Hexaflexagon & Cowl – Pattern

£4.20

Now available from Ravelry only.
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hexa-flexa-cowl

Hexaflexagons are traditionally made from strips of paper. They are flat hexagons folded in such a way that they have more faces than you would expect.

Please note this pattern is a PDF download.

The pattern contains instructions for the mini hexaflexagon and the hexaflexacowl, see below for pattern details.

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Description

Tri-Hexaflexagon

Yarn
Bergere De France Barisienne 100% Acrylic, 50g/140m, DK weight.
Colours Geranium (Red), Igloo (White), Tournesol (Yellow), Methylene (Blue), Reglisse (Black)

3.5mm/US 4 Knitting Needles Darning needle for seaming

Gauge 7 stitches / 9.5 rows per 2.5cm (1”) Gauge is not super critical as long as your triangles are equilateral.

HexaFlexaCowl

Yarn
Fyberspates Scrumptious 4ply (fingering/sock weight) 45% Silk, 55% Superwash Merino. 365m per 100g
Colours A – Purple, B – Gold, C – Teal You’ll need about 30g or 110m of each colour.

Other Materials
4mm/US 6 Knitting Needles
Darning needle for seaming
Interfacing (optional)

Gauge: 29 stitches / 30 rows per 10cm (4”)

Here’s a video of the mini hexaflexagon in action. I keep mine on my desk and flex it while I’m thinking/daydreaming!

Knitted Hexaflexagon from Max Alexander on Vimeo.