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Moon Shimmer Free Crochet Hexagon Sweater Pattern : Stay Warm in Style

With its unique construction and customizable features, my crochet hexagon sweater pattern will show you how to craft a one-of-a-kind sweater that will keep you cozy and fashionable through Autumn/Fall, Winter and Spring.

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This versatile pattern is written for sizes Small to 3X using UK and US crochet terms.

All sizes are worked the same until the armhole depth is reached and then only 3 sides of the hexagon are crocheted to continue extending the front and back for your size (diagrams are included). 

Options are written in the instructions for extending the sleeves and working a ribbed sleeve cuff and adding a ribbed hem to the sweater.  The extended sleeves give a bishop style to the design.  It’s totally up to you whether you leave the sleeves as three-quarter. 

The ribbed hem does gather the base of the sweater giving a fabulous shape overall although you can also leave this off if that is your preference. 

You can customize your hexagon crochet sweater further by adding a hood. The hood is worked directly onto the collar of the sweater. 

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two images 1) a woman is standing with her hands on her hips wearing a hexagon crochet sweater with the hood up 2) the same sweater styled on a mannequin

The hood is easy to crochet.  Without the hood, the hexagon crochet sweater will look like the image below:

a sweater with no hood is styled on a mannequin

Why you’ll love crocheting this hexagon crochet sweater

Unique Construction: Hexagon sweaters stand out due to their unconventional construction. Creating a garment with two hexagons can be a refreshing break from traditional rectangular or square patterns.
Hooded Option: The option to add a hood can be a practical and stylish addition to the sweater, providing extra warmth and coziness.
Learn New Skills: the opportunity to expand your crochet skills and tackle a more complex design.

Design Inspiration

My popular crochet hexagon cardigan pattern got me thinking … how challenging would it be to design a pattern for a hexagon sweater?  My Ocean Hues cardigan instructions are made-to-measure, but I wanted this pattern worked out to sizes.  Was that possible? 

I had to take quite a few measurements as I crocheted and work out lots of maths.  I’m really happy with how the sample turned out!

I’ve rated this design as easy, but the instructions do need to be read carefully.

two images 1) a woman is facing away showing the back of a crochet sweater 2) the same hexi sweater is styled on a mannequin

How the Hexagon Crochet Sweater is Worked

This crochet hexagon sweater is constructed with two hexagons which are sewn together.

A repeat of rounds/rows of treble crochet (US double crochet) and V-stitch clusters form the stitch pattern. 

Rounds are worked until the depth of the armhole for your size is reached and then continues to work in rows on 3 sides of the hexagon (as in the diagram below).

diagram of a hexagon with arrows showing where to continue working the sweater in rows

Once the width has been extended for your size on the first hexagon, you will crochet the second hexagon to the same point.

Next, you will measure the neckline and use stitch markers to mark the front on both right and left hexagons.  Two rows are crocheted from the stitch markers for the front.

The tops of the sleeves for the back of the hexi sweater are extended by two rows on both right and left hexagons across the full width to match the front.

The front panels and back panels on both hexagons are then joined by seaming the middle.

Next, the sleeve seams are sewn.  If you want to extend the sleeves to full length, instructions are included for adding rounds for your size and a ribbed cuff.

Likewise, if you want to add a ribbed hem to the bottom of your sweater, instructions are included.

This hexagon crochet sweater has the option of adding a hood.  The hood is worked directly onto the collar.

two images 1) a woman is looking to side wearing a sweater 2) the same sweater styled on a mannequin

Related Crochet Sweater Patterns

If you like crocheting with different stitches and techniques, you might like the Fruitdrop sweater.  This pattern has an unusual construction with the body crocheted in ripple stitch and the sleeves in granny squares.

Prefer a straightforward sweater with minimal shaping?  You might like the Mystic Garden easy crochet sweater pattern.

Have you tried a raglan style jumper?  The Le Jardin pattern is worked from the top down.

Looking to crochet your first sweater? Have a browse of these easy-to-follow free sweater patterns.

If you’re wondering what to do with those odds and ends in your yarn stash (and a blanket just isn’t grabbing your interest), have a browse of these of patchwork cardigan patterns.

