Author:
Brianna Kvalvik

Brianna is the crochet designer and blogger behind Fiber and Fern. Residing in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, she spends her time being a mother to 2 boys and creating modern designs with yarn. She loves listening to podcasts, researching trending topics, and drinking tons of coffee.

Everly Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern

6/27/2018

Hey everyone! My name is Brianna (I go by Brie to keep things simple) and I am the designer and maker at Fiber and Fern. I started following Jessica's Instagram a while ago, and she has always been such an inspiration to me. Her faith in God is so unashamed, brave, and yet transparent and loving, and she reaches people with such a genuine compassion in a way that I only wish I could emulate! Of course, she also designs amazing crochet patterns working with huge brands – so she is basically everything I want and hope to be in my maker journey.  So, you can just imagine my ecstatic delight (and also pure unbelief!) when I found out I would be a featured maker here on The Hook Nook Life!

 Although I have been able to crochet ever since I can remember, I started crocheting as a hobby about a year and a half ago, when I was basically sitting on a couch all day with horrible morning sickness while being pregnant with my youngest son.  I had to do SOMETHING else to keep my mind off my misery - so I picked up my hook! Really, I am so glad I did, because it got me through one of the hardest seasons of my life.  Since then, my hobby has evolved into a side hustle that gives me so much life. The idea that I could create something, and that someone else could repeat my design – and yet still make it completely their own – was completely addicting!

Today, the pattern I will share with you is The Everly Wall Hanging – a design that ever since it has been hanging up in my living room has gotten more “ooh’s and aah’s” than I have received from any of my other pieces. 😊  The wonderful thing about this pattern is that it is so versatile – you can be creative on the fringe, choose a heavier yarn for a larger wall hanging, and it can be a pattern made in summer or winter since it can be used as home décor year round!

Materials Needed: 

- 4 mm hook

- Approx. 250 yards of DK Weight Yarn (Loops and Thread Joy DK in Mint used in example). NOTE: If you decide too, you can absolutely use a different weight yarn – just keep in   mind this will affect this size of your wall hanging, and the hook size you choose to use.

- Dowel/Driftwood/Branch for mounting your wall hanging

- Tapestry Needle 

- Scissors

Key:

This pattern is written in US Standard Terms. 

 SC – Single Crochet

Sk – Skip ST (S) – Stitches 

SLST – Slip Stitch 

Ch – Chain 

DC – Double Crochet 

YO – Yarn Over 

TC – Treble Crochet

Special Stiches: Bobble Stitch: *YO, insert into st. YO, pull through the st. YO, pull through first two loops on hook*.You should now have 2 loops on your hook. Repeat from* to * working in the same stitch, until you have a total of eight loops on your hook. YO, pull through all eight loops.

Gauge: The finished dimensions of the body of the wall hanging (the wall hanging without fringe) are: 15 inches by 12 inches (without fringe). To achieve these dimension’s your gauge will need to be: 10 rows of 10 SC = 2.5 inch square. 

Pattern Notes: The Chain 1 at the beginning of each row does NOT count as the first stitch unless otherwise specified. There are instructions for adding fringe, tassels, and mounting the wall hanging – but keep in mind that there are always helpful video tutorials on Youtube if you need them. 

Pattern

Ch 50. 

Row 1: SC in the 2nd Ch from hook, and SC all the way across (49) Turn.

Row 2: *Ch 5, Sk 2 stitches, to SLST into next ST. Repeat from * to * until the end of the row a total of 16 times. (Note: If you are having problems finding that slip stitch –see the photo below!)

Row 3: Ch 2 and turn (counts as first stitch). *SLST into the 2nd Ch in the chain 5 set, SC in the next Ch, Ch1* Repeat from * to * f or a total of 15 times. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 4: SC all the way across (49). Ch 1 and turn.  

Row 5: SC all the way across (49). Turn. 

Rows 6-16: Repeat rows 2 – 5 three more times. 

Row 17: SC all the way across. Turn.

