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I made this pattern
for Haley's to put a plant in for her third grade class.

The following pattern is my original design.
Please only copy or print this pattern for personal use.
Please contact me if you find any errors.


Red Heart Super Saver 4 ply acrylic yarn (main color)
Simply Soft 4 ply acrylic yarn (contrasting color)
Hook Size P
Key Ring
Plastic Bowl (about the size of the smaller cool whip containers but a bit deeper)

Stitches: Ch, Sc, Sl St, Dc, Rev Sc.

Difficulty: DIFFICULT

R1: With 3 strands held together (one strand of Simply Soft and two strands of Red Heart)
Ch4, 13dc in 4th ch from hook. Join with sl st in top of beg ch4. -14dc-

R2: Ch3, do not turn. Dc in ea st and in the spaces between all stitches. -28dc-

R3-4: Ch3, do not turn. Dc in ea dc. Join wiht sl st. -28dc-

R5: Ch1, do not turn. Sc in spaces between all dcs. Join with sl st.

R6: Ch1, Rev Sc around. Join with sl st.

Fasten off.

*Join yarn in any sc on R5. Ch45. Fasten off leaving a 12" yarn tail.
Rep from * on all 4 sides.

Now you have 4 long chains that you have to fashion into the hanger.
Thread all 4 chains through the key ring and tie a knot to secure the ring in the position you want.
Now you have to secure the ends. I used a little of my experience with macrame to finish the ends and I hope I can explain what I did.

You have the plant hanger, the handles and the key ring tied to it for hanging. BUT, you have the 4 strands or chains hanging loosely. I worked what I remembered as macrame knots but I didn't work them correctly. Finish your hanger with square knots like on the ones on this page:

To help you visualize how I did my knots, look at the picture for the square knot... I took the red strand behind all 3 remaining strands and made a loop. Then I brought the tail of the red strand around the remaining 3 strands and put it back through the loop I had made and then tightened the knot. You can work the knots in any fashion... the point is to secure the ends.

When the chained strands are worked in use your crochet hook to weave the yarn tails into the work and trim the excess.

Wrap all 3 strands around a 12" ruler to make fringe. Cut on one end only... each strand will be 24" long. Use as many strands as you like to make the fringe. Secure fringe through center of R1 as in photo.

Insert bowl with your plant into the hanger.



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