With a one-row repeat, this seamless cardigan is an easy project.  You’ll enjoy the freedom of choosing the length to suit your personal style.

Featuring a stunning granny square motif on the back, this versatile crochet shrug pattern is an easy project.

Planning your summer makes?  This bright striped cardigan or long-sleeved cardigan worked in open stitches could be just what you’re looking for.  Browse these free summer crochet cardigans for inspiration.

Yarn

Cygnet Pato Baby DK is not only a great value yarn for baby makes but adult garments too!

Although rated as DK weight, I’ve found it is closer to Aran/worsted weight.   This yarn gives excellent stitch definition and a lovely cozy texture.

a large image of a ball of yarn with 4 smaller images of the same yarn in different colours
BrandCygnet
Yarn WeightDK
Blend100% Acrylic
Ball Weight100g
Yarn length270 m / 295yds per ball
Tension22 stitches, 30 rows to 10cm square
Care InstructionsMachine washable 40 degrees

Pattern Notes

  • Chain one does not count as a stitch.
  • Chain two does not count as a stitch.
  • Chain three counts as a stitch.
  • Sizes are denoted thus: S, M, L, XL, 2X, 3X.
  • Repeat stitches in rounds and rows are indicated with * followed by the stitches to repeat.
  • Loosen your tension for slip stitches to corner spaces as these stitches are worked into on the following round.
  • V-stitch cluster rounds be careful of the corner spaces (three separate stitches and not clusters).
  • When working the ribbed hem, rejoin yarn at the side to hide the join.
  • When extending sleeves, rejoin yarn at inner arm.
  • When working the finish on the neck, rejoin yarn at the shoulder.
  • If you substitute the yarn, check your gauge (see yarn information).
montage of 4 photos showing a different view of a woman wearing a crochet hexagon sweater

Level

Easy

Materials

  • Cygnet Pato Baby DK in Vanilla Cream 6, (7, 8, 8, 9, 10) 100g balls
  • 4mm / G6 crochet hook
  • Stitch markers
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

Stitches and Abbreviations

UK Crochet TermsUS Crochet Terms
Double Crochet (dc)Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet 2 Together (dc2tog): Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through, insert hook into the next stitch, yarn over, (3 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through all 3 loops.Single Crochet 2 Togther (sc2tog): Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through, insert hook into the next stitch, yarn over, (3 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through all 3 loops.
Treble Crochet (tr)Double Crochet (dc)
Treble 2 Together (tr2tog): Yarn over, insert hook into the stitch, yarn over and pull through loop, 3 loops on hook. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops.  Yarn over, insert the hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull through loop,  yarn over and pull through 2 of the 4 loops, yarn over and pull through the 3 loops on the hook.  Treble 2 together made.Double 2 Together (dc2tog): Yarn over, insert hook into the stitch, yarn over and pull through loop, 3 loops on hook. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops.  Yarn over, insert the hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull through loop,  yarn over and pull through 2 of the 4 loops, yarn over and pull through the 3 loops on the hook.  Treble 2 together made.
V-stitch Cluster (VstCL): treble 2 together, chain 1, treble 2 together in the same stitch.V-Stitch Cluster (VstCL): double 2 together, chain 1, double 2 together in the same stitch.
Back Loop Only (blo): work in the back loop of the indicated stitch
  • Ch = chain
  • St/s = stitche/es
  • Sl st = slip stitch
  • Rep = repeat
  • Sp = space
  • Sk = skip
  • Ea = each
  • Prev = previous
  • RS = right side
  • WS = wrong side
  • Incl = including
  • Cont = continue
  • Rem = remaining
4 images showing different aspects of a crochet sweater styled on a mannequin

Gauge / Tension

8 rounds = 10 cm X 10cm (6 rounds treble crochet/double crochet and 2 rounds V-stitch cluster)

Measurements

Measurements include positive ease.

