Crochet Hexagon Afghan Pattern

I started this crochet hexagon afghan about 6 months after teaching myself to crochet some four years ago. The whole purpose of me learning was so that I could teach my daughter, who said she really, really wanted to learn. As most moms know, the child frequently loses interest while we get addicted to whatever. LOL Anyway, while this is a beautiful pattern (and afghan), it felt like I was never going to finish it (It’s still not finished.), which is why the project stalled. I’ve worked on it in fits and spurts. The original pattern said it’d need 40 hexagons. I’m at 38. I think it’s going to need a lot more than that for it to be useful. Regardless, I put it down for a year or more. When I picked it back up yesterday, I had forgotten the pattern. After a thorough internet search, I discovered the original post of the pattern has disappeared. (Yeah! o.O) As I’m not really a veteran crocheter, it took me a couple of hours to figure out what I’d done. So, to prevent this from happening again, I’m posting the pattern. This is not the original pattern as I had adjusted it by adding a row and a few extra stitches. (Next time, I’ll stick to the pattern. I think I just added more work than I needed. LOL) If you remember the original pattern and afghan, you’ll see that the person who posted it was much better at it than I am. I’m still learning. 🙂 I don’t know all of the terminology, so bear with me. I’ve also embedded a 13+ minute video at the...