The Rolling Hills Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern

Hey Everyone!

I’m back and with a new free wall hanging pattern! To no surprise at all, this pattern continues on with the lunar theme I’ve been pretty much obsessed with for the past month or so (hope you aren’t sick of the theme yet :))

This pattern is actually inspired by my most recent full sized wall hanging pattern release, The Moon Ridge Wall Hanging. I am so in love with the pattern and I knew I wanted to make a smaller and similar version to be able to offer for free and my blog!

To purchase the full size Moon Ridge Wall Hanging pattern click here!

The Rolling Hills Wall Hanging pattern is slightly different to the Moon Ridge with the addition of the sun. I had so much fun creating this pattern. I hope you all love it as much as I do. Also, feel free to get creative with the color story!

Happy Crocheting!

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You can purchase the inexpensive Printable PDF on Etsy here! The PDF includes the complete step-by-step pattern so you can follow along on paper, highlighting and making notes as needed. It is a total of 8 pages including the front and back cover pages. I’ve also included a PDF download of the chart for this pattern.


*5.00 mm Crochet Hook

Weight 4 Worsted Weight Yarn (yarn I used listed below)

Dowel Rod or Tree Branch

*Yarn Needle


Yarn Choice

For most of my wall hanging patterns I prefer to use a thicker and tighter spun worsted weight yarn. I feel like it gives a lot more definition to the piece and details tend to stand out more. I really don’t focus too much on the texture of the yarn because I steam every single one of my wall hangings, which softens the piece and makes it more flexible and flowy. This is especially helpful for tighter crocheters. The brands I tend to gravitate the most towards are Red Heart Super Saver, Caron One Pound and Loops & Threads Impeccable.

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For this wall hanging I used the following yarn:

Craftsmart Value (Michaels) in Clay

Craftsmart Value (Michaels) in Ginger

Loops & Threads Impeccable in Soft Taupe

Loops & Threads Impeccable in Putty

Loops & Threads Impeccable in Gold

Loops & Threads Impeccable in Aran

Loops & Thread Impeccable in Claret

Stitch Key (US Terms)

Ch = Chain

St/sts = Stitch(es)

Sc = Single Crochet

Color Abbreviations

C = Claret

Cl = Clay

G = Ginger

S = Soft Taupe

P = Putty

Go = Gold

A = Aran

Special Notes

-The wall hanging is worked in rows.

-The wall hanging is worked from the bottom up.

-The 1st st of each row should be placed into the same stitch as the turning chain.

-The turning chain does not count as the 1st stitch of the row.

-The wall hanging is worked in single crochet.

-The pattern is written as: # of single crochet stitches (color abbreviation), example: 8(G) means 8 sc in the color ginger.

Dimensions: 9 inches wide x 11 inches long (not including fringe)

Gauge: Not necessary for this pattern.

To learn how I do a seamless color change click here!


I have created a chart for this pattern for those who prefer to follow a chart instead of a written pattern. The PDF version of the chart comes with the pattern purchase in my Etsy Shop. Here is the free online version for you to use.


CH 35 in Claret

Row 1: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook and in each ch across. Ch 1, turn. (34) For a cleaner edge, sc in the back hump of the chain.

Row 2 – Row 5: sc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 6: 21 (C), 8 (Cl), 5 (C). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 7: 3 (C), 12 (Cl), 19 (C). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 8: 2 (G), 15 (C), 16 (Cl), 1 (C). Change to Clay. Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 9: 19 (Cl), 11 (C), 4 (G). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 10: 6 (G), 7 (C), 4 (G), 17 (Cl). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 11: 15 (Cl), 19 (G). Ch 1, turn. Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 12: 21 (G), 13 (Cl). Change to Soft Taupe. Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 13: 1 (S), 10 (Cl), 4 (S), 19 (G). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 14: 17 (G), 8 (S), 6 (Cl), 3 (S). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 15: 19 (S), 13 (G), 2 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 16: 3 (A). 10 (G), 4 (A), 17 (S). Change to Aran. Ch 1, turn (34)

