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Row 2: CH1 (does not count as a st from here and throughout the body) 2 HTR into the first st, HTR in each st, 2 HTR in the last st and turn. (8) Rnd 3: CH1, *Inc in the next st, HTR in the next* rep 8 times, join with a SLST to the first st. (24) Row 3: CH1 (does not count as a st from here and throughout the body) 2 HTR into the first st, HTR in each st, 2 HTR in the last st and turn. (10) You are able to amend the size of the crochet bee blanket by making more or less hexagons. The blanket has bee appliqués that are sewn on at the end so you can add as many as you like and arrange them as you wish or use the image below for reference when it comes to attaching them. PIN FOR LATER CROCHET TERMS Rnd 4: CH1, *Inc in the next st, HTR in the next 2 sts* rep 8 times, join with a SLST to the first st. (32)

Rnd 1: CH1 (does not count as a st here and through out), working into the magic ring, work 8 HTR, join with a SLST to the first st. (8) For amigurumi, you’ll also need some stuffing (polyfill or scrap yarn will work great) to give your bee some volume and shape.Ch 1 (ch 1 does not count as a stich), sc or hdc in the same stitch as the chain 1 and in each stitch across.

Rnd 3: CH2, (TR, CH1, 2 TR) into the CHSP, 2 TR in the SP between the clusters from previous row, *(2TR, CH1, 2 TR) in the CHSP, 2 TR in the next SP * rep 5 times, join to the top of the CH2 with a SLST. SLST into the next st and again into the CHSP. Rnd 2: CH2, (TR, CH1, 2 TR) into the CHSP, *(2 TR, CH1, 2 TR) in the next CHSP* rep 5 times, join to the top of the CH2 with a SLST. SLST into the next st and again into the CHSP. Crochet bees can be made with a variety of yarns. For amigurumi, you can go for a classic look with a yellow yarn like Red Heart Super Saver in Bright Yellow or choose a honey-colored yarn like Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Mustard for a more subdued tone. Pair your chosen yarn with a smaller hook size to create tight, sturdy stitches.

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With Colour A start with a magic ring (alternatively you can CH4 and join to the first CH with a SLST). Double Crochet (dc): Insert into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, you will have two loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops.

Rnd 6: CH2, (TR, CH1, 2 TR) into the CHSP, [2 TR in the next space] 4 times, *(2 TR, CH1, 2 TR) in the CHSP, [2 TR in the next SP] 4 times* rep 5 times, join to the top of the CH2 with a SLST. SLST into the next st and again into the CHSP. Fasten off Treble Crochet (tr): Yarn over, insert into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, you will have three loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops, yarn over, pull through remaining two loops. Rnd 4: CH2, (TR, CH1, 2 TR) into the CHSP, [2 TR in the next space] twice, *(2 TR, CH1, 2 TR) in the CHSP, [2 TR in the next SP] twice* rep 5 times, join to the top of the CH2 with a SLST. SLST into the next st and again into the CHSP.

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Rnd 5: CH2, (TR, CH1, 2 TR) into the CHSP, [2 TR in the next space] 3 times, *(2 TR, CH1, 2 TR) in the CHSP, [2 TR in the next SP] 3 times* rep 5 times, join to the top of the CH2 with a SLST. SLST into the next st and again into the CHSP. Fasten off Simple repeat the same in each row until you have achieve the height of the blanket you want to create For smaller projects such as keychains or appliques, a sturdy cotton yarn is the way to go. Lily Sugar ‘n Cream in Sunshine and Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran in Daffodil Yellow are both great choices. Hooks & other supplies This crochet bee blanket pattern is made from individual hexagons crocheted together with a continuous join which makes up the last round of the hexagon. If you choose to use a different joining method such as sewing them together, you will need to crochet an extra round of the hexagon (instructions included further down) before joining.

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