I’m so excited to share these gorgeous crochet wall hanging patterns with you. I actually purchased a few wall hangings for my bedroom and was really happy to discover that I could make them myself instead of buying them.
Gather Your Crochet Supplies
- Crochet Hook: These Clover Amour crochet hooks are the most comfortable ergonomic crochet hooks!
- Stitch Markers: I love using these colorful stitch markers to mark my stitches.
- Row Counter: With this tally counter, I never lose track of what row I’m on when I crochet.
Beautiful Wall Hanging Crochet Patterns
Check out this collection of beautiful handmade wall hanging crochet patterns. There are some truly gorgeous patterns below.
1. Daybreak Crochet Tapestry
This Daybreak crochet tapestry is absolutely stunning. The skill level for this pattern is listed as intermediate. The stitches used are single crochet, half double crochet, herringbone half double crochet, loop stitch, and bobble stitch. Get the pattern from Two of Wands Shop.
2. Hills Wall Hanging Tapestry
This pattern uses intarsia crochet. Intarsia is the process of placing patches of color into your project. If you’ve never done intarsia before, no worries. This pattern explains the information in an easy to follow manner. Get the pattern from Flor Samoilenco.
3. Nursery Wall Decor
Here’s a cute wall hanging that’s perfect for your child’s nursery decor. This would also make a great handmade gift for a baby shower. Get the pattern from Demi Deco Shop.
4. The Ada Wall Hanging
I love wall hangings that use the bobble stitch. It’s such a beautiful stitch, and it’s a lot easier to create than you would expect. This pattern will work up quickly and is fun to make. Get the pattern from Love and Stitch Designs.
5. The Willow Wall Hanging
Here’s a beautiful piece to add to your home. This Willow wall hanging would look good in your living room or bedroom. It would also make a lovely housewarming gift. Get the pattern from This Pixie Creates.
6. The Mini Amelia Wall Hanging
The boho style wall hanging would make a wonderful gift. The size is small enough where you could work up multiple wall hangings fairly quickly. Get the pattern from Love and Stitch Designs.
7. Blossom Wall Hanging
1 Dog Woof is known for its beautiful and creative crochet patterns and this project is no different. The pattern will show you how to create a bowl or rainbow pattern. Get the pattern from 1 Dog Woof.
8. Santa Wall Hanging
I thought that it would be nice to include a Christmas themed wall hanging. This Santa wall hanging is the perfect accessory to your holiday decor. Get the pattern from Crochet 365 Knit Too.
9. Clove Hitch and 6 Diamonds Wall Hanging
This project is great for beginners. It also includes a helpful macrame video tutorial. Additionally, the pattern is written in a step-by-step easy to understand manner. Get the pattern from Reform Fibers.
10. Center Diamond Wall Hanging
This Center Diamond wall hanging is beautiful and would look wonderful in your home. Once completed, the approximate size is 15 by 40 inches. Get the pattern from Reform Fibers.
11. 7 Diamonds Wall Hanging
This is one of my favorite wall hangings in the collection. Believe it or not, this pattern is suitable for beginners. I recommend taking a look at the pictures that were uploaded by customers who made their own 7 Diamonds wall hanging. Get the pattern from Reform Fibers.
12. That’s Amore Wall Hanging
The That’s Amore wall hanging is perfect for beginner and advanced crocheters. You can play around with the colors for your heart, even opting to use self-striping yarn. Get the pattern from Sea to Sky Designs 1.
13. Diamond Hanging Mandala
If you like the look of dream catchers, this pattern will help you create a large dream catcher style hanging mandala. This project can be made using most yarns, however, the original project was created using double knit (DK) yarn. Get the pattern from Addicted 2 The Hook.
14. The Adirondack Wall Hanging
I’m loving this nature-themed Adirondack wall hanging. The mountain patterns really are gorgeous. The pattern includes detailed instructions for the intarsia crochet technique (this is how you change the colors). Get the pattern from TLB Patterns.
15. The Les Cayes Bobble
Here’s another bobble style wall crochet wall changing. If you have an empty wall in your home, this project is a great wall to fill up the empty space. You can create multiple Les Cayes wall hangings using different colors. Get the pattern from DeBrosse NYC.
16. The Highlander Crochet Wall Hanging
This Highlander wall hanging has a creative and unique look. I love the use of the stick to give the project a rustic cabin style appearance. The yarn being used in the photo is Lion Brand Yarn Thick and Quick in the color Oatmeal. Get the pattern from Dark N Twisty Housewife.
17. Diamond Bobble Wall Hanging
I would love to create my own Diamond bobble wall hanging using a color that matches my home decor. The skill level for this pattern is listed as intermediate. Get the pattern from Love and Stitch Designs.
18. Macrame Wall Hanging
Don’t you just love the large stick that is used to hang this macrame wall hanging? The height of this wall hanging (including the fringe) is about 50 by 30 cm. Get the pattern from Crea Carolientje.
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