Free Crochet Pattern: Desert Dew Drops Wall Hanging

Free Crochet Pattern: Desert Dew Drops Wall Hanging

 

This Desert Dew Drops Wall Hanging is perfect to blend multiple colors together for your own unique hanging. Choose 5 colors (as pictured) or use a different color for each of the section. I can’t wait to see how yours turns out!

 

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SUPPLIES

- Wander Acrylic Yarn (weight #4 WW, 100% acrylics, 120 yds/109 m, 100 g)

- H/5mm Furls Odyssey Hook (or hook to obtain gauge)

- Lucet Fork

- 10” Dowel Rod

- Tapestry Needle

- Scissors

 

PATTERN DETAILS

 

Crochet Stitch Abbreviations
- Ch - Chain

- Sc - Single Crochet

- Ea - Each

- BLO - Back Loop Only

 

Difficulty

Skilled Beginner

 

Gauge

10 sts by 2 rows = 4” square

 

Notes

The Back Curtain is worked using the single crochet stitch in the back loop only throughout. 

Ch 1 does not count as a stitch. 

CA - Surf, CB - Peninsula, CC - Ambrosia, CD - Snow, CE - Fawn

Each color section measures a different size. From the bottom up they measure (approx.): 1st & 2nd, 5”; 3rd & 4th, 4”, and 5th & 6th, 3”.

For the i-cords, leave one end at least 6” long; you’re going to use this end to attach the i-cord to the back curtain. 

You may block your Back Curtain and i-cords to relax the pieces but not necessary.


The Pattern

Back Curtain

Row 1: Using CA, Ch 43, 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc in ea st across. 42

Row 2: Ch 1, 1 sc BLO in the same st, 1 sc BLO in ea st across. 42

Rows 3-27: Ch 1, 1 sc BLO in the same st, 1 sc BLO in ea st across. Switch to CB. 42

Rows 28-54: Ch 1, 1 sc BLO in the same st, 1 sc BLO in ea st across. Switch to CA. 42

Rows 55-75: Ch 1, 1 sc BLO in the same st, 1 sc BLO in ea st across. Switch to CB. 42

Rows 76-96: Ch 1, 1 sc BLO in the same st, 1 sc BLO in ea st across. Switch to CC. 42

Rows 97-112: Ch 1, 1 sc BLO in the same st, 1 sc BLO in ea st across. Switch to CD. 42

Rows 113-128: Ch 1, 1 sc BLO in the same st, 1 sc BLO in ea st across. 42

Fasten Off. 

 

I-Cords

Step 1: Using your Lucet Fork, make 12 i-cords in varying lengths.

Step 2: Make 4 i-cords that measure approx. 22” long. Two in CC, and two in CD.

Step 3: Make 4 i-cords that measure approx. 18” long. Two in CC, and two in CD.

Step 4: Make 2 i-cords in CE that measure approx. 14” long.

Step 5: Make 2 i-cords in CE that measure approx. 10” long.

 

Tassel

Make 1 tassel in any color you’d like. The sample uses Peninsula.

 

 Assembly and Finishing

Block Back Curtain and I-cords (the sample was misted with water in a spray bottle), and laid flat to dry.

Weave in ends for the back curtain. For the i-cords, weave in one end but leave the other end.

 

 

Assembly: 

Step 1: Attach the Back Curtain to the dowel rod by crocheting the single crochet stitch around the dowel rod. Use any color yarn you want. I used the same colored yarn as the top row of the Back Curtain. 

Step 2: From the left of the Back Curtain, attach the i-cords in the following sequence: 22” CC, 22” CD, 18” CC, 18” CD, 14” CE, 10” CE. You will start at the 4th stitch from the left, then attach the remaining at every 2 stitches. 

From the right of the Back Curtain, attach the i-cords following the same sequence as the left side instructions above. 

Attach the tassel to the center space in between both sides of the i-cords. 

   

 

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