SizeWidthLengthYarn Amounts
S92cm / 37”59cm / 23”1746yds (6 balls)
M103cm / 41”60cm / 23.5”1966yds (7 balls)
L108cm / 43”61cm / 24”2106yds (8 balls)
XL116cm / 46”62cm / 24.5”2336yds (8 balls)
2X128cm / 51”63cm / 25”2616yds (9 balls)
3X132cm / 52”64cm / 25.5”2718yds (10 balls)
OPTIONAL HOOD one size  29cm / 11.5”  35cm / 13.5”  220yds (1 ball)
Yarn amounts include ribbed hem and full sleeve length with a ribbed cuff.  If you choose not to add the ribbed hem or longer sleeves with ribbed cuff, this will alter the amount of yarn you need. 
two images showing a sweater styled on a mannequin and the other image a woman wearing the same sweater

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Testimonials

5 star review for Moon Shimmer Hexagon Sweater pattern reads: Love this pattern. First time doing hexi. Sharon is very responsive and helpful. This is a very well written pattern and will be very warm and practical. Thank you Sharon for this wonderful design.

5 stars “Love this pattern. First time doing a hexi. Sharon is very responsive and helpful. This is a very well written pattern and will be very warm and practical. Thank you Sharon for this wonderful design.” Source: Etsy review from Judi on 27th November 2023.

Hexagon Sweater Instructions UK Crochet Terms

With a 4mm crochet hook

Ch4, sl st in 1st ch to form a circle/ring

Round 1: ch3, working into ring, [2tr, ch2], *[3tr, ch2], * rep total of 5 times, sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp (18tr, 6 ch2-sps)

Round 2: ch3, working in corner sp, [tr, ch2, 2tr], tr to corner sp, * [2tr, ch2, 2tr] in corner sp, tr to corner sp, * rep around, sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp (42tr, 6 ch2-sps)

Round 3 to 6: rep round 2 (138tr, 6 ch2-sps)

Round 7: ch3, [2tr, ch2, 3tr] in corner sp, * [sk 2 sts, VstCL in next st], * rep to corner sp, **[3tr, ch2, 3tr] in corner sp, [sk 2 sts, VstCL in next st, ** rep around, sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp (42 VstCL, 36tr, 6 ch2-sps)

Round 8: ch3, [2tr, ch2, 3tr] in corner sp, *sk 1 st, VstCL in next st, VstCL in ch1-sps to last 3 sts before corner sp, sk 1 st, VstCL in next st, [3tr, ch2, 3tr] in corner sp, * rep around, sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp (54 VstCL, 36tr, 6 ch-2sps)

Round 9: ch3, [tr, ch2, 2tr] in corner sp, tr in ea tr and ch1-sp from prev round to corner sp, *[2tr, ch2, 2tr] in corner sp, tr in ea tr and ch1-sp to corner sp, * rep around sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp (222tr, 6 ch2-sps)

Round 10 – 12: rep round 2

Round 13: ch3, [2tr, ch2, 3tr] in corner sp, *sk 2 sts, VstCL in next st, * rep to corner sp, sk last st before corner sp, ** [3tr, ch2, 3tr) in corner sp, [sk 2 sts, VstCL in next st] to corner sp, sk last st before corner sp, ** rep around, sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp

Round 14: rep round 8

Round 15: rep round 9

Size S fasten off and go to extending front and back

Round 16: rep round 2

Size M & L fasten off and go to extending front and back

Round 17: rep round 2

Size XL fasten off and go to extending front and back

Round 18: rep round 2

Size 2X & 3X fasten off and go to extending front and back

Extending Front and Back

Now working in rows on 3 sides of the hexagon opposite the sleeves (see diagram in how the pattern is worked)

Rows are worked in the same pattern as the rounds

The first row starts with ch3 and works directly into the next stitch (not the corner space) and ends with 1 tr in corner sp

All other rows start with ch3 and end working into the last st

Working on the RS, rejoin yarn at the middle of the back

arrows showing where to rejoin yarn for extending the back and front of the sweater and a diagram of a hexagon with arrows showing the direction

Size S Only

Row 1: rep round 2

Row 2: rep round 2

Row 3: rep round 13

Row 4: rep round 8

Fasten off

Size M Only

Row 1: rep round 2

Row 2: rep round 2

Row 3: rep round 2

Row 4: rep round 13

Row 5: rep round 8

Fasten off

Size L Only

Row 1: rep round 2

Row 2: rep round 2

Row 3: rep round 13

Row 4: rep round 8

Row 5: rep round 9

Row 6: rep round 2

Fasten off

Size XL only

Row 1: rep round 2

Row 2: rep round 13

Row 3: rep round 8

Row 4: rep round 9

Row 5 – 7: rep round 2

Fasten off

Size 2X only

Row 1: rep round 13

Row 2: rep round 8

Row 3: rep round 9

Row 4 – 8: rep round 2

Fasten off

Size 3X only

Row 1: rep round 13

Row 2: rep round 8

Row 3: rep round 9

Row 4 – 9: rep round 2

Fasten off

Neck Shaping (front)

All sizes

Fold the hexagons into the right and left sides of the cardigan.  Measure 13 cm from the middle edge at the front towards the sleeve on the front and place a stitch marker.  Do this for left and right sides.

Working on the WS, rejoin the yarn at the stitch marker.

Row 1: ch3, tr in ea st across, turn

Row 2: rep row 1

Fasten off

Extending back to match the front

Working on the WS, rejoin yarn at the sleeve edge on the back

Row 1: ch3, tr in ea st to the middle, turn

Row 2: rep row 1

Fasten off

Assembly

With WS facing, sew the middle seam joining left and right for both front and back.

Sew top seams along top of sleeve and shoulder for both left and right.

Neck (finishing off)

With RS facing, rejoin yarn (see pattern notes), ch1, work dc evenly around entire neck, join with a sl st

Fasten off

Ribbed Hem

Rejoin yarn to hem of sweater (see pattern notes)

To prepare for the ribbed hem, ch1, *dc, dc2tog twice, *rep around, join with sl st to first st

Ch13

Row 1: dc 2nd ch from hook, dc in back bumps of ea ch, sl st to next 2 sts on hem edge, ch1, turn

Row 2: dc in 1st st, dc blo to last st, dc in last st, ch1, turn

Row 3: dc in 1st st, dc blo to last st, sl st to next 2 sts on hem edge, ch1, turn

Rep rows 2 and 3 to last st on hem edge

Sl st both ends to close seam

Fasten off

Further Extensions

Sleeves – all sizes

If you want to extend the length of your sleeve, working on the RS, rejoin yarn to sleeve (see pattern notes).

Continue working pattern for 6 more rounds.

Do not fasten off.

Ribbed Cuff

To prepare for the cuff, work one round of *dc, sk 2 sts, dc, * rep around

Ch9

Row 1: dc 2nd ch from hook, dc in back bumps of ea ch, sl st to next 2 sts on sleeve edge, ch1, turn

Row 2: dc in 1st st, dc blo to last st, dc in last st, ch1, turn

Row 3: dc in 1st st, dc blo to last st, sl st to next 2 sts on sleeve edge, ch1, turn

Rep rows 2 and 3 to last st on sleeve edge

Sl st both ends to close seam

Fasten off

Optional Hood

Place a st marker at the centre st on the front of the neckline

Row 1: With RS facing, rejoin yarn at centre st marker, ch1, work dc evenly around entire neck opening incl centre st, ch2, turn

Row 2: tr in first st, tr in ea st to end, ch2, turn

Rep row 2 until hood measures 28.5cm/11”

Shape First Side

Place st marker at centre of last row

Row 1: cont pattern across to within 2 sts of centre marker, turn leaving rem sts unworked

Row 2: cont pattern across to end, turn

Row 3: cont pattern across to within the last 2 sts, turn leaving rem sts unworked

Row 4: cont pattern across to end

Fasten off

Shape Second Side

Row 1: sk 2 sts to the left of the centre marker, cont pattern across, turn

Row 2: cont pattern across to end, turn

Row 3: sl st in first 3 sts, ch2, cont pattern across to end, turn

Row 4: cont pattern across to end

Assembling Hood

Working on WS, sew seam along the top edge and down to the st marker

Fasten off.

