Crochet Room Wall Decor

Crochet Room Wall Decor

Perfect for your little girl's room is this Crochet Room Wall Decor. Make the letter of her first name to help decorate her room. This can also be made for baby boys. Baby crochet patterns really add that personal touch. Ten granny squares are crocheted then joined together and finished off with a shell edging around the whole letter.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)


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This is a really, really clever way to use an ordinary granny square. The designer says that the concept will only work with certain letters, but I have a few ideas Id like to try out. My biggest problem will be picking out a good color scheme. This is where a trip to the paint store always comes in handy. Those paint strips have helped me out more than once.

I can't believe that I was not the one who thought of this idea. It's really a great idea! I love this. Now I am going through all the letters of the alphabet trying to think if you could make each one with out issues. Kudos to the designer for a super cute decor hanging pattern. It has TONS of flexibility as far as picking your particular colors. Do what you want!

awww, cuter than cute!! I'm always looking for something new to give my grandkids-thanks!

This is just adorable! Thanks for the pattern!

I think these ase all wonderful - thanks for so many creative, fun projects!

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