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Easy Plant Hanger

By: Janne Kleivset from joyofmotioncrochet.com
Updated July 19, 2018
Easy Plant Hanger
Easy Plant Hanger

"You’re going to love this pattern for the Crochet Easy Plant Hanger. It’s a great crochet idea for a quick crochet project & it’s also a great project that needs less than one skein. To crochet this Easy Plant Hanger you’re not going to need a lot of time, yarn or extra materials. Just a pot, preferably with a plant, your crochet hook & less than one skein of yarn. The pattern is easy to follow & you can make it fit any pot size."

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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The "Easy Plant Hanger" is a very minimalistic design that really resembles something that you might find at an Ikea store! It appears it is mainly comprised of long chains and worked in the round. I did not know there was a cotton yarn that was "dry", and that is the yarn she used here. It is just your basic 100% cotton kitchen yarn.

I need to make myself some of these! I'm happy to see this pattern. I admire the macram ones but try as I might I simply can't do them. Crochet I can do! I have several plants that should be hung so this solves my problem. I think I want to make a hanger from twine. It would be extra durable and strong to hang my heaviest planter. What would you use for a yarn substitute?

Talk about an easy project! If you can crochet single and double stitches you have this made. Just gather some of your yarn, you don't need much at all, less then a skein, and decide what pot you want to use and then you are ready to create. Read the directions and begin!

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