Weave in all ends.

A woman is standing facing away wearing a crochet sweater with the hood up

Related Crochet Cardigan Patterns

Hexagon Sweater Instructions US Crochet Terms

With a 4mm crochet hook

Ch4, sl st in 1st ch to form a circle/ring

Round 1: ch3, working into ring, [2dc, ch2], *[3dc, ch2], * rep total of 5 times, sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp (18dc, 6 ch2-sps)

Round 2: ch3, working in corner sp, [dc, ch2, 2dc], dc to corner sp, * [2dc, ch2, 2dc] in corner sp, dc to corner sp, * rep around, sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp (42dc, 6 ch2-sps)

Round 3 to 6: rep round 2 (138dc, 6 ch2-sps)

Round 7: ch3, [2dc, ch2, 3dc] in corner sp, * [sk 2 sts, VstCL in next st], * rep to corner sp, **[3dc, ch2, 3dc] in corner sp, [sk 2 sts, VstCL in next st, ** rep around, sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp (42 VstCL, 36dc, 6 ch2-sps)

Round 8: ch3, [2dc, ch2, 3dc] in corner sp, *sk 1 st, VstCL in next st, VstCL in ch1-sps to last 3 sts before corner sp, sk 1 st, VstCL in next st, [3dc, ch2, 3dc] in corner sp, * rep around, sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp (54 VstCL, 36dc, 6 ch-2sps)

Round 9: ch3, [dc, ch2, 2dc] in corner sp, dc in ea dc and ch1-sp from prev round to corner sp, *[2dc, ch2, 2dc] in corner sp, dc in ea dc and ch1-sp to corner sp, * rep around sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp (222dc, 6 ch2-sps)

Round 10 – 12: rep round 2

Round 13: ch3, [2dc, ch2, 3dc] in corner sp, *sk 2 sts, VstCL in next st, * rep to corner sp, sk last st before corner sp, ** [3dc, ch2, 3dc) in corner sp, [sk 2 sts, VstCL in next st] to corner sp, sk last st before corner sp, ** rep around, sl st to top of ch3, sl st to corner sp

Round 14: rep round 8

Round 15: rep round 9

Size S fasten off and go to extending front and back

Round 16: rep round 2

Size M & L fasten off and go to extending front and back

Round 17: rep round 2

Size XL fasten off and go to extending front and back

Round 18: rep round 2

Size 2X & 3X fasten off and go to extending front and back

Extending Front and Back

Now working in rows on 3 sides of the hexagon opposite the sleeves (see diagram in how the pattern is worked)

Rows are worked in the same pattern as the rounds

The first row starts with ch3 and works directly into the next stitch (not the corner space) and ends with 1 dc in corner sp

All other rows start with ch3 and end working into the last st

arrows showing where to rejoin yarn for extending the back and front of the sweater and a diagram of a hexagon with arrows showing the direction

Size S Only

Row 1: rep round 2

Row 2: rep round 2

Row 3: rep round 13

Row 4: rep round 8

Fasten off

Size M Only

Row 1: rep round 2

Row 2: rep round 2

Row 3: rep round 2

Row 4: rep round 13

Row 5: rep round 8

Fasten off

Size L Only

Row 1: rep round 2

Row 2: rep round 2

Row 3: rep round 13

Row 4: rep round 8

Row 5: rep round 9

Row 6: rep round 2

Fasten off

Size XL only

Row 1: rep round 2

Row 2: rep round 13

Row 3: rep round 8

Row 4: rep round 9

Row 5 – 7: rep round 2

Fasten off

Size 2X only

Row 1: rep round 13

Row 2: rep round 8

Row 3: rep round 9

Row 4 – 8: rep round 2

Fasten off

Size 3X only

Row 1: rep round 13

Row 2: rep round 8

Row 3: rep round 9

Row 4 – 9: rep round 2

Fasten off

Neck Shaping (front)

All sizes

Fold the hexagons into the right and left sides of the cardigan.  Measure 13 cm from the middle edge towards the sleeve on the front and place a stitch marker.  Do this for left and right sides.

