Paris Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern
Our January 2021 cotton project for the Leither Collection Subscription Box is the Paris Wall Hanging, a gorgeous textured crochet pattern that is a fun project to make.
Designing a crochet wall hanging has been on my design wish list for a long time after our Facebook Community group suggested this as a crochet pattern. I love taking yarn and gorgeous crochet texture stitches and creating beautiful pieces. The Paris Wall Hanging is one of those crochet patterns that once you start working it up, you don't want to put it down. Then when you steam block the stitches, it really opens up and that stitch definition really shines through! Grab your yarn, crochet hook and steam blocking supplies and get ready to get hooked on the Paris Wall Hanging crochet pattern.
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Let's talk about the yarn that I used to design this wall hanging. I used our pima cotton air, it is a dk weight yarn and it is my favorite cotton plush yarn to work with, it is never disappointing.
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The Paris Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern can be found in my pattern store as an ad free and beautifully formatted PDF or for free here on the blog.
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- Gauge: 14 Stitches and 5 Rows = 4”x4” (TR)
- Finished Measurements 8” wide x 14” long
- St/Sts: Stitch(es)
- Sl St: Slip Stitch
- Ch: Chain
- Sc: Single Crochet
- Hdc: Half Double Crochet
- Dc: Double Crochet
- Tr: Treble Crochet
- RS: Right Side
- The beginning chain is the top and Row 17 is the bottom.
- Row 1 is the “right side” of the fabric, meaning it is the front side.
- Chain 5 will count as a treble stitch and a chain 1 space.
Paris Wall Hanging
Start by leaving a 32” tail and chain 46
Row 1: (RS) 4 Tr in 6th ch from hook (5 skipped chs, count as 1 tr and ch 1 sp), *skip 9 chs, (3 tr, ch 1, 1 tr, ch 1, 3 tr) in next ch; repeat from*, across until the last 10 chs, skip 9 chs, 3 (3 tr, ch 1, 1 tr) in last ch. - 29
Row 2: Ch 5 (counts as 1 tr and ch 1 sp) and turn, skip ch 1 sp, 1 tr in next st, ch 1 and skip next st, 1 tr in next st, *(1 tr in next st, ch 1 and skip next st, 1 tr in next st, ch 1 and skip ch 1 sp, 1 tr in next st, ch 1 and skip ch 1 sp, 1 tr in next st, ch 1 and skip next st, 1 tr in next st); repeat from*, 3 times. Ending with 1 tr in next st, ch 1 and skip next st, 1 tr in next st, ch 1 and skip ch 1 sp, 1 tr in last st. - 21
Row 3: Ch 5 (count as 1 tr and ch 1 sp), 3 tr in same st, *skip next 4 sts, (3 tr, ch 1, 1 tr, ch 1, 3 tr) in next st; repeat from*, across until the last 5 sts, skip 4 sts, 3 (3 tr, ch 1, 1 tr) in last st. - 29
Rows 4-17: Repeat Rows 2 & 3
Fasten off and weave in any loose ends, remember to leave the long tail from the beginning chain.
Optional: Steam block to relax the stitches, it will not make the hanging any larger, but it will give better stitch definition.
With your long tail, wrap the tail around your hanging dowel from one end to the other and secure the end of the tail into the wall hanging.
Cut a separate long tail about 40” long, tie one end to the dowel (I secured with 3 knots), then tie the other end of the tie (secured with 3 know). Then cut the tail.
Need more inspiration?
A fun textured blanket to make is the Oliver Blanket! This blanket can be customized any way you like!