I am back with a fresh new wall hanging pattern for the new year. #NewYearNewMe or is that not a thing anymore, lol. I have felt so inspired lately and have found myself referencing some old patterns for some fresh new pattern ideas.
In my dive into the past I came across a bunch of my old bobble patterns and I came to realization that I haven’t done a pattern with bobbles in it in a sinfully long time so here we are. Introducing The Sage Wall Hanging! This pattern is full of so much bobbly goodness that you better get you yarn ready. In true bobble fashion, this pattern is a yarn eater.
Seriously, the only downfall about the bobble stitch is that it is a major yarn eater, but in my opinion so totally worth it. You have not truly lived life until you have booped a few bobbles, am I right? Anyways, before I continue to babble about the bobble I hope you love this pattern as much as I do and have tons of fun making it!
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Weight 5 Bulky Yarn (yarn I used is listed below)
Dowel Rod or Tree Branch
*Hand Steamer (optional)
For most of my wall hanging patterns I prefer to use a thicker and tighter spun worsted weight or Bulky 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, Loops & Threads Impeccable, We Crochet Brava Worsted Lion Brand Color Made Easy and Lion Brand Hue and Me.
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For this wall hanging I used the following yarn:
Lion Brand Color Made Easy in Avocado – approx. 320 yards
Stitch Key (US Terms)
Ch = Chain
St/sts = Stitch(es)
Sc = Single Crochet
Hdc = Half Double Crochet
Dtr = Double Treble
-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 odd rows are the right side rows. Even rows will be the wrong side.
Double Treble Crochet (DTR): Yarn over 3 times, insert hook into stitch, Yarn over and pull up a loop (you will have 5 loops on your hook), *Yarn over and pull through 2 loops (repeat until 2 loops remain)*, Yarn over and pull through the last 2 loops.
Bobble Stitch: *Yarn over, insert hook into st, Yarn over, pull up a loop, Yarn over, pull through 2 loops* repeat 4 times, inserting your hook into the same st each time, until you have 5 loops on your hook. Yarn over, pull through all 5 loops.
Dimensions: 11 inches wide x 18 inches long (not including fringe)
Gauge: 10 sts x 7 rows worked in the pattern. (not super important for this pattern)
Begin by chaining 28 in Avocado.
Row 1: sc in the 2nd chain from the hook and in each chain across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 2: hdc in the 1st st, *bobble in the next st, hdc in the next st* repeat until the end of the row. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 3: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 4: Repeat Row 2
Row 5: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 6: Repeat Row 2.
Row 7: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 8: Repeat Row 2.
Row 9: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 10: Repeat Row 2. Ch 4, turn. (27)
Row 11: DTR (double treble) in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 12: Repeat Row 2.
Row 13: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 14: Repeat Row 2.
Row 15: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 16: Repeat Row 2.
Row 17: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 18: Repeat Row 2.
Row 19: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 20: Repeat Row 2. Ch 4, turn. (27)
Row 21: DTR (double treble) in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 22: Repeat Row 2. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 23: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 24: Repeat Row 2.
Row 25: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 26: Repeat Row 2.
Row 27: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 28: Repeat Row 2
Row 29: hdc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (27)
Row 30: Repeat Row 2.
Row 31: sc in each st across. (27)
- Fasten off leaving a 3 foot tail.
Attaching the Fringe
- To create the fringe, cut 12 inch pieces in Avocado. You will need 3 strands to complete 1 fringe.
To attach the fringe, grab 3 strands of yarn in Avocado. With a crochet hook, push the hook through the far left foundation chain. Fold the 3 strands of yarn in half, looping the middle of the strands onto the crochet hook.
Fold the strands through the loop.
Tight to create the fringe.
Repeat in every other foundation chain.
Hanging the Project
To attach the project to a dowel rod or tree branch; using a yarn needle, weave the tail over the dowel/branch and back under into the 1st stitch on the 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 branch/dowel. Thread through both holes with cotton yarn and knot off both ends. Trim the excess yarn. (Feel free to use your preferred method of hanging the project)
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