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Crochet Wall Hanging Organizer | Free Pattern

This Wall Hanging Organizer is perfect for beginners and it also comes with a YouTube video tutorial where I explain everything you need for this crochet pattern. So if you are more a visual learner I've got you covered. For any home decoration I would highly recommend to use any 100% cotton yarn. It's not too stretchy than other yarns and because you will have something in the pockets of this organizer you need something sturdy.


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I love when I can make something practical and good looking. Especially when it's a home decoration and I can use it too. So this Wall Hanging Organizer is exactly that type of a project. I have it in my bathroom where I put all my creams and oils. There are so many places where you can hang it though! Even in your bedroom or entrance hall.


I hope you enjoy this pattern. Feel free to tag me on my Instagram or Facebook for your finished wall hanging. I can't wait to see it!




For this bathroom organizer you need:

• 5 mm hook / US H/8

Yarn - I used any colour of the Bernat Handicrafter, 100% cotton, approx. 200m for one organizer

Gauge: 7.5sts (Trinity st) x 12rows = 10cm x 10cm / 4" x 4"

• wood dowel 1/2"/12"

• scissors, yarn needle





Dimensions:

Length: 12" (with wood dowel but without the string for hanging)

Width: 12" (with wood dowel)


Notes

1) Every row ends with turning ch 1. It does NOT count as a first stitch of the next row.

2) Whole pattern is made with Trinity Stitch. Feel free to watch my YouTube video where I explain this pattern and the stitch or you can find in this pattern step by step pictures how to crochet Trinity Stitch.


Abbreviations:

FCH - foundation chain

CH - chain

SC - single crochet

SC3tog - 3 single crochet together

St - stitch



Directions

HOW to crochet TRINITY STITCH (this pattern is made only in this stitch)


MAIN PANEL (background panel)

  • Ch 40 (or any even number of the FCH)


ROW 1

  • Into your 2nd ch make a SC




  • SC3tog starting in the same stitch as your first SC (you should have 4 loops on your hook)


  • YO and pull up the loop through all four loops




  • Ch1


  • You repeat the pattern from step 3 to step 5 until you have your last two chains left at the end of the row




  • You make SC3tog starting in the same stitch as your last one. You DON'T make any ch1 after this. Instead SC into the same (your last) ch. Ch1 (does not count as a firs stitch for the next row). Turn.



ROW 2

Into your first ST make SC.

*SC3tog starting from the same stitch as SC (step 3 and step 4), ch 1*, repeat from *to* until your last two stitches left.

SC3tog starting from the same stitch as your SC3tog, SC, ch1. Turn ( step 6 and step 7)


ROW 3 - ROW 32 - Repeat ROW 2

Once you finish your panel, secure your organizer with a slip stitch and leave a tail long 14x of the length of the wooden dowel. With this tail you attach your panel to your wooden dowel.



HOW TO ATACH the wooden dowel

Align your main panel with the wooden dowel so it's nicely centered. Thread your tail through a needle and start to sew around the wood dowel into every stitch 2x across your last row of the bathroom organizer. They you secure it and weave in the tail.


BOTTOM POCKETS

Repeat the TRINITY stitch exactly like for the main panel. (Step 1 - Step 8)

Starting 40 FCH



ROW 1 - ROW 12

Once you finish your bottom panel for the pockets, leave a long tail so you can sew the pocket to the main panel.


TOP POCKETS

Repeat the TRINITY stitch exactly like for the main panel. (Step 1 - Step 8)

Starting 40 FCH

ROW 1 - ROW 9

Once you finish your top panel for the pockets, leave a long tail so you can sew the pocket to the main panel.



You have 3 parts for your bathroom organizer.

How to sew the all parts together

• Align your bottom panel for the pockets to your bottom part of the main panel. You can use your stitch markers and count 12 rows from the bottom of the main panel (because your bottom panel has 12 rows).

• Grab your needle and with your tail sew the panels together as you see on the picture below.




• If you have enough long tail to divide the panel for the two pockets, keep it on your needle. If not, grab a new string.

• Find the middle of the bottom panel and weave in your tail in and out as you can see on the picture below. This way you easily divide the pocket into two. Always make a double knot to secure your tail and weave in the ends.



• The same way you sew together your top panel for the pockets with the main panel (align your top panel for the pockets 6 rows below of the top of the main panel).

• Then you divide the top panel for the three same pockets and sew it the same way as the bottom panel.


How to make a string for hanging

• Triple strand your yarn (you can watch my YouTube video how easily it can be done).

• Use your same 5mm hook.

• Ch 40. Leave the tail long enough to simply make a knot around the wooden dowel and weave in the ends.



This pattern and all images associated with this pattern cannot be sold or claimed as your own. Feel free to sell your finished project and if you mention me and give me a credit for the pattern I would really appreciate it <3 . Feel free to tag me on my FB or IG account.

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