Kids (and grown-ups!) love the fantasy of unicorns, so why not crochet one for your wall? This abstract unicorn wall hanging combines several techniques to make a hoop with three-dimensional elements. A rainbow of flowers and fringe really finish the look, whether you choose brights or pastels!
When you just need a little brightening, crochet this diagonal rainbow wall hanging! With corner-to-corner construction and a gorgeous row of fringe, how could this not make you smile? And if rainbows aren't really your thing, you can still make this with your favorite shades or even neutrals.
Prefer something round instead of rectangular? Work these mandala wall hangings in the round, then frame them in an embroidery hoop. Mandalas are relaxing and easy to make as you repeat stitches as the piece grows. Leave these just as they are in the pattern or add a few other embellishments to your hoop!
A cushion with a playful vibe will make a cute addition to a teen`s room. Colorful fringe makes a shaggy and soft texture that`s definitely great for cuddling. We love this refreshing mix of turquoise and light blue so much!
Designed by Yarnspirations Design StudioThe full article about the pattern and the photos are here. More info here.
- Designed by Lucy of Attic24
Doesn’t this mandala looks like the most delicate spider’s web? The flower in the center makes it really great to make your home feel like spring and summer. The structure is really simple and easy to crochet.
PHOTOS by Lucy of Attic24 / Ravelry.com