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Crochet Wall Hanging Free Pattern

Do you love plants? Do you love bees? Then this crochet wall hanging is the perfect addition to your home décor. You start with a nicely textured background. Then add the flowers and bee appliques. Choose a dowel or head outside to find the perfect stick to showcase your Bee Happy Wall Hanging.

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Pinterest pin of a crochet wall hanging with daisies in a pot and a crochet bee.

Supplies Needed

-#4 cotton (I used Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton)—100 yds for wall hanging, Daisy color: 20-30 yds, Green for stems: 10-15 yds, Pot color(can be one color or two): 20-30 yds, Yellow(Bee): 10-15 yds, Black (Bee): 10-15 yds, Wings(Bee): 5-10 yds, Border Color: 20-30 yds.

-US H(5mm) and US F(3.75 mm) hooks (I love using Furls Streamline Resin Hooks)

12″ dowels

-Straight Pins (optional) helpful for positioning pieces for sewing

Tapestry needle for sewing

Gauge:

For the hanging: 8 rows=4” , 3 pattern repeats=4”

Size:

9″ wide by 12″ long

This pattern is suitable for the advanced beginner and up.

Abbreviations Used {US Terms}:

MC=main color; CC=contrasting color

ch=chain

sk=skip

dc=double crochet

sc=single crochet

rep=repeat

st(s)=stitch(es)

HBhdc=Herringbone half double crochet

Inc=Increase(2 sts in same st)

BL=back loops

MR=magic ring

hdc=half double crochet

sl st=slip stitch

Dec=decrease(crochet 2 stitches together)

ch-3 sp=chain 3 space

Special stitches used in this crochet wall hanging:

HBhdc: yo, insert hook in st, yo, pull through st and first loop on hook, yo, pull through remaining 2 loops.

Picot: ch 3, sl st in 1st ch of the ch 3

Showing the placement of crochet daisies on a crochet wall hanging.

Notes:

  • Blocking Wall Hanging recommended
  • Pinning pieces in place before sewing is helpful
  • Hanging uses H hook. All other pieces use F hook

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Pattern Instructions for crochet wall hanging

Wall Hanging:

With MC and H hook, ch 50

Row 1: sk 3 ch, counts as dc, 2 dc in 4th ch, *sk 3 ch, sc next ch, ch 3, dc next 3 ch; rep from * until 4 ch remain, sk 3 ch , sc in last ch, turn [21 dc, 7 sc, 6 ch 3]

Row 2: ch 3, counts as dc, 2 dc in first sc, *sk 3 sts, sc in first ch of the ch 3, ch 3, dc next 2 ch, dc next sc; rep from * until 2 dc and ch 3 remain, sk 2 dc, sc in tch, turn [21 dc, 7 sc, 6 ch 3]

Rows 3-24: rep row 2  At end of 24, fasten off. Weave in ends.

Border:

With CC, and RS facing you, join in bottom right corner, hdc evenly in ends of rows up the side to corner, 3 hdc in corner, *hdc to ch-3 sp, (sl st, ch 12, sl st) in ch-3 sp; rep from * until you have 7 loops, 3 hdc in corner, hdc evenly in ends of rows down other side to corner, 3 hdc in corner. *hdc to ch-3 sp, (hdc, picot, hdc) in ch-3 sp, hdc to next ch-3 sp; rep from * until you have 6 picot sts, hdc to end, add 2 hdc in beginning st. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Blocking the wall hanging is recommended.

Daisy: (Make 3)

With yellow and F hook, using a MR, 12 sc in ring, pull closed, sl st in first st. Fasten off.

Join white in first st, *ch 6, sc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc next 2, dc next 2, sk next st on circle, sl st next st; rep from * to make 5 more petals, sl st in same st as beginning petal. Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.

For stems, you will join green with sl st in any sl st between any 2 petals.

For one daisy, ch 10, sl st 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, sl st in beginning st between petals [9] Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.

For one daisy, ch 13, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, sl st in beginning st between petals [12] Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.

