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Free Crochet Plant Hanger Patterns and Pot Cozy Patterns

Fiona Campion • Feb 23, 2023

Create your own crochet plant hanger or jazz up a houseplant with a crochet plant pot cosy with these free crochet patterns. Whether you're looking to display your own houseplants or adding a special touch to a gift, these simple crochet plant pot covers and crochet plant hangers add a handmade touch to your home.

Free Crochet plant hanger patterns and pot cozy patterns

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Crochet Plant Hanger & Plant Pot Cozy Patterns

It's well reported that houseplants and increase the air quality in your home and of course they are the perfect way to bring the outside in, creating a more welcoming space to live in.


If you've gained a new hobby in caring for your plants, you can make your own crochet plant hanger or crochet pot cozy to combine your love of plants with a love of crochet. 


You'll find a large selection to inspire you to pick up your hook and get crafty, adding some handmade homewares to showcase your crochet skills below.


Both the plant hangers and the pot cozies add can also add a handmade element to any gift:

  • popping to a friends for dinner and don't want to arrive empty handed? Stitch up a plant pot cozy to enhance a potted plant
  • Sharing your propagated Pothos? Create it's own crochet plant hanger to allow the new owner to  hang it up straight away.


If you'd like some information on how to propagate your houseplants, check out this handy article from ApartmentTherapy.com by clicking here  - sharing is caring, after all!

Free Crochet plant hanger patterns & pot cozy patterns

How this Crochet Pattern Round Up Works:

Each photo represents a different crochet plant hanger pattern or plant pot cozy pattern designed by a talented, independent crochet designer. 


These designs are available to view for free on the designers website, if you prefer to purchase a printable pattern, the designer's website will direct you to where you can purchase.


There will be a button which will take you directly to either to the designers blog, so no faffing around trying to find the right link!


So, get scrolling to be inspired to crochet you own plant style!


I want to extend my thanks to all of the designers who allowed me to include their beautiful designs in this round up of free crochet plant hangers and plant pot cozies - I can't wait to get started on making some more.

Free Crochet plant hanger patterns & pot cozy patterns
Cosy Rosie UK Owner - Fiona

About the Autor

Hi, I'm Fiona, the hands behind Cosy Rosie Crochet - the place to learn to crochet as you make! 


With over four years of hands-on experience leading in-person crochet workshops since 2018 and designing and publishing my own patterns since 2019, I bring a wealth of expertise of sharing crochet techniques.....

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