For the Love of Nature, the Free Moonlight Trees Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern
One final wall hanging for 2022? Don’t mind if it I do. And this time, it’s not going to feature mushrooms… I know, I was as surprised as you are. But I think you’re gonna like the new Moonlight Trees Wall Hanging.
Some time in November I got an itch to make another wall hanging. I just love the freedom and the joy of making wall hangings and using what’s in my stash. But I wanted to make something winter-ish and I kinda got stuck on that. I went back and forth on mushrooms that were icey blue and stuff like that but it just didn’t feel right. So I decided to start from a different perspective, nature yes but how about trees this time. And so the image you see here built into a wall hanging.
I was actually kinda nervous on how this one would turn out. I wasn’t sure if the trees and the moon were going to look boring so I added the clouds and that brought on the worry that it was going to look too cartoon. I honestly went back and forth on this design until I was like, “nope, that’s it, I’m going to just try it out and if it looks bad it won’t be my first design to do poorly.” But I like how it turned out. Especially after I went a little wild with stars, giving it a real nature feel. I just love it looks to be honest 😀
As I’ve said it before, but when it comes to color work you should do what works the best for you. I used bobbins for this particular pattern and made sure to turn the piece back and forth rather than in a circle as I worked the rows. I have a couple Reels on my Instagram that show how I change colors from the front and also the back, so if you’re struggling with changing colors those might help you. But I firmly believe that anyone can make a color work project like this, you just need to know how to make a single crochet 🙂 Oh, and a little bit of steam blocking will help straighten your piece right up.
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. 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 Moonlight Trees 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 Moonlight Trees 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 but you can use literally any worsted weight yarn you have on hand
- 8 colors
- Less than 1 oz/ 62 yds each color
- Notions: scissors, measuring tape, yarn needle
- Wooden dowel/ stick (more than 15″ 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 green (BW in Avocado), color B is brown (BW in Brindle), color C is blue green (BW in Hunter), color D is gray (BW in Dove Heather), color E is light yellow (BW in Custard), color F is dark yellow (BW in Canary), color G is dark gray (BW in Cobblestone Heather), and color H is white (BW in White).
Blocked Moonlight Trees Wall Hanging Finished Product Details (approx, not including stick/ dowel/ fringe)
Moonlight Trees Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern Graph
Key: color A is green, color B is brown, color C is blue green, color D is gray, color E is light yellow, color F is dark yellow, color G is dark gray, and color H white.
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 80 and tie the ends to either side of the wall hanging on the dowel/ stick.
Feel free to add any details, such a fringe or surface crochet, to customize the final look of your wall-hanging. I added pieces of fringe that match the colors on Row 1 and some stars in a yellow yarn.
You can pick up written instructions for the Moonlight Trees Wall Hanging crochet pattern in my Ravelry shop.
Tada! There they are, the Moonlight Trees Wall Hanging crochet pattern! I hope you love it and use the hashtag #DivineDebris on Instagram and I’ll share it in my stories!
1 thought on “For the Love of Nature, the Free Moonlight Trees Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern”
This is lovely! When I see work like this I’m inspired to try and create my own. I may get there one day.