Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Natural Granny Wall Hanging, Free Crochet Pattern + Video


Spruce up your space with this gorgeous and easy to make wall hanging!  Completed in just four rounds, you'll have your walls adorned in no time flat.  Try a soothing neutral like mine or have lots of fun with your favorite colors or the colors of your living space too!

Want a little help? There's a full video tutorial below too! 

Natural Granny Wall Hanging
By Jennifer Dickerson

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Materials:
  • 9.0 mm crochet hook 
  • Any worsted weight yarn held double (two good choices include Lion Brand Vanna's Choice or Knit Picks Brava Worsted)
  • Tapestry needle 
  • Scissors 
  • Tape Measure
  • Embroidery Hoop (I used a hoop that is 9.5 inches across)
Finished Sizing:
  • 9.5 inches across


Instructions for granny circle:

Ch 4,  then join with a sl st in the ch furthest from the hook.

Round 1: ch 3, then work 11 dc into the center of the ring, then join with a sl st to close round.

Round 2: Ch 3 then work a (dc, ch 1) in the first space.  *Work (2 dc, ch 1) in the next space.  Repeat from * to end of round, then join with a sl st to close round.

Round 3:  Ch 3 then work a (dc, ch 1) in between each dc from the previous round, then join with a sl st to close round.

Round 4: Ch 3, then in the first space work a (dc, ch 1).  *In the next space work (2 dc, ch 1).  Repeat from * to end of round.  Join with a sl st to close round.

Assembly instructions:
  • Fasten off yarn and weave in any ends.
  • Cut a long strand of matching yarn and thread the tapestry needle.
  • With a tapestry needle, whip stitch the piece onto the inner hoop, ensuring that it is centered and does not sag.
  • Add the outer hoop back on to the outside.
  • To add fringe, pull a strand of yarn about 24 inches long.  Fold in half, pull more, fold in half, pull more yarn, then fold again.
  • With your hook, go into one of the bottom stitches with your yarn bundle, and hooks loops through.  Tighten.
  • Repeat adding fringe to the entire bottom part of the hanging.
  • Trim the bottom--you can cut it across, a V shape, or at an angle, anything you like!


© Jennifer Dickerson 2020

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for this wonderful pattern with a bonus video to got with it! One day I will get better reading patterns. I don't understand
    why they intimidate me so much. Thank you!

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