Updated: Feb 23
The Boho Plant Hanger is perfect for hanging any plant or plant cuttings in a well lit window or space! This pattern was originally based off my Mason Jar Carrier design but I wanted to create a plant hanger with the same concept, just this time with a little more detail.
Just one little note from the author before you get started:
Thank you for your love + support! I am so happy you wanted to try out my pattern. Just so you know, the “Boho Plant Hanger" pattern + the images in it are property of Manda Moon Crochet. Sharing, selling, redistributing, or copying this pattern or the images in it is strictly prohibited.
You are welcome to sell any finished products from this pattern but please be sure to credit me as the pattern designer.
Now, enough of all that and on to the free pattern!
The Boho Plant Hanger
3.5mm crochet hook
Weight 4 yarn
Stitch Markers (optional)
Tapestry needle (optional)
Stitches + Abbreviations
CH - chain
HDC - half double crochet
DC - double crochet
SS - slip stitch
FLO - front loop only
This pattern is worked in rounds
In round 6: CH 3 at the beginning of the round count as the first HDC and CH 1 space of the round
Proper stitch count is important as the stitches needs to be even number around when adding the hanging strap portion of this design
Ch 3, SS to first chain to make a ring.
Round 1: CH 1, 10 HDC inside ring, connect with SS to CH 1. (10)
Round 2: CH 1, 2 HDC in each stitch around. Join with SS. (20)
Round 3: CH 1, *1 HDC in first stitch, 2 HDC in next* repeat around. Join with SS. (30)
Round 4: CH 1, *1 HDC in first two stitches, 2 HDC in next* repeat around. Join with SS. (40)
Round 5: CH 1, HDC in the FLO (front loop only) in each stitch around. Join with SS. (40)
Round 6: CH 3, skip first stitch, HDC in next, *CH 1, Skip 1, HDC in next* repeat around. Join with SS to the CH 3 space. (40)
Round 7: *CH 5, skip the CH 1 space, the HDC, and the next CH 1 space, then SS in the next stitch* repeat around. Join with SS. (50)
--> There should be 10 CH 5 spaces around the project now making the new stitch count 50 stitches all the way around
Round 8: SS into first 3 chains in the first CH 5 space from the previous row. *CH 4, connect to the center of the next CH 5 space from the previous row* repeat around. Join with SS to the center stich where the last SS was placed and where the first CH 4 began. (40)
Round 9: 3 HDC into the CH 4 space from the previous row. *CH 1, 3 HDC into next CH 4 space from previous row* repeat around. Join with SS. (40)
Round 10: *CH 5, SS to CH 1 space from previous row* repeat around. Join with SS. (50)
Round 11: SS into first 3 chains in the first CH 5 space from the previous row. *CH 4, connect to the center of the next CH 5 space from the previous row* repeat around. Join with SS to the center stitch where the last SS was placed and where the first CH 4 began. (40)
Round 12: 3 HDC in the CH 4 space from the previous row, *CH 1, 3 HDC in next CH 4 space from previous row* repeat around. Join with SS. (40)
Round 13: CH 3, skip next stitch, DC in next. *CH 1, skip 1, DC in next* repeat around. Join with SS. (40)
--> Essentially you are going to be placing 1DC in the right and left stitch on the ends of the 3DC from the previous row. Refer to image beflow for an example.
Round 14: CH 1, 2 HDC in each CH 1 space from the previous row. Join with SS. (40)
Now it is time to add the hanging portion of the hanger.
Starting at the last stitch of row 14, count 10 stitches to the right and place a stich marker in the 10th stitch . Count another 10 stitches to the right and place a stitch marker in the 10th stitch, continue this once more. You should end with 3 stitch markers placed evenly around your hanger. These markers are going to be where our hanging strings will be connected to.
Strap one: Once you have your stitch markers placed, starting from the stitch you ended row 14 with CH 90 *or however long you would like for your hanger*
Slip stitch the CH 90 to the stitch with the marker directly across from where you started this chain.
Strap two: Moving from where we just connected and going to the next stitch marker on the left, SS in each stitch until you hit the marker. Once you are in the stitch where the maker was placed, remove the marker. CH 90 like we did for the first string. Also like the last string, SS the CH 90 to the stitch with the marker directly across from where you started this chain.
Once you have connected your chain with a SS to your hanger, you can finish off the hanger by SS to the next 5 or so stiches. This is to add some extra support to the second strap. Then simply finish off and weave in the ends
And TA DA! You have yourself a Boho Mason Jar Plant Hanger! You can finish your hanger here or continue reading for a special addition.
To make the top of your hanger even cuter, add a hanging loop!
To do this, wrap yarn around four of your fingers 7 times
Cut the yarn once you have made your 7th wrap but do NOT cut the strings in half
Remove the wrapped yarn from your hands [At this point you should have a ring of yarn with two strands of cut ends]
Then place the ring over the top of the hanger strings [The top point of the plant hanger strings should be in the center of the ring.]
Place 2 fingers inside the ring going under the plant hanger strings
Grab the other side of the ring and pull the other side of the ring under the pant hanger strings and through the opposite side of the ring
Pull tight and cut off the lose ends
And now you have yourself not only an adorable place to hang your plant babies, but it even has a stylish hanging loop to hang pretty from in your home.
Check out the downloadable PDF version of this pattern which also includes marketing tips and product photo ideas that will make selling this Boho Plant Hanger a breeze!!
The PDF version includes: marketing theme ideas, hashtag suggestions, caption ideas, color themes for this product, and a product photo look-book that lays out the best ways to photograph this product so you can draw in your customers and capture all the detail of this design.