Hexagons are used all the time in quilting and quite a lot in crochet but you don’t see them that often in knitting. This triangular shawl is made up of tessellating hexagons, you pick up from the edges of one to make the next, so you can keep going for as long as you like. Pattern available here
This scarf was done in Araucania Puelo which is 100% baby llama so very soft and warm. It is hand dyed so the colour effects are great, no two hexagons are the same.
I was hoping to have a full garment finished for the last pattern of this month but the weather has been so bad I’ve got no good photos, so it’ll have to wait!