Row 17: 1 (A), 14 (S), 8 (A), 6 (G), 5 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 18: 21 (A), 10 (S), 3 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 19: 5 (A), 6 (S), 23 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 20 – Row 26: In Aran, sc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 27: 14 (A), 7 (P), 13 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 28: 11 (A), 11 (P). 12 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 29: 16 (A), 8 (P), 10 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 30: 9 (A), 7 (P), 18 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 31: 19 (A), 7 (P), 8 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 32: 8 (A), 6 (P), 20 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 33: 21 (A), 6 (P), 7 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 34: 7 (A), 6 (P), 21 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 35: 21 (A), 6 (P), 7 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 36: 7 (A), 6 (P), 21 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 37: 8 (A), 4 (Go), 9 (A), 6 (P), 7 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 38: 7 (A), 6 (P), 8 (A), 6 (Go), 7 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 39: 6 (A), 8 (Go), 7 (A), 6 (P), 7 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 40: 8 (A), 6 (P), 6 (A), 8 (Go), 6 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 41: 6 (A), 8 (Go), 6 (A), 6 (P), 8 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 42: 9 (A), 6 (P), 5 (A), 8 (Go), 6 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 43: 7 (A), 6 (Go), 4 (A), 7 (P), 10 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 44: 11 (A), 7 (P), 4 (A), 4 (Go), 8 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 45: 14 (A), 7 (P), 13 (A). Ch 1, turn. (34)

Row 46 – Row 49: In Aran, sc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (34)

Attaching the Fringe

  • To create the fringe, cut 12 inch pieces of yarn in Claret. You will need 3 strands of yarn to complete 1 fringe.

To attach the fringe, grab 3 strands of yarn. Use a crochet hook to push through the far left foundation chain. Fold 3 strands in half and loop the middle of the strands onto the crochet hook and pull the loop of strands through the chain about 2 inches.

Fold the strands through the loop.

Tighten to create the fringe.

Repeat for every other foundation chain. Trim the fringe to your preferred length.

Hanging the Project

To attach the project to the dowel rod or tree branch: using a yarn needle, weave the tail over the dowel/branch and back under into the 1st st on top of the wall hanging.

Repeat for each stitch on the top of the wall hanging. Knot off and weave in your ends.

To hang the project, drill 2 small holes on either side of the piece. Thread through both holes with cotton yarn and knot off both ends. Trim excess yarn. (feel free to use your preferred method of hanging the project)


For more crochet wall hanging patterns click here!


  • Debbie

    Hi!! I really lucked into your website. I love coaster patterns – and yours – are wonderful! Then, I noticed your wallhangings. Never thought to crochet a piece of art, even though, I think mug rugs are little pieces of art.

    So, I have been studying intarsia – what a different way to crochet. So, I have your sun and moon. I’m looking forward to starting my new adventure, Thank you

    Now, you have a new one that compliments the set. I was going to copy it, however, it seems I don’t have the option – I downsize all the pages into Word (It’s your free version); please advise. Anyway, thank you so much for this inspiration – deeply appreciated. I’ve grown tired of crocheting afghans. Debbie

    • Amanda

      Thank you so much Debbie! Do you mean copy and paste the contents to a word document? The copy and paste function is disabled to protect the contents and pictures on the blog. I do offer paid PDF patterns that you are able to print out and follow along in my Etsy shop if that is how you prefer to follow patterns.

      • Calla

        First time ever trying tapestry crochet and it came out just like the photo! Started and finished in one evening! Great intro to tapestry, very easy to follow 🙂 Thank you!!!!

    • Amanda

      Hi Patricia! I personally use the cut and tie method because I find that carrying the yarn messes with my tension. Intarsia is also a great method of color changing!

  • Bekki

    Hi. This is beautiful! I am very excited to make this. I am thinking I would like to make it larger, what are you thoughts on making that work? If I just double everything, do you think that would work?

  • Joi Youmans

    I am loving this pattern! How are you doing the color changes though? I’ve always done the use the new color as the last pull through but I’m not sure if that’s the best bet.

    • Amanda

      Hi Joi! The best color changing method is the one that is most comfortable for you. I have a few videos on youtube going over each method if you need a reference. I have a channel link in each one of my blog posts.

  • Alli Clement

    Hi! I can’t wait to make this! I’d love to make my own patterns one day, what software did you use to create your graph? Thanks! 🙂

  • Raveeha Muneer

    This is a beautiful pattern that I had an amazing time crocheting. I noticed that after I finished it, the sides of the overall project aren’t straight (possibly because of the different yarn brands?) Do you know any ways to fix that?

    • Amanda

      Hi Raveeha! I steam all of my finished pieces to help with the overall shape. While the piece is still damp i give it a little tug downwards to straighten the sides. Hope this helps!

  • karuna


    Absolutely loved this method for creating a wall hanging. But please let me know how to change colours, have never done that before. Any videos or instructions that specifically tech how to change colours?

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