Friday, July 3, 2015

Vintage Crochet Hanger Tutorial


You will need: A wooden hanger, 2 different colors of light weight yarn, crochet hook, darning needle and a pair of scissors.
The kids just stepped in through the door from their last day of school and the sun is beating hard on our vegetable patch. It is summer and vacation can start. For real! It is a great feeling and although I won't be around much here this summer I have prepared the Vintage Crochet Hanger Tutorial for you as I promised. This is a perfect lazy vacation day project and like I said in my blog post before - this is the type of project the ticks every single joyful box for a crochet and yarn lover. So gather your stuff and make some. 

You will need:
• Yarn of light weight 3-4ply, sports weight or lighter (I have used Tilda yarn )

• Crochet hook recommended by the yarn (I used a hook 2,5 mm/ C in US)
• A pair of scissors
• Darning needle
• Wooden hanger approx 16,5 inches/42 cm long. Can be found in most department stores.

Abbreviations
 

UK/US ch - chain UK/US  
dc/sc - double crochet UK/single crochet US
tr/dc - treble UK/double crochet US

PS To print this tutorial, drag and drop the Tutorial picture below, on to your desk top and then print it in full scale. 





Kärlek
Annette


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28 comments :

  1. What a beautiful post Annette! And a nice pattern too, thank you for sharing!!! Have a lovely holiday, with lots of sunshine and laughter!
    x Ellebel

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  2. Belíssimo, amo fazer crochê.
    Tenha um ótimo dia.

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  3. Those are lovely. Been on my to do list for awhile. Enjoy the summer!

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  4. Thankyou Annette, they are so pretty. I've a few wooden hangers ready for conversion so might just start one tonight. :o) Enjoy your holiday - would love to come with you!

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  5. What a lovely pattern. Thanks for sharing it. I keep meaning to make more crochet hangers, and this pattern will be perfect.

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  6. Beautiful hangers inope I can do it soon Hugs

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  7. Your hangers are absolutely beautiful - I love the colors you chose. Thanks for taking time to prepare the tutorial. I think I'll have to try this.

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  8. Oh love these Annette!!! I shall definitely be making some of these for my wardrobe! Thanks for sharing the tutorial! Gill xx

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  9. Thanks for the lovely pattern. I am going to try these. They look so pretty all together. Enjoy your summer holidays. Its really cold here! Only 1 degree C this morning! I'm in the Blue Mountains in NSW Australia. Summer sounds so lovely!

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  10. These are beautiful and I would love to try, but having trouble finding this style hanger in the UK.
    Thanks for sharing the pattern and enjoy your summer x

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    1. Hello threads 'n' shreds, I found some like this in Dunelm, Sam xx

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  11. Thank you so much. What a lovely pattern and how generous of you to share it. Have a lovely break. Blessings Gail.

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  12. Wow thank you so much for kindly sharing your pattern - they look so beautiful I am definitely going to give them a try.

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  13. Gorgeous Annette, thanks very much for the pattern. x

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  14. Dear Annette! Thank you for your tutorial. I'm using such a decorated hanger over 20 years now and I was delighted when I found this .... so I'm gonna rework some hangers soon ;-) Hugs from Germany, from Cordula

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  15. Thank you for sharing this tutorial with us! I always wondered how to make these beautiful cosies. :-)

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  16. Really, really pretty Annette! Thanks for sharing, Sam xx

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  17. lovely pattern, thank you for sharing. :-)

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  18. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial!

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  19. My grandmother made crocheted hangers of which I have about 5. I treasure them. I can picture her in my mind sitting in HER chair crocheting away. I love them because your clothes don't slip off of them, I only know the rudiments of crochet but with your excellent instructions I might give it a go. Thank you for the memory. I came here from Jenny of ELEFANTZ.

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  20. Thanks for at very good DIY on the hangers. I have tried to make some myself. You can see them here on my blog: http://lottesroom.blogspot.dk/2015/07/hklet-betrk-til-bjler.html
    Love from Lotte in Denmark

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  21. Thank you so much for this excellent instructions.
    hugs mimi

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  22. Dear Annette, I love this work, easy and so lovely for a present. Thank you for the pattern!
    Lots of love from Uruguay, South America.

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  23. Try these clever hanger ideas for organizing your whole house.

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  24. When I was a little girl (a long time a go 😏)I knew how to, but forgot. I've been looking for it, since I took up crochet again, a few years a go. Thank you very much. (sorry for the mistakes in writing or grammar, my language originally is dutch)

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  25. When I was a little girl (a long time a go😏) I kwew how to crochet this pattern. Since I took up crochetting again I have been looking all over the net for it. Thank's for sharing it.(sorry for the mistakes in writing or grammar, my language is dutch)

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Kärlek
Annette

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