This wall hanging is sure to bring on the spooky! From the kitchen to the living room, it’s the perfect addition for some haunted home decor.
ABOUT OUR DESIGNER
Kayla is the crochet designer of all things spooky with a special love for warm cardigans, cozy crochet decor, and horror movies.
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- Furls Crochet Wander Yarn (weight 4DK, 100% Acrylic Yarn, 120 yds/109 m, 100 g); in Alabaster (3 skeins), Obsidian (1 skein), Bergamot (1 skein), and Patina (1 skein)
- G/4mm Furls Streamline Resin Hook (or hook to obtain gauge)
- Tapestry Needle
- 12" Dowel Rod
Crochet Stitch Abbreviations
- Ch - Chain
- Sc - Single Crochet
- St- Stitch
- Sl St - Slip Stitch
Using color alabaster, CH 51
Row 1 (ws): In 2nd CH from hook, SC, SC in each ST across.
Row 2 (rs): CH 1 and turn, SC in each ST across.
Row 3 (ws): Begin to work the graph by starting at the bottom right corner.
*Row 1-3 is the starting point for all 3 graphs.
Rnd 1: Attach color obsidian to corner of 1 panel with a SL ST, CH 1. Place 2nd panel behind 1st, *SC in front loops only*, Repeat * across. Cut working yarn.
Rnd 2: Repeat rnd 1 to attach the final panel.
Block your wall hanging to reduce the amount of curl.
Adding Dowel Rod
Rnd 1: Using color obsidian, SL ST to top corner, CH 1.
Rnd 2: SC in each ST across around dowel.
Using tapestry needle, weave in ends.
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