I finished this ages ago. Well, that's a bit of a fib because it isn't technically complete until the ends are darned and they aren't. But if I wait until then to show you you may never see it!
I developed a hexagon obsession back in April and started the table runner in May. I seem to remember declaring it finished around the Queen's Birthday weekend in June (but hadn't taken photos so can't be sure).
I know that a lot of table runners run the length of the table but I made mine short as our table is designed for 6 settings and I wanted to leave room if we did need to lay the 6 settings.
So here is my crochet hexagon table runner in all it's green and blue loveliness...
I used Lucy's Hexagon How-To tutorial and joined them as I went following her instructions on the tutorial. There are 22 hexagons (probably because my lucky number is 22!)
I really need to work out how to block things because the edges are curling I can see in these photos.
Does anyone have any blocking advice? Especially with a baby in the house so I can't do it on the floor!
The hexagons came together relatively quickly and it was nice to join them as I went. In fact I might have a go at a larger hexagon project like a blanket. This one is lovely! (In face- it was Heather's hexagon post that reminded me I hadn't shared this one!)
I haven't really crocheted since finishing this. It's silly not to making some woolly in this cold weather so I may have to start something soon before the weather warms up!