Reading Time: 5 minutes 6 Fun Wall Hanging Ideas I have been wanting to try my hand at the wall hanging art for a while so I was pretty excited to see this collection. There are a couple of different ones on this list that I am pretty excited to try. Wall hangings are a fun way to showcase […]read more >
Category: Wall Hangings
Crochet wall hangings are the latest 70’s inspired trend. Show off your skills, and style, with these free patterns and tutorials from the Crochet Crowd.
Reading Time: 2 minutes How to Make Your Own Weaving Loom Let’s face it, some of those wall hangings in home finishing stores are obscene in prices. Some really gorgeous items with driftwood, assorted yarns that we try to identify and then you flip the sale tag and say “Umm, maybe it’s not so beautiful!” and keep on walking… […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Crochet Prismatic Wall Hanging The Crochet Prismatic Wall Hanging is a simple, yet trending idea if you are looking around home decorating stores. You should be able to find the round rings at the craft store or online. More Ideas Crochet By Graph – Yarn Hookers Service Crochet Fall Apple Wreath + Tutorial Holidays – […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Crochet Popping Wall Hanging Feel like the 70’s is returning, decor wise? It’s true, it’s coming back in trend, style wise. Put your crochet hook into the wind and try this Crochet Popping Wall Hanging. Using Bernat Maker Big, hook up some new decor. More Wall Hanging Ideas Round in Circles Wall Hanging Crochet Tap […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Crochet Tap In Tapestry Wall Hanging Something simple and fabulous is the Crochet Tap In Tapestry Wall Hanging. Remember in Harry Potter with the ‘house emblems banners’ that hung in the grand dining room. When I see these, I see this as something similar. It’s like adding curtains to a room to give a room […]read more >
Reading Time: < 1 minute Round In Circles Crochet Wall Hanging Give your space a tribute to your hook-work. Introducing the Crochet Wall Hanging by Yarnspirations. These are round circles that attach to each other in the final round. So you will complete 1 round and then all remaining circles in the hanging will begin attaching to each other as […]read more >