10 Best Free Crochet Plant Hanger Patterns

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Need a cool crochet plant hanger to showcase your plant babies? If so, then you are in the right place, because I’ve got some free patterns for you. In Quick Roundup series I share 5-10 best ideas for crochet techniques, projects and patterns that caught my eye, so stay tuned for next parts!

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Why hanging planter?

If you’re even a little bit like me, you can’t go back from grocery shopping without a new plant, however small. After some time… you just run out of space! That’s where hanging planters come in, because all you need is a hook in the ceiling, or a nail in the wall.

Additionally, crochet plant hangers are a fun alternative to macrame, which is great, but not everybody want to learn it. If you already know how to crochet, however, you’ll be able to pull it off without problems.

How to crochet plant hanger?

The basic premise is very simple, but you can find quite a few different ideas for construction. First of all, your hanger should be sturdy enough to safely keep the pot. Secondly, it should keep it in such a way that won’t make it fall out, or rotate too much.

When you’re ready to put your hanging plant up, make sure you’re choosing the right spot. It shouldn’t be too drafty (otherwise the plant will swing too much), nor too close to household members’ favorite routes. Always make sure that the hook or nail are secure, and that the knot on the planter is tight.

What yarn to use for a plant hanger?

The most important quality of the yarn for this project is that it shouldn’t stretch, so choose macrame ropes, cotton, twine, or linen. You can also use t-shirt yarn, which stretches a bit, but is thick enough to create sturdy base for the pot when crocheted.

Crochet Roundup

Below you will find a selection of crochet plant hanger pattern ideas that are easy and fun to crochet! I’m sure there’s your next project hiding somewhere, so check them out!

Look under the pictures for free crochet patterns and tutorials.

Lacy Plant Hanger Free Patterns

Boho Plant Hanger by Alex DellAringa
*free crochet pattern*

The construction of this piece is quite straightforward: solid bottom, which holds the pot, and very simple mesh body. Alex’s project is one of the easiest you can choose, because it requires very little yarn and basically no skills. To make it extra, add wooden beads and tassels – as you can see in the photos, it looks cool!

Find this free crochet pattern on youshouldcraft.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

You may also like my article about Crochet Monstera Plant Pattern Ideas.

Chevron Hanging Planter by Hello Happy
*free crochet pattern*

This pattern by Hello Happy features one of my favorite motifs, so be sure to check out the photos! Chevron, because that’s what we are talking about, emerges from simple lines of single crochet. In the combination with openwork it creates a structure that will look especially good when used with dark-colored pot.

Find this free crochet pattern on hellohappy.net, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

Twisted Plant Pot Cover by Veronika Cromwell
*free crochet pattern*

If you’re looking for something more structural, this plant pot cover by Veronika will be right up your alley. As you can see, it features very simple stitches, but in a clever way. Something as simple as a twist changes the shape of the “bars” and makes them look interesting.

Find this free crochet pattern on bluestarcrochet.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

You may also like my article about The Best Crochet Flower Pattern Ideas and Inspiration.

Trailing Plant Pot Hanger by Sue Doran
*free crochet pattern*

Can plant pot hanger be a piece of art? I think so! Take a look at Sue’s project in the photo and see how beautiful this lacy structure is. As if it wasn’t enough, the straps are decorative, too – a simple curly cue technique makes them spiral.

Find this free crochet pattern on soozjewels.blogspot.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

Eryn Plant Hanger by Ashley Edmonds
*free crochet pattern*

Lacy patterns are not your thing? No worries, because this pattern by Ashley will suit all of you, who need a sturdy basket-type plant hanger. Again, this project doesn’t require much skills, so it will be perfect for beginners. Structural stitches make it look interesting, so consider making a bunch in different colors and hanging them together!

Find this free crochet pattern on throughtheloopyc.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

You may also like my article about Earth Day: Eco-Friendly Crochet Ideas.

Plant Hanger Pods Free Patterns

Hanging Planter Pods by Yarnspirations Design Studio
*free crochet pattern*

Those of you who can’t drill a hole in their ceilings aren’t excluded from the hanging planter game! All you need is a hook on the wall and a crocheted pod, which will keep your plant baby as if in a basket. You can transform your entire wall into a vertical garden with these beauties, so be sure to make some!

  • photos by Yarnspirations Design Studio on ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on yarnspirations.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

Pixie Planter by Dana Hogan
*free crochet pattern*

Bring boho vibes to your home with this easy project, but don’t forget about the tassels! Addition of wooden beads and tassels instantly elevates the piece, so keep it in mind. These beauties by Dana use t-shirt yarn, which is very thick and works up really fast, so it’s a great idea for a last-minute gift.

Find this free crochet pattern on daysck.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

You may also like my article about How to Choose the Right Yarn for Your Crochet Project.

Hanging Air Planter by Hello Happy
*free crochet pattern*

Have you ever heard of air plants? If not, you should definitely google the term, because they are awesome! Air plants don’t need soil, so they can be cultivated in whatever position. They take their water from air, so it’s a perfect plant for the bathroom! Put one in this adorable crocheted pod and see what happens.

Find this free crochet pattern on hellohappy.net, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

Macrochet 4″ Planter by Dana Hogan
*free crochet pattern*

Another basket-type hanging planter from Dana Hogan can easily compete with macrame, because of the ornamental strap. Braided lines are so easy to make, but look so good! To make things easier, consider fake plants, because they look so lifelike nowadays!

Find this free crochet pattern on daysck.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

You may also like my article about The Best Floral Crochet Stitches – Free Patterns and Inspiration!.

Hanging Plant Trio by Yarnspirations Design Studio
*free crochet pattern*

Designers from Yarnspirations created a hanger for not one, but three plants! They definitely took into consideration the needs of the most invested plant lovers. This boho planter will be a beautiful addition to your interior, whether it’s calm bedroom, lively salon, or kids’ room.

  • photos by Yarnspirations Design Studio on ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on yarnspirations.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

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