Size US9 DPN's
Vanna's choice yarn.
(you can use any yarn and the appropriate needle size to make various sizes of hexagons)
Hexagons can be joined to make a pillow or blanket of any size. You will need to knit some half hexagons to create a straight edge.
Using the vanna yarn and 9 needles, each side of the hexagon measures 2 1/2 inches and 4 inches from side to side.
Bind on using long tail method, onto two needles alternating from one to the other till you have 10 stitches on each needle.
The needles will be next to each other and you'll knit in the round.
Knit one round
increase on the second, and each second round till you have 20 stitches on each needle, Knit front and back of first and last stitch on each needle.
When you get to 20 on each needle, knit a round and then start decreasing by K2tog on each end of each needle every second round.
(You can stuff the little hexagon with batting or something similar before binding off)
When you get back to 10 stitches on each needle, knit one round and bind off using the 3 needle method.
Long tail cast on, alternating needles.
At the halfway point - it forms a little pocket.
The blue hexagon is knit on size 7 needles. Caron simply soft yarn.