That's a small sample! You might be best off just running a column right off.
When you don't know what to use, use absolute or 95% ethanol. When that doesn't work, dissolve it in a small portion of DCM, add an equal volume or so of methanol (stop adding MeOH before it goes cloudy) put it in a suitably sized flask, stick a cotton ball or wad of paper towel in the neck, and put it someplace quiet for 24-48 hours. It's amazing how often this gets crystals.
This is assuming that your stuff is nearly insoluble in MeOH and fully soluble in DCM, which is true of an amazingly wide range of organic compounds. I like MeOH better than hexane for the poor solvent, it seems to cause a steeper solubility gradient vs. solvent composition and reduces the chance of oils.
If you want to do a traditional boil'n'cool recrystallization and your stuff isn't soluble in any common alcohols or it oils, try a chloroform/methanol or dichloroethane/ethanol blend (or even chloroform/ethanol if you are feeling lazy) as this mixture will dissolve damn near anything in the right proportions. There will usually be losses due to the enhanced solubility. Be sure to do this in the hood so you're not inhaling chlorinated solvent vapors. A good way to do it is to dissolve your stuff in chloroform, add methanol until it hazes, heat it up til it boils and goes clear, then let it cool slowly. (Substitute your halogen solvent/alcohol as needed)