Want to bring your favorite fiber art medium to your home decor? Try one of these 19 crochet wall hanging patterns!
Crochet is a favorite for blankets, hats, scarves, and more, but it's also perfect for making beautiful art pieces to adorn your wall. The style can range from simple crochet to crochet hoop art to detailed designs. And many even resemble the macrame wall hangings that are on-trend.
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The untrained eye might mistake this for macrame, and that's just the look that designer Moriah Smith was going for. Hang the crochet from a piece of driftwood for a beachy look or swap in a more finished board or dowel rod if you want something less rustic.
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Combining puff stitches with double crochet discs, this wall hanging is covered in textures and has an under-the-sea look to it. Although it's shown in several colors of Premier Yarn, you could tone it down by keeping to all one color.
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Bring hexy back with this bohemian wall hanging comprised of hexagons! Because you make each hexagon separately, this is a more portable crochet project. Once the pieces are finished, stitch them together and add some tassels for fiber art you'll love to display in your home.
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Love the look of quilts, but crochet is your craft of choice? Heather from The Unraveled Mitten has you covered! Like the hexagon wall hanging above, this quilt block starts as two-color granny squares, then joins up to form a sawtooth star block with a pinwheel inside.Continue to 5 of 19 below.
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Grab your crochet supplies, get cozy, then make this posy wall hanging that looks like it came straight from a bright and charming English cottage. The design looks more like spring or summer, but Amy of Little Doolally also has other designs in this same tapestry crochet style, including a free heart banner for Christmas or Valentine's Day.
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If you love bold colors and shapes, you'll love this geometric design. Like many of the wall hanging patterns in this list, it includes fringe and a branch hanger. It's also a less detailed version of the tapestry crochet you see in the pattern above. Choose a few favorite colors and start working this design into shape!
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Prefer something round instead of rectangular? Work these mandala wall hangings in the round, then frame them in an embroidery hoop. Mandalas are relaxing and easy to make as you repeat stitches as the piece grows. Leave these just as they are in the pattern or add a few other embellishments to your hoop!
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This design resembles a traditional Native American dreamcatcher but is made with crochet. Although there isn't a pattern for the hoop element, the feathers are perfect for adding to so many of the wall hangings in this list. They're also a great way to give Tunisian crochet a try.Continue to 9 of 19 below.
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Make something special for a baby's room with these adorable patterns from The Almond Snug on Etsy. But just because it's designed with a nursery in mind, that doesn't mean you can't display these anywhere in your home and just adapt the stitched text.
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This single-color design is anything but plain. The bobble stitches create a diamond design that is highly textured, especially when you make it with cotton yarn. Plus, choosing cotton makes this an economical project for your home or a great house-warming gift.
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This fun wall hanging with an inspirational reminder comes together with corner-to-corner (c2c) crochet. And what could be better than a bold flamingo and being yourself? Maybe nothing. But when it comes to all those yarn ends, you might be looking for something better. And that's where Lindsey from Winding Road Crochet comes to the rescue with a helpful tip for skipping all the weaving on a wall hanging like this.
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These mini wall hangings have a vintage crochet doily style, but when worked in strong colors and with a few tassels added, they look anything but old-fashioned. One looks great on its own, but a grouping makes it extra special!Continue to 13 of 19 below.
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Get ready for Christmas with this wall hanging covered in pockets! Specifically, the pockets make this an advent calendar, with one candy-colored pocket for each day in December leading up to Christmas. Designed by Esme Crick for Simply Crochet, the pattern is now available in the magazine's pattern archives on Ravelry.
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Your little one will love having this sweet polar bear hanging on their wall. This isn't just intarsia crochet, it's also dimensional with extra pieces added on for the ears, cheeks, and snout, as well as shiny safety eyes. And although it's described as being perfect for a nursery, kids of all ages will want one of these.
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Lucy from Attic 24 is known for her colorful crochet, and she brings it to life boldly with her version of a mandala crochet wall hanging. What makes this resource unique is that Lucy shares a few patterns for making mandalas, as well as her tips for attaching them in a hoop, and even which hoops she recommends.
And if you love her style, don't miss her flower wall hanging for a fun way to bring nature to your walls in full color.
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If you've ever crocheted a triangular shawl, you might recognize the basic technique for this wall hanging. It's simple, but the blend of colors makes it special and like a sunset. Best of all, you don't even need to change yarns, because this uses a Lion Brand Cupcake that does all the work for you.Continue to 17 of 19 below.
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Kids (and grown-ups!) love the fantasy of unicorns, so why not crochet one for your wall? This abstract unicorn wall hanging combines several techniques to make a hoop with three-dimensional elements. A rainbow of flowers and fringe really finish the look, whether you choose brights or pastels!
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The zig-zag chevron blanket gets a whole new look when you make it small and hang it on your wall! Even though it's simple, this style looks like what you'd expect to see in your favorite home decor catalog.
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When you just need a little brightening, crochet this diagonal rainbow wall hanging! With corner-to-corner construction and a gorgeous row of fringe, how could this not make you smile? And if rainbows aren't really your thing, you can still make this with your favorite shades or even neutrals.