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Published on 23 May 2013 | over 5 years ago

This video is a Loom Along of the Hexagon Blanket by Charity Windham; as taught and hosted by Kristen Mangus with permission by Charity Windham and corrections to pattern with collaboration by Charity and Kristen to improve and enhance the pattern.

Here is a link to the current pattern until the new one is tweaked according to the video. until then please see video for changes. Thanks! Ravelry link www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hexagon-baby-blanket-3 (Pattern featured in Loom Knitters Circle Magazine Winter 2012 edition and can be downloaded for a fee or its free before next issue is posted lkc.typepad.com/lkc/hexagon-baby-blanket.html) ((((UPDATE NOV 2015, Charity's project page is still up on Ravelry but her patterns are no longer able to be downloaded. There is nothing I can do legally to give copies. My apologies for any frustration it may cause.))))

For Larger blankets: per Charity on Facebook, "Here is a beautiful one that used 80 pegs on the AIO (All-n-One). It took her 8 wedges. It turned out to be 42.5 inches across. You can find out how large it will be now by measuring your cast on row and doubling that length. www.ravelry.com/projects/Castafiorisa/hexagon-baby-blanket " ....My guess/calculations is if you used all the pegs on the AIO that your blanket would be about 56" which would be very large. It might make 8 wedges though so not a hexagon but very nice anyhow. You'll just have to see.

I'm told a 3/4" gauge loom in 72 pegs will make a blanket about 60". They used a Martha Steward loom with every other hole used.

Happy Crafting!!
Kristen at GoodKnit Kisses
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