How are you doing this summer, our lovely homemakers? We hope you are all excited to get ready for the new season! What better way to spice our interiors up than with a trendy handmade accessory, right? Obviously! With this in mind, we have decided to show you two awesome examples of crochet patterns for Stylish Boho Plant Hangers. Do you like to surround yourself with plants as much as we do? That’s great! Follow the instructions of two brilliant crochet designers we want you to meet. Arranging an indoor garden has never been easier! Which of the two crochet plant hangers patterns will become your go-to? Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Monstera Leaf Plant Hanger Free Crochet Pattern
Monsteras are the stars of every indoor jungle! The one and only Crystal White-Van Cleemput got inspired by the one-of-a-kind shape of the leaves of this awesome plant. The hanger is solid and super practical but it still looks subtle. So on point!
Level: upper beginner Author: Crystal White-Van Cleemput
Pot Plant Hanger Free Crochet Tutorial
Crochet plant hangers are such a hot trend this year! If you want to turn your interiors into an inside of a fancy magazine, follow the instructions by Emily Ashbourn. With some experience and motivation, you will surely master this pattern in no time. What colors will you use?
Level: upper beginner Author: Make.E Emily Ashbourn
Boho Plant Hanger Free Crochet Pattern
Plants and boho vibes? Yes and yes! If you want to add some fresh charm to your room but you don’t have time or funds for a makeover, here we come to your rescue. This crochet pattern just released by Alex DellAringa is the answer!
Level: upper beginner Author: Alex DellAringa
Granny Square Plant Hanger Free Crochet Pattern
Have you ever seen a granny square used in such a creative way? This is what we love the most – classic techniques freshened up by innovative minds. We will surely follow the work of Becca Parker closely from now on. So should you!
Level: upper beginner Author: Becca Parker