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September 13, 2018


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Kim U

I treasure the hangers that my Aunt made many, many years ago but never considered making them myself. I love this colorful and modern version and will have to make a few of my own. Thank you!

Little Quiltsong

Super cute Lucy!!

Angela- Southern USA

I was the same recently with some autumn crochet pumpkins. Love the hanger! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


These are a beautiful addition to any wardrobe and are non slip too, so no more crushed heap in the bottom of the wardrobe. Glad its not just me that decides suddenly I need to make something small and quick and ignore he dozen WIPs already on the go


The hangers look lovely! Can't wait for your description of the basket, I need one, especially one so gorgeous.

Nina Kellock

I've made loads of these over the last ten years or so, they are quick and easy to do, even with the addition of flowers, they make a nice gift, brighten up the wardrobe, charity shops like them, and they use up small amounts of leftover yarn. What's not to like?!


Thank you Lucy
I just needed something quick to crochet.y.s


Very pretty. These would make great Christmas gifts! I love the addition of the flower!

Teresa Kasner

I love your hanger cover.. the little flowers and leaves are the perfect embellishment. I have made several crocheted hanger covers and they really hold your blouses on really well. I did mine with a row of shells, then turned it and went back down with shells on the other side then crocheted it on the wooden hanger all around. Makes a pretty cover. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

// Heidrun

Looks lovely, a wonderful idea! Perfectly made.


I was looking at my hangers recently which my Grandma crocheted for me well over a decade ago and they are looking quite sad and worn. I can't part with them though but I may have to add some of my own to my collection now and they can sit alongside my Grandmas. Thanks for the lovely idea. xx Susan


Luuuuuuuve your blog. So many ideas and excellent descriptions!!
Thanks so much.


Great idea. Thanks.


Brilliant! What a great little project. (Minor point of pedantry: No matter which end I count from, the centre/pale lilac stripe comes out tenth.)

Crafty Cath

Really good idea to brighten up my wardrobe. I still have some yarn left after making a blanket (cosy stripe) so will use that :) Thanks Lucy - have a great weekend. Time to put the flip flops away surely?

Judith Dee

What a lovely project, just what I need to get me back into crochet. Love your felted basket too.


I knew you'd still be in your flip flops! The hanger is perfection, and no, one is certainly not enough, you need a set of them I think. The flowers are the perfect finishing touch, nicely done. I love the crochet basket, I am rather obsessive about baskets, I shall look forward to seeing the larger one. CJ xx


Perfect idea!

Creative Mummy Bear

I love this! I made some crochet coat hangers from the pattern in the Yarndale programme and they are wonderful for hanging woollens on (no pointy shoulders!) and for dresses and tops with wider necks, as the garments don’t slip off as easily. I decorated some with flowers and some with tiny Pom Poms! A quick and fun project xxx

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