Use your Knitting and Crochet Skills to make these lovely wall hangings.
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One of the latest and strongest trends in Interior Design is Woven and Macrame Wall Hangings. Well, we decided we don’t need to learn two more
Hi, Ana here
I spend a lot of time on Pinterest and Instagram and have noticed this huge trend in home decor for Wall Hangings and Tapestries.
Made an experiment last year, trying to make a knitted tapestry, but I didn’t
Testing and experimenting, I figured out that making a lace pattern with both techniques would be the best way to start.
PLUS I also really wanted to make something with one of my favorite yarn brands: Hoooked Zpagetti Yarn. A type of t-shirt or spaghetti yarn that is perfect for home decor projects. I really love their website and their Pinterest Boards, so go check them out.
Knitted Arrowhead Wall Tapestry
Let’s Start with the knitted piece: I made this piece with a size 10 mm knitting needles (US 15, UK 0) and using Hooked Zpagetti Yarn in Blue Razz
I casted-on 31 stitches and followed the Arrowhead Lace Knitting Pattern instructions we have on our video tutorial:
Multiple of 10 +1
k=knit k2tog= Knit 2 stitches together
yo= yarn over
psso= Pass the passed stitch over the last one(s) made.
Repeat from * to *
Row 1.- K1 *(yo, slide 1, k1,
Row 2.- Purl.
Row 3.- K2 * yo, slide 1, k1,
Row 4.- Purl.
Crochet Arcade Stitch Wall Tapestry
I made this wall hanging piece with a size 11.5 mm
Follow along with her Tutorial, she has images to go with it and it’s simple and easy.
These were super quick easy and fun to make. I really loves working with this yarn, but you can try out pretty much any kind of chunky yarn and even cord to make these.
Bernat Home Dec Has a nice line of t-shirt yarn to try out.
Here are my Amazon suggestions:
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