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The Snow Glory crochet Wall Hanging is a free pattern below. Made with #6 weight yarn it works up quickly and looks great!
I was thrilled when Allison asked me to host her free Snow Glory Wall Hanging on the blog. It is part of the Giftstravanganza Event hosted by Marie from Underground Crafter during November 2022.
This event is also about the winter holiday gifting and all projects use 3 skeins or less. Each week has a different theme. Allison is the last day of the gifts for the home event.
Named for a cheerful little blue flower that pokes its head through the snow in late winter, the Snow Glory Wall Hanging is designed to bring some joy and hope for warmer weather to your home during the winter. Playful popcorn stitches dance against a neutral textured background, and a simple border and fringe in the same contrast color finishes the piece.
Meet Allison of Claire de Lune Fiber Art!
Hi! I’m Allison Bostrom, the designer, creator, and very-much-still-learning photographer/social media manager behind Clair de Lune Fiber Art. I design stimulating crochet and knit patterns for everything from garments and accessories to homewares. My goal in writing patterns is to encourage makers to learn new stitches and construction techniques, or to reconsider the ones they know.
A bit about me personally: I just finished my Masters in International Development and am currently looking for a job.
My dream post would be conducting policy research to improve the way refugees and other migrants are treated.
At the moment I am also juggling a tutoring business, designing, a little babysitting for family, and managing my chronic migraines.
My non-yarn hobbies include cooking, baking, gardening, doing puzzles, and playing piano and guitar.
Before I decided to pursue a career in humanitarian/development work, I was in a PhD program for Astronomy & Astrophysics.
It’s been nice to have my yarny hobbies to fall back on during a pretty hectic time in my life!
Where can you find Allison and Clair de Lune Fiber Art?
Allison may not have a blog (yet!) but there are still plenty of places where you can find her and her stunning patterns!
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Pattern Specifics for this crochet wall hanging:
- Super bulky (6) weight – This version uses Cascade Yarns Magnum Tweed in Ecru (MC) and Storm Blue (CC)
You will need approximately 160 yards in MC and 135 yards in CC
- L/8 mm, or size needed to obtain gauge
Other Materials / Notions needed:
- Stick, dowel, or rod for hanging (about 16-17” wide, any width you’d like)
- Tape measure
- Yarn needle
10 sts x 9 rows = 6”/15 cm
For gauge swatch: fsc 14 and work Rows 2-10 of Wall Hanging pattern. Make sure to block your swatch if you plan to block your wall hanging (recommended)!
About 15”/38 cm wide x 24”/61 cm long, not including fringe
|CSDC||chainless starting double crochet|
|(f)sc||(foundation) single crochet|
|sl st||slip stitch|
Special Stitches used:
pc = popcorn stitch
- Dc 5 in indicated st, carefully remove hook from active loop. Insert hook into first dc made and pull active loop through.
- Place a slip knot on your hook. Insert hook into designated stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through both loops.
- This crochet wall hanging pattern is for a large, rectangular wall hanging worked flat in two colors. Alternating sections of lemon peel stitch and popcorn stitches create contrasting textures, and then the piece is brought together with a simple sc border worked in the contrasting color. A long fringe is added for flair, and the wall hanging is attached to a dowel or stick.
- The width of the wall hanging can be adjusted by adding or subtracting a multiple of 4 from the foundation. You may also add or subtract multiples of two rows from the MC and/or CC sections.
- A ch 3 may be substituted for the CSDC and will count as the first stitch. Otherwise, starting chains never count as stitches.
- This pattern uses US terms.
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Row 1 [RS]: With MC, fsc 25.
Row 2 [WS]: Ch 1, turn, sc, *dc, sc. Rep from * across. 
Row 3: Turn, CSDC, *sc, dc. Rep from * across.
Rows 4-9: work Rows 2-3 three times more.
Row 10: work Row 2 once more.
Row 11 [RS]: turn, with CC, standing sc, *sc, popcorn, sc 2. Rep from * across.
Row 12: ch 1, turn, sc across.
Row 13: ch 1, turn, sc 4, *popcorn, sc 3. Rep from * until 1 st remains, sc.
Row 14: work Row 12 once more.
Row 15: ch 1, turn, sc 2, *popcorn, sc 2. Rep from * across.
Row 16 [WS]: turn, with MC, standing sc, *dc, sc. Rep from * across.
Row 17: Turn, CSDC, *sc, dc. Rep from * across.
Row 18: ch 1, turn, sc, *dc, sc. Rep from * across.
Row 19: rep row 17
Rows 20-23: work Rows 18-19 two times more.
Row 24: work Row 18 once more.
Rep Rows 11-24 once more.
Reattach CC with a standing sc in any corner. Sc twice more in corner, then sc evenly around entire wall hanging, working 3 sc in each corner. Sl st to first st and FO, or use an invisible join.
Note: Exact stitch count is not important here, just work evenly. I made one sc in each of the stitches on the top and the bottom, and roughly 4 sts for every 5 rows along the side edges. But this is not a rule – I just went by eye and you should too!
I recommend giving your wall hanging a gentle blocking to help even out its edges. You can do this by spraying it with water and laying it flat, or by soaking it in water, gently squeezing (not wringing!) out excess with a towel, and laying it flat. If it is curling or otherwise looks uneven, you can pin it down.
Cut 27 lengths of CC, each measuring 18” long. Position the wall hanging so that the WS is facing you and you will be working along the bottom (foundation) edge. Start in the middle sc of the 3 sc worked into the corner. Working one length of CC at a time, fold the length of yarn in half, insert hook into the stitch, and pull the loop of CC through. Yarn over using both tails of the length of CC and pull through. Tighten gently. Repeat across the bottom edge of the wall hanging, working in each stitch. It should be easy to find these stitches since you just worked the border.
Weave in ends and trim fringe if necessary to ensure it is even.
You may mount your wall hanging on a dowel, stick, or rod (or any other way you come up with!). To do this, cut a very long piece of CC yarn. I recommend using the following “formula” to estimate how much yarn you will need:
width of dowel/stick/rod x 115
Use this length to stitch around the dowel, working through each stitch at the top of the wall hanging.
To create a hanger, cut 1-2 pieces of CC to your desired length and tie onto each end of the dowel. Use this to hang your masterpiece on a hook or nail wherever it will bring you the most joy!
Thank you Allison!
Thank you Allison for sharing your fabulous crochet wall hanging pattern with us! I am thrilled that you could join our little corner of the internet!
If you make the Snow Glory Wall Hanging then please do tag Allison in your posts if you share on social media! It is a great way of saying thank you for a free pattern!
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