Working on the WS, rejoin the yarn at the stitch marker.

Row 1: ch3, dc in ea st across, turn

Row 2: rep row 1

Fasten off

Extending back to match the front (no shaping)

Working on the WS, rejoin yarn at the sleeve edge on the back

Row 1: ch3, dc in ea st to the middle, turn

Row 2: rep row 1

Fasten off

Assembly

With WS facing, sew the middle seam joining left and right hexagons for both front and back.

Sew top seams along top of sleeve and shoulder for both left and right.

Neck (finishing off)

With RS facing, rejoin yarn (see pattern notes), ch1, work sc evenly around entire neck, join with a sl st

Fasten off

Ribbed Hem

Rejoin yarn to hem of sweater (see pattern notes)

To prepare for the ribbed hem, ch1, *sc, sc2tog twice, *rep around, join with sl st to first st

Ch13

Row 1: sc 2nd ch from hook, sc in back bumps of ea ch, sl st to next 2 sts on hem edge, ch1, turn

Row 2: sc in 1st st, sc blo to last st, sc in last st, ch1, turn

Row 3: sc in 1st st, sc blo to last st, sl st to next 2 sts on hem edge, ch1, turn

Rep rows 2 and 3 to last st on hem edge

Sl st both ends to close seam

Fasten off

Further Extensions

Sleeves – all sizes

If you want to extend the length of your sleeve, working on the RS, rejoin yarn to sleeve (see pattern notes).

Continue working pattern for 6 more rounds.

Do not fasten off.

Ribbed Cuff

To prepare for the cuff, work one round of *sc, sk 2 sts, sc, * repeat around

Ch9

Row 1: sc 2nd ch from hook, sc in back bumps of ea ch, sl st to next 2 sts on sleeve edge, ch1, turn

Row 2: sc in 1st st, sc blo to last st, sc in last st, ch1, turn

Row 3: sc in 1st st, sc blo to last st, sl st to next 2 sts on sleeve edge, ch1, turn

Rep rows 2 and 3 to last st on sleeve edge

Sl st both ends to close seam

Fasten off

Optional Hood

Place a st marker at the centre st on the front of the neckline

Row 1: With RS facing, rejoin yarn at centre st marker, ch1, work sc evenly around entire neck opening incl centre st, ch2, turn

Row 2: dc in first st, dc in ea st to end, ch2, turn

Rep row 2 until hood measures 28.5cm/11”

Shape First Side

Place st marker at centre of last row

Row 1: cont pattern across to within 2 sts of centre marker, turn leaving rem sts unworked

Row 2: cont pattern across to end, turn

Row 3: cont pattern across to within the last 2 sts, turn leaving rem sts unworked

Row 4: cont pattern across to end

Fasten off

Shape Second Side

Row 1: sk 2 sts to the left of the centre marker, cont pattern across, turn

Row 2: cont pattern across to end, turn

Row 3: sl st in first 3 sts, ch2, cont pattern across to end, turn

Row 4: cont pattern across to end

Assembling Hood

Working on WS, sew seam along the top edge and down to the st marker

Fasten off.

Weave in all ends.

Copyright Notice

The pattern and photographs of this design are the property of Sharon Goodwin at Jera’s Jamboree.  This pattern and design are subject to copyright and are for personal, non-commercial use only.  You may not share, resell, alter or redistribute this pattern in part or in whole. You may, however, sell any finished items you make.  If you would like to include this pattern in a roundup, you may take one photo and link back to this pattern.

Happy crocheting!

4 thoughts on “Moon Shimmer Free Crochet Hexagon Sweater Pattern : Stay Warm in Style”

  1. Hi Cassie, I’m glad you’re enjoying the project 🙂 Thanks for your question. Rejoin your yarn at the corner space and your first stitch will be in the next stitch (not the corner space). The row ends with a stitch in the corner space. Look forward to seeing your finished sweater.

  2. hello! I’ve really enjoyed this project, I’m starting the size extention for 2XL and I’m having a hard time figuring out where to rejoin my yarn. do I begin in the chain space or the stitch next to it?

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