A couple weeks ago I said on Instagram that my goal for 2024 is to “have more fun and make more art” and I think I’m already doing a good job at that with this week’s new patterns. I love making wall hangings, they really give me so much joy and their creation is so, so artistically fulfilling. I suggest everyone find a wall hanging that makes you so happy. And this week’s Celestial Peaks Wall Hanging could be that wall hanging for you.
I haven’t made a wall hanging since October’s Fall Coffee Wall Hanging. Yes, that fact totally shocks me too. Designing and making pieces of crochet art like a wall hanging has been major place of joy and creativity for me the last few years. And I usually make them pretty consistently but for some reason during the Fall of last year I just kinda had way too much going on. I don’t know what it was, but I wanted to design a wall hanging but I couldn’t’ find the motivation. Do you ever get that way?
But luckily with the new year came new inspiration and I was able to work through whatever block I was having and finally designed a new one. I think what helped was all the colors and the soft rolling hills of this design. It was so fun to play around with colors and see which ones I wanted to match to create the illusion of deeper space, and of course the decision to add details like the fringe or stars. Which I always decide to do 😀 They’re just too cute not to.
Like nearly all my wall hangings, the graph is posted below. The pattern is worked from the bottom up in rows of single crochet stitches and I always like to keep the RS clean and tidy and do any floats or carrying yarn on the WS. It makes for a really nice look. And keeping with industry standards, if you’d like written instructions to this pattern you can pick those up in my Ravelry shop. I know talking about money makes people uncomfortable but I split up these patterns this way so that people do have an incentive to pick up the pdf, it helps me to keep making patterns here on my blog. I hope you understand.
Overall, I do hope you like this week’s new pattern. It was a joy to make. And it’s not a super complicated design so I think it would be great for practicing color changes and working on your color work skills. Thank you so much for checking out this pattern.
Please note: I was provided the yarn for this pattern by We Crochet for the purposes of designing the Celestial Peaks Wall Hanging crochet pattern, without compensation. I wasn’t provided the yarn with the expectations of positive or negative reviews but I’ve used Brava Worsted many times for home decor, garments, and whatnot and it’s one of my favorite worsted yarns to use – especially for nearly all my wall hangings. This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase yarn through any of the links in this post, I may be compensated.
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Where to purchase the Celestial Peaks Wall Hanging crochet pattern
Intermediate (need to know how to read a graph and do color work)
- US G (4.00 mm) crochet hook
- Worsted weight/ size #4 yarn
- 9 colors
- Less than 2 oz/ 120 yds of ea.
- I used Brava Worsted by We Crochet for this
- See Notes section for exact colors
- Notions: scissors, measuring tape, yarn needle
- Wooden dowel/ stick (more than 14” across)
- 18 sc x 20 rows = 4” (blocked)
Terms/ Stitches used
- St: Stitch
- Ch: Chain
- RS: Right side
- Sc: Single crochet
- As is industry standard, this pattern is just a free graph and not written instructions but you can purchase the pattern for a fee in my Ravelry shop.
- Begin with a ch 58 in color A, turn, and start in the 2nd ch from the hook. Each row begins with a “ch 1, turn” and all st counts are 57 sc.
- This pattern is worked from the bottom up, row by row with a turn at the beginning of the rows.
- The ch 1 at the beginning of the rows does not count as a stitch.
- This pattern doesn’t require you to carry the yarn, unless you’d like to. I just used bobbins where necessary and changed colors on the last pull through of the sc.
- Blocking is suggested for this pattern.
- In the photos: Brava Worsted by We Crochet – color A is peach (BW in Seashell), color B is orange (BW in Orange), color C is light green (BW in Peapod), color D is dark green (BW in Dublin), color E is light blue (BW in Marina), color F is dark blue (BW in Tidepool), color G is gray (BW in Cobblestone Heather), color H is white (BW in white), and color I is yellow (BW in Caution).
Blocked Ghosts of the Celestial Peaks Wall Hanging crochet pattern Finished Product Details (approx, not including stick/ dowel/ fringe)
Celestial Peaks Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern Graph
Key: color A is peach, color B is orange, color C is light green, color D is dark green, color E is light blue, color F is dark blue, color G is gray, color H is white, and color I is yellow.
Begin with a ch 58 in color A, turn, and start in the 2nd ch from the hook. Each row begins with a “ch 1, turn” and all st counts are 57 sc.
With color G, sew your wooden dowel or stick to your wall hanging (or sc into the last row across if you’d like).
For the hanger, ch 70 with color I and tie the ends to the first and last sts on the final row of the wall hanging.
Feel free to add any details, such a fringe or surface crochet (added lots of stars), to customize the final look of your wall-hanging. I also added some stars to the top with another yellow color.
You can pick up written instructions for the Celestial Peaks Wall Hanging crochet pattern in my Ravelry shop.