Rivers Plant Pocket Hanger
Updated: May 17, 2021
This planter was actually inspired because I purchased a crap ton of Watercolor by Lionbrand for a set of overalls.
As it turns out, I’m horribly allergic to the blend. Like forbidden fruit, my knitting machine called to
me. Could I get this to run through my machine? The answer? YES! Absolutely!
Every machine is different so please go slow when first using this yarn. Damaged machines are a no go and this yarn is technically a "bulky weight" yarn.
If the yarn doesn’t work for you, this pattern does work with worsted weight yarn. The end plant hanger will just be lighter weight.
Hope you enjoy 🥰
Yarn - I used Watercolor by Lionbrand
1 - 2.8in wood ring (Mine didn’t make it to the photos oops)
46 or 48 needle knitting machine
Cast on 5-10 rows of waste yarn
Knit 35 rounds
Cast off with 5-10 rows of waste yarn
Stretch tube and crochet ends shut
Remove waste yarn
Lift the bottom right corner
Fold the top right corner down
Lift the bottom left corner
This will create the pocket
Rotate clockwise until the pocket point is up
Crochet pocket closed starting from the right bottom corner, to the middle, then to the left corner
To add the wood ring fold the top tip through the center of the ring until the fabric touches the back panel of the pocket
Sew ring to fabric
AND YOU ARE DONE!
Amelia Headrick | 2020 | firstname.lastname@example.org | @Blossomandwilds
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