Watch how to knit the beautiful hexagon stitch

Watch Wool and the Gang's video above for a super easy to follow step-by-step on the hexagon stitch.
Looking for the perfect textured stitch? Then, look no further and learn how to knit the hexagon stitch. This one may take a little bit more of practice to tackle. However, the resulting geometric look is more than worth it. Now that winter is almost here, it's time for sweaters and blankets, and the compact nature of the hexagon stitch turns into an ideal option for those.
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This is what you need to get the exact look of this video:
- Wool Me Tender Yarn in Sand Trooper Beige, available for purchase here.
- 6.5mm/US10.5 Rosewood Knitting Needles (you'd need two), available for purchase here.
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