Bird, and until now, that was the only way for you to get this amazing mosaic blanket.

Purchase the crochet pattern on Ravelry, Etsy, or WeCrochet.

The fun part of the Snowflake Hexagon Mosaic Crochet Blanket is that is worked in pieces and then later crocheted together, making it very travel-friendly and much easier to work on.

Each hexagon is worked up with just 2 colors in the classic mosaic style of just using one color per row, but instead of cutting your yarn after each row, you will work back across, eliminating the need to fasten off your yarn and all those extra tails to weave in.

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Crochet Hook:

Size I (5.5mm) Hook


Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends


WeCrochet Brava

100% premium acrylic, 218 yds/100g


White (10 balls)

Wine (3 balls)

Marina (5 balls)

Mint (2 balls)

Total Yardage is 3,700


ch – chain

mdc – mosaic double crochet sc – single crochet

sl st – slip stitch

st(s) – stitch(es)


13 sts x 8.5 rows = 4×4 ins in sc

Skill Level:



59 inches x 54 inches, including the border.


How to read the colorwork instructions:
In the colorwork section, Color A will be abbreviated as (A), and Color B as (B).
Example: (B) x 9 = with Color B ssc the next 9 stitches

Snowflake Hexagon Mosaic Crochet Blanket Video:

For a video tutorial visit: Color A: White
Color B: Blue (Marina) Color C: Mint

There is no need to fasten off colors when changing every two rows, simply carry it up the side. The border will be worked over these strands.

For this style of crochet, I do not chain 2 to make the 1 chain space as other patterns do. I simply chain 1 for each skipped square loosely and continue on.

If you want to hide your chains on the back of your work, to not be a choking/entablement risk, work the mdc around the chain stitches so that the chain is incorporated into the mdc.

This pattern is worked in pieces and joined together, similar to a quilt. Blocking pieces before joining is recommended.

Special Stitches:
A mosaic double crochet is worked as a double crochet stitch, but it will be worked into the

skipped stitch three rows below. This stitch will be worked on the front (or right sides) or the blanket.

How to read the colorwork instructions:

In the colorwork section Color A will be abbreviated as (A), and Color B as (B). Example: (B) x 9 = with Color B sc the next 9 stitches


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