For one daisy, ch 25, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, sl st in beginning st between petals [24] Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.

Leaf:

Ch 7, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc next, hdc next 2, dc next, 3 dc last st, working on other side of ch, dc next 2, hdc next 2, sc next 2 [14] Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.

Pot:

With main pot color, Ch 13,

Row 1: Hbhdc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, turn [12]

Row 2: ch 1, HBhdc across, turn [12]

Row 3: ch 1, Inc in first st, HBhdc across to last st, Inc in last st, turn [14]

Row 4: ch 1, Hbhdc across, turn [14]

Row 5: ch 1, Inc in first st, HBhdc across to last st, Inc in last st, turn [16]

Rows 6-7: ch 1, HBhdc across, turn [16]

Row 8: ch 1,  Inc in first st, HBhdc across to last st, Inc in last st, turn [18]

Row 9: ch 1, HBhdc across, turn [18] Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.

If you are using a CC for top of pot, change to that color now. Ch 3, join in the BL’s of the first st of row 9, working in BL’s this row only, sc across to end, ch 4, turn, sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 2 ch, sc across until you reach the starting chain, sc in each of the 3 ch [24] Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.

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Bee:

You will be changing colors. I did not fasten off the colors but carried them loosely up the side. They will be crocheted over when you crochet around the finished bee.

With Black, ch 3

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and next st, turn [2]

Row 2: ch 1, Inc first st, sc next 2, join yellow in last st, turn[3]

Row 3: ch 1, Inc first st, sc across, Inc last st, turn [5]

Row 4: ch 1, sc across, changing to black in last st, turn [5]

Row 5: ch 1, Dec first two sts, sc next, Dec last 2 sts, turn [3]

Row 6: ch 1, Dec first two sts, sc last st, changing to yellow in last st, turn [2]

Row 7: ch 1, Inc first st, sc next 2, turn [3]

Row 8: ch 1, Inc first st, sc next, Inc last st, changing to black in last st, turn [5]

Row 9: ch 1, Inc in first st, sc across, Inc in last st, turn [7]

Row 10: ch 1, sc across, changing to yellow in last st, turn [7]

Row 11: ch 1, Dec first 2 sts, sc across, Dec last 2 sts, turn [5]

Row 12: ch 1, Dec first 2 sts,  sc next, Dec last 2 sts, do not turn [3]

Switching to black or yellow when needed, sc in end of each row and in each st around entire bee. Fasten off, leaving long tails of both colors for sewing.

Wings: Make 2

Ch 7, hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc next 4, 3 hdc in last st, working on other side of ch, hdc next 6, join with sl st in first st [14] Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.

Sew wings to bee on the middle yellow stripe.

Assembly:

Pinning pieces in place prior to sewing is extremely helpful. Please refer to photos on page 3 for placement.

Place and pin your daisies first with the shortest one on the left, next tallest one on the right, and longest one in the middle and slightly leaning to the left to make room for placement of the bee. The end of the stems should be aligned. Place and pin the single leaf on the tallest daisy.

Be sure there is room to place your pot over top of the stems just covering them and still have a little room at the bottom of the hanging. Using a whipstitch, sew the daisies, stems, and leaf to the hanging.

Place and pin your pot. Using a whipstitch, sew the pot in place.

Place and pin the bee next to the tallest daisy. Using a whipstitch, sew the bee in place. Using black yarn, embroider 2 antennae at top of head.

Insert you dowel/stick:

There are two ways you can put your dowel/stick in the loops. You can just slide it through the loops as is. Or you can do as I chose to do and twist each loop before inserting dowel/stick.

For your hanger:

 You can choose to make a chain the length you want and slip stitch in each chain. I chose to put 2 strands of yarn together and tie to each end of the dowel just past the outside loops.  

I hope you loved creating this crochet wall hanging. Hang and enjoy!

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. NEELU Sanhi

    Lovely ideas. Ple share more designs with detailed written instructions to follow for lovely WALL HANGINGS. Thks . Will mean a lot to me

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