At this point your work should look like the photo below:

 Row 18: Ch 7. (First 4  Ch’s of the Ch 7 count as first TC). Skip 3, Make 1 TC. *Skip 3, Ch 3, Make 1 TC* Repeat from * until the end of the row for a total of 12 times. You should have a total of 13 TC (including the Ch 4 from the beginning of the pattern). 

Row 19: SC all the way across (in each Ch St within the Ch 3 and in each FPTC). When you get to the Chain 7 at the end of the row, only SC in the first 3 Ch’s, leaving the other 4. (49 SC total). Ch 1 and turn.

 Row 20: SC all the way across (49). Ch 1 and turn.

Row 21: SC all the way across (49). Ch 1 and turn.

Row 22: SC 24. Make 1 Bobble.  SC 24. Ch 1 and turn. 

Row 23: SC all the way across. Ch 1 and turn. 

Row 24: SC 21. Make 1 Bobble, SC 5. Make 1 Bobble, SC 21. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 25: SC all the way across. Ch 1 and turn. 

Row 26: SC 18. Make 1 Bobble. SC 11, Make 1 Bobble, SC 18. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 27: SC all the way across. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 28: SC 15. Make 1 Bobble, SC 17. Make 1 Bobble, SC 15. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 29: SC all the way across. Ch 1 and turn. 

Row 30: SC 12. Make 1 Bobble, SC 23. Make 1 Bobble, SC 12. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 31: SC all the way across. Ch 1 and turn. 

Row 32: SC 9, Make 1 Bobble, SC 29. Make 1 Bobble, SC 9. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 33: SC all the way across. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 34: SC 6, Make 1 Bobble. SC 35. Make 1 Bobble, SC 6.  CH 1 and turn. 

Row 35: SC all the way across. Ch 1 and turn. 

Row 36: SC 3, Make 1 Bobble., SC 41. Make 1 Bobble, SC 3. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 37: SC all the way across. Turn.

Rows 38- 53: Repeat Rows 2 – 17. 

Fasten off and weave in ends. 

Add Fringe:

The wonderful thing about fringe is that you can make it any length you want! Here is how I did it:

1. Cut 48 18-inch strands of yarn.

2. Insert your hook into the left-most bottom corner stitch of the wall hanging.

3. Fold your strand of yarn in half, and insert your hook into that loop (as shown in the photo below).

4. Pull that loop through the stitch. 

5. Wrap the folded strand around your hook as shown in the photo below:

6. Pull through the loop and tighten. Your work should look like the photo below:

7. Complete this process all the way across the bottom of your wall hanging. Trim your strands to make them even!

Add Tassels:

Tassels can be very customizable too! You can make them as long or as chubby as you want, and there are many ways to make them. Here is what I did for mine:

1. Wrap your yarn about 30 times around a DVD case. 

2. Take your yarn off the case, but be careful to maintain the shape. Wrap your yarn about 1 inch from the top, and tie it off, as shown in the photo below.

3. Cut off about ¾ of an inch off the bottom of the tassel, and trim to make the strands even (as shown in the photo below): 

4. Add your tassel to the wall hanging by pulling a strand of yarn through the middle of the tassel as shown in the photo below. 

5. Pull the yarn through the post of the SC stitch directly below the Bobble. Tie it off.

6. Pull the knot through so it is behind the post and won’t be seen (as shown in the photo below).

7. Repeat this process 2 more times and add your tassels just below the top leftmost and rightmost Bobbles!

Adding Your Wall Hanging to the Driftwood: 

1. Cut 7 6-inch strands of yarn. 

2. Insert the strand into the first stitch of the wall hanging using your tapestry needle and pull halfway through. 

3. Wrap the yarn around the wood/dowel.

4. Tie the strand around the wood, and pull the knot to the back of the wall hanging to hide it as shown in the photo below. 

5. Complete this process, evenly spacing your strands across the top of the wall hanging.    

I hope you love your beautiful wall hanging! If you made this project be sure to tag me on Instagram. I love seeing your projects! 

You can find all of my free patterns at www.fiberandfern.com, and other patterns for sale in my Etsy shop.  If you ever want to reach me, you can say hi by emailing me at fiberandfern@outlook.com, I love hearing from you!

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