Saturday, 1 June 2019

Scalloped Edge Hanger Cover - Our Happy CAL Place, weekly & monthly CAL group on Ravelry...

Hello everyone!  This week in Our Happy CAL Place we have been making these super cute hanger covers.  If your clothes keep slipping off, then you need this pattern!  Or maybe you would like to make a quick gift for someone?  They are just so pretty, a reason to make them is really not needed.  The group is open to everyone one and holds weekly and monthly crochet alongs, so come and join us...



The hanger pattern is by Bernat Design Studio and can be found here on Ravelry.  There is also a helpful video by Mikey,  I always find watching a video, easier than reading a pattern, especially with unusual designs.


You start off by crocheting single crochet stitches around the hanger and then a row of shells is added to the bottom...


A pretty ribbon adds a finishing touch...


Wouldn't this be just perfect for a little girls wardrobe...



The pattern and video are really easy to follow, the application however is a little more tricky.  I found I needed to hold my yarn quite tightly, to get an even coverage of the hanger and my hands got tired very quickly. 

Why not pin it for later...



 I do think the finished article was totally worth it though.  What do you think?  Do you have anyone that would love one of these?  Let me know in the comments below and don't forget to follow (in the sidebar) and subscribe for more posts like this...


I'll be back soon...
Catherine
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2 comments:

  1. I love the wooden hanger covers, but these plastic hanger covers look fantastic! Plastic hangers are so slippery, ugly looking and often have a rough edge at the join so this cover is a great idea. Best, Jane x

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    1. Yes I prefer wooden hangers. I think these plastic ones look cute for a little girl though...

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