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Simple Popcorn Owl

Next, the best wall hanger collection also needs some animals. Here is one that has a YT tutorial in English, it’s “hootiful”.

Simple Popcorn Owl 
The full tutorial about this pattern is here:
 Simple Popcorn Owl


How To Make A Popcorn Crochet Flower Free Pattern

"If you’re looking for something quick, pretty and simple to make,then this is it. I love making Crochet Flowers. Be it any pattern, they are so pretty to look at.Even a simple Flower Pattern would definitely jazz up any of your plain Crochet Projects. Today I am sharing the pattern for this easy and quick to make Popcorn Crochet Flower.I have used 8 Ply yarn, but of course ,you can use any yarn of your choice.You can use them as an applique on just about any of your crochet projects. Use them to decorate your Crochet Hats, Bags, Pillows or your Crochet Baskets. Materials Used:- 8 Ply Yarn 4mm Crochet Hook"How To Make A Popcorn Crochet Flower Free Pattern

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Daffodil Easter Hanger Free Crochet Pattern

"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."Daffodil Easter Hanger Free Crochet Pattern

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Large Wall Hanging Free Crochet Pattern

  • 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!

Large Wall Hanging Free Crochet Pattern

Photo by Andrea Marton / Ravelry.com

Find original free tutorial on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry.