Have you been searching for boho crochet ornaments? Add these to your list! This pattern pack includes 3 cute design for fringy, crochet ornaments. The sweet mini hanging planter ornament is FREE! Grab some cotton yarn, and keep scrolling to get started. This post may contain affiliate links. Thanks for your support!
BOHO CROCHET ORNAMENTS – CROCHET PATTERN
For the past several years, I have wanted to do a weeklong event sharing new crochet ornament patterns, but wouldn’t you know it, the holidays are busy and stressful! Last year I had 6 designs started, but clearly wasn’t able to finish any of them. This year, I made it a priority! Several designs are still staring at me from a bin, unfinished, but maybe this will turn into a yearly tradition and they can come out next year!
ABOUT THESE CROCHET ORNAMENT
This pattern is for lovers of neutrals, natural fibers, and boho vibes! A few years ago I dabbled in crocheting around cording, creating projects that have a macramé feel, and I decided to bring that trend into these crochet ornament pieces.
The pattern includes a fringy candy cane, that consists of only 2 rows, so you can make half a dozen in less than an hour; a fringy rainbow, which is a mini version of another pattern you may recognize; and a quick and easy mini hanging planter. I opted to put faux greenery in mine, but how cute would it be if you put a real, live air plant? or even a fresh smelling sprig of pine?!
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EASY MINI PLANTER ORNAMENT – FREE CROCHET PATTERN
Approx. size: 2.5″ x 3.25″ (finished size)
Begin with a long tail.
1. Work a sc foundation of 10 sts. Turn.
2. – 7. Ch 3 (counts as first st and first
ch 1). Sk same st, dc in next st. *Ch 1, sk next st, dc in next st* work 4 times Turn. (11 sts)
Don’t tie off.
Fold up the bottom two corners into the center making a triangle at the bottom.
Using your beginning tail and a darning needle, sew the two edges together.
Tie off, weave in end.
Using your connected yarn, sc across your drift wood/dowel, putting your hook under it when you YO to attach it with each st.
Cut yarn. Pull yarn end through the last st. Leave a bit of slack, and pull yarn end through the last st to make a loop to hang it from.
Wrap the end around the driftwood a couple times and tie in a knot with the slack, hiding the knot on the back.
Trim end. Add some faux evergreen trimmings or mini pine cones to the front pocket, and hang.