Bring all the beachy vibes with this crochet “fishing net” wall hanging! It’s a perfect display for real (or faux) air plants, a place to clip wallet-sized photos or attach souvenir seashells!
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This pattern is for all the beach lovers; salty breeze, warm sunshine, coconut sunscreen, sandy sandwiches, a pocket full of seashells. It’s a vibe!
This crochet fish netting wall hanging is quick and fun to make.
Hopefully you will find the embellishing part to be as fun as the crocheting part. I only came up with handful of ideas, but I am excited to see what you come up with for your project. The mesh spaces are a perfect size to nestle in an air plant, or to clip some wallet-sized photos to it. It turned out way cute!
I desperately wanted to find some drift wood for the wood pieces, but alas, things seem to be in abundance when they aren’t needed! So I settled for a couple of found sticks. .
I also drilled some holes in some seashells we found on our beach trip a few months ago. It turned out okay, but I think I needed more shells, and maybe bigger ones? A starfish would have been a fun addition!
What you need to make a crochet fish netting wall hanging:
– Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn
– 4mm hook
– Found Sticks or driftwood (approx. 16″ long)
– Embellishments of your choice
– Darning Needle