The edging turned out beautifully! It really cleaned up the edge and tied the whole thing together. And I only had to go round the blanket twice, phew!
And for all those interested, the all important stats!
Pattern: Hexa-ghan by verybusymonkey
Yarn: Universal Cotton Supreme Yarn
I used 3.09 skeins/556.2 yards/309 grams of lemon, 2.54 skeins/457.2 yards/254 grams of beige, 3.17 skeins/570.6 yards/317 grams of lime, and 3.09 skeins/556.2 yards/309 grams of teal. That brings the total to 11.89 skeins/2,140.2 yards/1,189 grams of yarn total. I worked a total of 44 hexagons in eight rows!
Needles: US 8 dpns
Mods: I added a single crochet border around the edge to neaten it up and tie the whole project together.
Now it’s washed, dried, folded, and waiting in Jellybean’s crib! I can’t wait 🙂