Home FREE C2C CROCHET PATTERNS FLAMINGO WALL HANGING {FREE C2C GRAPH CHART}

FLAMINGO WALL HANGING {FREE C2C GRAPH CHART}

by Jess

This flamingo wall hanging design was my first using corner to corner crochet. I initially made it with a cream background, then a grey one, followed by a giant one using super chunky yarn. The giant one is currently hanging up in my living room and I still love it as much now as I did a year ago. You can see how big it is in this photo, the standard size flamingo is about the same size as the avocado!

If you would like to make one then here is the link to a PDF of the graph chart I made.

FLAMINGO C2C CHART

I would love to see your creations so feel free to tag me in them on Instagram (@discoslothdesigns) or use the #discoslothdesigns.

flamingo wall hanging corner to corner crochet

If you would prefer written instructions then there is also a more in depth pattern available to download in my Etsy Shop. It has the graph chart but also written instructions, step by step instructions and a colour block chart so you can choose which method you prefer.

It is using corner to corner crochet which I don’t have a tutorial for yet but there are lots of tutorial on YouTube, that’s how I learnt. I would recommend this one by Bella Coco, it’s the one I used and all her tutorials are so easy to follow. I actually learnt to crochet using her granny square tutorial.

If you don’t know how to crochet and would like to order a handmade flamingo then please contact me and I will give you a quote depending on size etc.

flamingo wall hanging corner to corner crochet

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2 comments

Laura Hanson June 19, 2019 - 9:05 pm

Thank you very much for sharing this free chart. I just finished the flamingo wall hanging and also made a pillow. But I am curious how you made your loops to hang it. Could you please share?
Laura

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Jess July 11, 2019 - 12:06 pm

Hi, thank you 🙂 I use two methods, I either use a crochet hook and work a dc stitch around the top of the square and the wooden dowel or just use a large needle and sew it on. Hope that helps!

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