Want to make a small change in your home without undertaking major renovations? Begin by rearranging the items you already have in your home! Using these crochet plant hangers to hang your potted plants is a simple but effective way to get started. It will elevate your plants to different levels, creating new spaces and interesting dimensions.
You don’t have a lot of live plants to hang? There’s no need to worry because these crochet hanging plant patterns work with both live plant pots and crochet plants. If you’re looking for crochet patterns for plants, check out our Free Crochet Plant Patterns List (coming soon) for some inspiring tutorials.
We scoured the internet to bring you this incredible collection of free crochet plant holder patterns and crochet flower pot hangers. Plants can now be removed from mantle tops, dining tables, coffee tables, and floors to make more room. Use these pot hangers to create eye-catching positions in bathroom corners, kitchen walls, porch ceilings, window tops, and other areas to make your house look brand new again.
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FAQ: How To Crochet Plant Hanger
What do I need to crochet a plant holder?
The materials will vary depending on the pattern, but for an easy plant hanger crochet, you will need the following: 1. Scissors 2. Plant Pots 3. Crochet Hook 4. Yarn 5. Macramé ring 6. Tapestry needle 7. Tassels and beads
What is the best yarn for a crochet plant hanger?
You should use the yarn that the pattern tells you to use.
Generally, the best yarn would be one that wouldn’t stretch even after being pulled down by the weight of all that dirt and pot. Your options are yarns such as macramé ropes, cotton, t-shirt yarn, cotton cord, twine, or linen.
Another good option would be nylon string. This fiber dries rather quickly if it gets wet, doesn’t encourage mold growth, plus nylon is incredibly robust.
However, if the tutorial specifies a certain type of yarn, it is best to stick with it to get the most desirable outcome.
How do you crochet a plant hanger in general?
A crochet plant hanger pattern is not the hardest thing to pull off. You can decide the complexity of your crochet plant hanger pattern according to your skill level.
Here are a few things to take note of when choosing a pattern: 1. The crochet plant hanger free pattern has to be sturdy enough to hold up a ceramic or glass pot filled with dirt; ensure you use quality yarn and the right yarn. 2. The construction of the plant hanger has to fit the shape and size of your pot so it will hold it in place and not rotate too much.
With just a couple of materials, some basic knowledge of crocheting (check out the complete guide to crochet for beginners if you need some guidance), and some patience, you’ll be able to create a beautiful hanging display of your own.
Start crocheting and share your completed handmade on Facebook and/or Instagram. Remember to tag us, @madefromyarn, so that we are able to see them.
Without further ado, here is our collection of crochet plant hanger patterns. You’ll find patterns for all types of styles and plant pot sizes, from large plants to small pot holders! Good luck with your crocheting.
This hexagonal boho pattern will make your home feel calm and relaxed, yet still be eye-catching enough. It's also a quick crochet project that uses less than 60 metres of macramé cord and takes less than 1 hour to complete.
Sizing: Small - to fit plant pots up to 38cm around x 10cm Medium - to fit plant pots up to 44cm around x 12cm Large - to fit plant pots up to 47cm around x 14cm
You'll only need about 55 yards of worsted-weight cotton yarn for this plant hanger, so feel free to use up your scraps. It features large holes that allow the designs on your pots to shine through. The tassels really bring everything together by balancing the emphasis on the pot downwards.
Who would have thought that a crochet plant hanger could transform your plants into works of art? This lacy trailing plant holder is made with a crochet curly cue technique, giving it a curly twisting look.
Sizing: To fit a pot with a diameter of 12.5-15cm (5-6 inches) and a similar height Overall length measures approximately 59cm (23.5 inches) from the tip of the hanging loop to the bottom of the pot when displaying a 12.5cm (5 inches) potted plant
Infuse your space with a fresh burst of nature by displaying these delightful crochet planter pods that are quick and easy to create. Crochet in Bernat yarn, pattern is worked in one piece in the round.
Sizing: Small Version: Approx 4½" [11.5 cm] diameter to fit 4" [10cm] plant pot. Large Version: Approx 7" [18 cm] diameter to fit 6" [15 cm] plant pot.
Have you ever come across an air plant? They are plants that do not require soil. Therefore, a simple wall hanger with a pocket attached is ideal for storing your air plant. What's more, it can be an excellent piece of wall art.
Sizing: Plant hanger size 5” wide x 6” tall (not including dowel) Small air plants