Crochet Plant Holder

Recently, my friend asked me to make wall decor using living plants. I made wall hanging from bamboo, decorated it with yarn of different colors. I put the plants in yogurt jars and made crocheted plant holders.
And now I want to share with you this idea and crochet pattern.
This pattern is for the size of planter that I’m using specifically, but you can easily adapt it for yourself. I will tell you in detail how to do this.
This crochet plant hanger has two straps that join together at the top.
But if you will make a large diameter flower pot holder, I recommend using four straps.

Materials:

  • I used acrilic yarn 50 gr / 100 m ( dark blue color),
  • crochet hook 4 mm
  • scissors

Measurement: My plant holder  is approx. 2.75 inches (7 cm) high and 2 inches (5 cm) diameter.

Abbreviations Used (In American Terms)

st = stitch

sts= stitches
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
Inc = increase

How to crochet plant holder

Make Magic Ring.
Round 1: 8 sc into Magic Ring, sl.st. to join (8)
Round 2: 8 Inc around, sl.st. to join (16)
Round 3: Ch 4, (Dc , Ch 1) x 15 times, sl.st. to join (32)
Round 4-5: 32 sc around, sl.st. to join (32)
Round 6-7: (Dc , Ch 1, skip 1 st.) x 16 times, sl.st. to join (32)
Round 8: 32 sc around, sl.st. to join (32)
Round 9-10: (Dc , Ch 1, skip 1 st.) x 16 times, sl.st. to join (32)
Round 11-12: 32 sc around, sl.st. to join (32)
Fasten off.
If you have a larger diameter of flower pot, then you need to make more rounds in the bottom. The following rounds should have 16 – 24 – 32 – 40… stitches.
In this way:  8 Inc around (16) – [1 sc, Inc] x 8 times around(24) – [2 sc, Inc] x 8 times around(32) – [3 sc, Inc] x 8 times around(40) … and more if you need.
Love, Ana (Bohemian Cat)

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19 Comments

  1. Do not understand from row 9, did you sc down the sides of row 9?how did you get 26 and how did u get to the other side? Dont understand

  2. Having no luck finding Rubi Cotton online .. Can you please tell me whether it is 3 ply or 4 ply? Thank you

  3. Hello, Jane! It’s 3 ply cotton yarn, 100 gr – 187 m.

  4. Hello, Vonz! Now I’ll try to explain it more clearly:
    Do row 8 – 20 sc, after that we do row 9 equal to row 8 (20 sc) + we go down the “stairs” of the previous rows (6 sc). Totaly 26 sc.
    Then turn around and go in the opposite direction (row 10). Rise up to the edge of row 9 (this is 26 loops) and again we go down the “stairs” ( 8 sc, 4 “stairs”). Totaly 34 sc. This is necessary to create volume.

    I also added a pattern at the end of the post. Here you can see how to crochet these rows.

  5. How did you make the nose?

  6. Hi, I love the mask! Just wondering do you have instructions on how to put the cat face on the mask?

  7. Hello, Brenda!
    I added instructions to the post.

  8. Hello, Debbie!
    I added instructions to the post.

  9. Do you have instructions on how to put the cat face on the mask? I really love the mask. Thanks

  10. Hello, Irma Lowrey! Thank you for your comment!
    I already added instructions to the post. Please check it!

  11. Thank you so much.

  12. Thank you!

  13. Thank you so much for this!! ❤️

  14. Joanne (Chowhan)Hodgins

    Nice to have a pattern with a Bohemian background. My mom(who taught me to crochet and knit) was Ukrainian (my grandmother always said she was Romanian!) Thank you very much for the pattern. I wish I had some way to print your pattern that you added for illustration. Thanx for sharing.

  15. Thank you so much! Was thinking about improvising on my own, but this is much easier!

    If anyone wants the gauge, it is about 4.85 sts per inch or about 1.91 sts per cm.

  16. Hello is it English or US crochet ?

  17. Sorry , it’s american 😉 !! Thank you for this pattern

  18. This mask is great! Have you tried it with a thinner yarn? Every time I try to do something like this with a size 2 or 3 yarn it just doesn’t come out right! Maybe I’m doing something wrong.

    Thanks for your pattern!!

  19. I love this pattern, however i didnt like the fact that the sides were two different sizes. I was able to get 9 sc down one side and 13 down the other comfortably without any wrinkles and that bugged me. So i may play with this pattern a little to ensure equality.

    Thank you for this. I like it better than most I’ve tried.

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