This fun, easy crochet chevron wall hanging uses simple chevron to create a lovely, boho piece of decor. Add fringe and make it in your favorite colors to make it work perfectly in your space. Works outdoor or indoors! This post contains affiliate links which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!
Decor is actually not my forte. I love to make pieces of decor that are trendy, but when it comes to creating a whole home with a cohesive look, I feel out of my element.
We have lived in our house for almost 2 years and my porch has been completely barren. This is mostly because I am paralyzed by the lack of decor sense. When the weather finally warmed up last month (yes, finally!), I moved all my cactuses outside. I have been leaning into a desert vibe inside my home since I realized cactuses are the only plants I can keep alive, so I decided to do the same with my porch.
I had a small patch of wall between my door and front window and I decided it needed a little bit of yarn and color.
I specially chose some desert-y colors, but the beauty of this project is that you can make it work for any space by mixing up the colors to work for you!
CROCHET CHEVRON WALL HANGING – CROCHET PATTERN
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– Paintbox Cottan Aran (4 skeins)
– G hook
– 3/4″ dowel
This is one of those lovely crochet patterns with repeats so you can get into a groove and work mindlessly. I like all kinds of patterns, but I find the mindless ones are the most therapeutic and cathartic and I generally reach for those when I have had a rough day. This one is perfect for the end of a hard day!
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I tried hanging it inside on a wall, and I really liked it, however I ultimately stuck with my original plan to put it outside. I might need to make another one in different colors for inside!
It’s always a good idea to add crochet to your home decor :)
Give it a try!