Total weight: 720gr. That number doesn’t make any sense at all, as I seem to have used about 455gr of the coloured yarn and about 400gr of the white. I came up with a system for making the hexagons so that no two would be the same. With seven colours and three coloured rounds, that made for 210 combinations. In order to complete the overall hexagon shape, I had to make seven extra hexagons, so there are seven sets of doubles. Link of the pattern is below!
by Lucy of Attic24
Hex-a-go-go [ Free Crochet Pattern ] pattern is available here.