So, since we want to group the best wall hanger patterns, we definitely need mandalas. Therefore, here is one that’s done on two wire coat hangers to stretch the frame. Indeed, I love the lacy, airy design
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- Designed by Martine de Regt
This adorable wall hanger can be also a stunning keychain, it’s totally up to you! What’s more, it works up really fast and you can make it with yarn scraps, so let’s not waste time and start this cute project!
PHOTOS by Martine de Regt / Ravelry.com
"Sunflowers for Decor! This sunflower is pose-able and will look delightful in a vase, perhaps even mixed in with other crochet flowers or possibly faux-flowers!! skill level intermediate needles & notions 4 mm crochet hook tapestry needle stitch marker wire snips jute wrapped wire yarn Hayfield Bonus DK, russet, approx. 50 yards Stylecraft Special DK, Sunshine, approx. 75 yards Stylecraft Special DK, Green Grass, approx. 75 yards Thank you for selecting a Red Mitten Designs pattern!! Don't forget to follow Red Mitten Designs on Facebook or Instagram ENJOY!"
"Crochet this cute daffodil hanger to put on your Easter tree or to decorate your home for spring. This quick make will give your Easter decor an unique look and be the perfect addition to any Easter table. Made using dk cotton and either a 4mm foam ball or filling, this crochet bauble captures the soft pastel feeling of spring. This pattern uses a variety of special stitches including FLO, BLO, clusters and fpdc to create the shape of the daffodil flower."
- Designed by Heaven Hooked Crochet
Here we have this amazing fluffy and squishy rainbow, that’s such an amazing wall or window decor! And because it’s so colorful, you’ll need very little yarn of each color to crochet it. In conclusion, let’s give it a try!
PHOTOS by Heaven Hooked Crochet / Ravelry.com
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- Designed by Andrea Marton
All you adventurous crocheters out there, here’s a great project for you! These fun feathers are crocheted with 3 mm cotton Rope, and you can hang them as a wall decoration instead (or with) a macrame. Be sure to mix the colors!
Photo by Andrea Marton / Ravelry.com