Lyrically Lovely: The Free Heart Wave Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern
“2 Wall hangings in 2 weeks? Amber, you must be losing it.” Is what you might be saying… but if you’re not, please skip that part. But it is true, last week’s new free pattern was the Cute Hearts Wall Hanging and this week you get the Heart Wave Wall Hanging but I swear I have a good reason for it. I just like wall hangings.
Ok, technically that’s not a “good reason” but it is a reason. I love designing wall hangings and they’re so fun to make. So I keep making them. Also, have you seen my projects people on these? I love seeing all the colors and bits of creativity people add to make these unique. It fills me with such joy. And you know what, it doesn’t hurt anyone so I’m gonna keep leading with joy.
This design is sort of a mash up of a Valentine’s Day pattern and the Cool Waves Wall Hanging or Follow the Moon Wall Hanging that I released last year. I thought because love is the “music of the heart” that the waves and lines here would read like a lyrical visual metaphor for love. I might be getting a bit overly with this but sometimes that’s how I work out designs in my head. I like to create a story for myself and build form there. But now I’m wondering if that makes sense to anyone else but me… hmm… Oh well. It still looks cool and that’s really at least worth a C+ right?
As with all my crochet colorwork/ tapestry designs, you can work these in whatever way feels right to you. I have floats on the of this design in a couple spots (especially where I created the white spot on the heart) but for the most part I used bobbins for this pattern. And like I say often on Instagram, when it comes to how you work color it doesn’t matter what you call it, you do what feels good to you. I don’t ever follow just one technique to change and carry colors, sometimes I carry them for a couple sts and then drop the color altogether and work the rest of the way across the project. As long as you steam block (which I always do for colorwork) then it’s going to be a-OK. Don’t just take my word for it, give it a try yourself.
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 is often icky 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.
Anyway, I hope you like this pattern and give it a try. It’s definitely more involved than last week’s heart wall hanging but it is a good step up, a good challenge if you’re into it.
Please wear and wash your masks and be kind to each other.
Please note: I was provided the yarn for this pattern by We Crochet for the purposes of designing the Heart Wave Wall Hanging crochet pattern, without compensation. I wasn’t provided the yarn with the expectations of positive or negative reviews but I always enjoy using this yarn, I’ve used it many times and it’s durable and colorful worsted weight yarn. If you purchase yarn through any of the links in this post, I will be compensated.
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Where to purchase the Heart Wave 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
- I used Brava Worsted from WeCrochet
- 7 colors
- A: 2 oz/ 124 yds
- B – G: Less than 1 oz/ 62 yds ea
- Notions: scissors, measuring tape, yarn needle
- Wooden dowel/stick (more than 16″ across)
- 17 sc x 20 rows = 4” (blocked)
Terms/ Stitches used
- Ch: Chain
- St: Stitch
- Sc: Single crochet
- RS: Right side
- 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.
- This pattern is worked from the bottom up, row by row with a turn at the beginning of the row.
- The ch 1 at the beginning of the rows does not count as a stitch.
- The odd rows are the RS.
- This pattern doesn’t require you to carry the yarn, just use bobbins where necessary and change colors on the last pull through of the sc.
- In the photos: Brava Worsted by We Crochet – Brava Worsted by We Crochet – color A is white (BW in white), color B is blue (BW in Solstice Heather), color C is dark pink (BW in Rouge), color D is light pink (BW in Cotton Candy), color E is dusty purple (BW in Seraphim), color F is dark purple (BW in Eggplant), and color G is bright purple (BW in Lady Slipper)..
Blocked Finished Product Details (approx)
Heart Wave Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern Graph
Key: color A is white, color B is black, color C is medium pink, color D is light pink, color E is dark purple, color F is light purple, and color G is dark pink.
Row 69: A: From where you left off on Row 68, ch 1, turn, sc around the wooden dowel/ stick and into Row 68 across — 64 sc
Row 70: Ch 80, skip the entire row, slip st into the first st of row 69 — 1 ch-80 space
Fasten off, weave in your ends.
Cut 64 4” pieces of yarn so they match up with the colors you used on Row 1. Then loop them through the other side of Row one where they line up with the colors.
You can pick up written instructions for the Heart Wave Wall Hanging crochet pattern in my Ravelry shop.
Tada! There they are, the Heart Wave Wall Hanging crochet pattern! I hope you love it and use the hashtag #DivineDebris on Instagram and I’ll share it in my stories!