A great way to turn scrap yarn into something functional and beautiful.
Skill level | Easy
Finished Size | 14″ diameter; 31″ length
Decorate your wall with our easy crochet wall hanging, a project that blends crochet and fringe for a cozy look and feel.
If you’re looking for a practical way to use up scrap yarn in your stash, you’re in the right place. Our easy crochet wall hanging combines simple tassels and crochet to create a cozy vibe for your wall.
With this project you’ll learn how to crochet around an object, an embroidery hoop, a practical skill you can use for various objects. You’ll also learn how to crochet a 3D spiral which can be used to embellish other projects.
Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project. We prepared a list of recommended supplies and abbreviations you’ll need to get started as well as a tutorial and written instructions to complete the easy crochet wall hanging from start to finish.
- 1 skein; Lion Brand LB Collection Wool, Natural (not currently available on Amazon but by clicking the link, you can order from Lionbrand.com)
- Approx 150 yds; Lion Brand Color Made Easy, Millennial
- 1 skein; Lion Brand Stitchbird, Hummingbird
- 10 mm Crochet Hook
- 9 mm Crochet Hook
- 14″ Embroidery Hoop
- Stitch Marker
- Yarn Needle
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- BLO Back Loop Only
- Ch Chain
- Dc Double Crochet
- PM Place Marker
- Rem Remaining
- Rep Repeat
- Sc Single Crochet
- Slst Slip Stitch
- St(s) Stitch(es)
14″ diameter; 31″ length
Spiral = 4″ diameter
This crochet wall hanging combines the use of finger crochet and two different size crochet hooks. If you only have a 9 mm hook or a 10 mm hook, you may use only one and the results will be very similar.
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Crochet the Frame
Step 1: With LB Collection Wool yarn, create a slip knot and make 17 sc around embroidery hoop starting from the left side of the adjustment block piece (right side if you’re left handed). Switch to Color Made Easy yarn in last stitch. (Minute Mark 0:54)
Step 2: With Color Made Easy yarn and 10 mm crochet hook, make 44 sc around embroidery hoop. (Minute Mark 2:15)
Tip! keep the “v’s” of the stitch situated on the top. Fasten off and weave in your ends.
With Color Made Easy yarn and 9 mm crochet hook…
Round 1: Ch 3. 7 hdc in first ch. Do not join. Continue to work in spiral this round and throughout. (8 sts)
Round 2: 2 hdc in the BLO of each stitch. PM in first stitch of round. (16 sts)
Round 3: 1 hdc in the BLO of first st. *2 hdc in the BLO of next st. 1 hdc in the BLO of next s. Rep from * to last st. 2 hdc in the BLO of last st. (24 sts)
Round 4: Ch 2 and turn work. 1 dc in rem loop next 45 sts. 1 hdc next 2 loops. 1 sc in the last loop. Fasten off and weave in ends.
Assembly: Use hot glue to attach the spiral to the adjustment block on the embroidery hoop.
Fringe & Assembly
Step 1: Make 40 cuts of Stitchbird yarn that measure approx. 43″ in length. Group them in sets of 8 and add them as tassels to the front loop of the first five wool yarn stitches. (Minute Mark 6:43)
Step 2: Make 5 cuts of LB Collection Wool yarn that measure approx. 16″ in length. Add them as tassels to the same five stitches as the Stitchbird tassels using the back loop. (Minute Mark 7:14)
Step 3: Make 10 cuts of Color Made Easy yarn that measure approx. 10″ in length and add them as tassels to the front loop of 5 stitches next to the spiral. (Minute Mark 8:05)
Step 4: Hang your wall hanging and trim the stitchbird tassels at an angle that points upward. Trim the LB Collection Wool tassels at an angle in the opposite direction. Trim the Color Made Easy yarn tassels at an angle that matches the wool yarn tassels.
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