Crochet Covered Coat Hanger Pattern

Categories: Coat Hanger Crafts and Patterns.

These crochet covers help protect your clothes and stop them from slipping off onto the floor.  The pattern is made in 2 pieces and then joined together or the hanger.  This Pattern updated – August 28, 2015

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Thanks to a visitors I now know this pattern was published in Hooked on Crochet March/April 1988 and designed by Carolyn Paske,  and in Annie’s Crochet Newsletter, Nov-Dec, 1989 and designed by  Patricia Hilbern.  The one I’m sharing is slightly different and was given to me by a lady at a craft show.

crochet covered coat hanger pattern from craftygardener.ca

Materials:

-4 ply worsted weight yarn
-3.5 or 3.75 mm. crochet hook
-standard plastic hanger
-tapestry needle
-scissors
This pattern was shared with my by a crafter at a craft show, original source unknown.

Please do not post this pattern on any other site.  Share the link so others may visit. http://www.craftygardener.ca/crochet-covered-coathangers/

Materials:

-4 ply worsted weight yarn

-3.5 or 3.75 mm. crochet hook

-standard plastic hanger

-tapestry needle

-scissors

 Please do not post this pattern on any other site.  Share the link so others may visit. http://www.craftygardener.ca/crochet-covered-coathangers/

Abbreviations:

space = sp     chain = ch     slip stitch = sl st     double crochet = dc     shell = sh

shell stitch = work 2 dcs, ch 1, 2 dc in space

Directions:

Chain (ch) 5, slip stitch (sl st) in first chain (ch) to form a ring.

Round 1 – Chain 3, (counts as first double crochet (dc) here and throughout) double crochet (dc) in ring, ch 1, (work 2 dc in ring, ch 1,) 3 times, join with slip stitch in top of beginning ch 3. You now have 8 dc and 4 ch spaces

Round 2:

first shell – sl st to ch space, ch 3, work 1 dc, ch 1, 2 dcs in same ch-sp ch 1,

second shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch 1,

third shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch 1,

fourth shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch1, join to 1st shell

-you now have 4 shells and will continue to have 4 shells till the end of the pattern

Round 3:

first shell – sl st to ch space, ch 3, work 1 dc, ch 1, 2 dcs in same ch-sp ch 2,

second shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch1,

third shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch 2,

fourth shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch1, join to 1st shell

Round 4:

first shell – sl st to ch space, ch 3, work 1 dc, ch 1, 2 dcs in same ch-sp ch 3,

second shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch1,

third shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch 3,

fourth shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch1, join to 1st shell

Round 5:

first shell – sl st to ch space, ch 3,  work 1 dc, ch 1, 2 dcs in same ch-sp ch 4,

second shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch1,

third shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch 4,

fourth shell – work sh in next ch-sp ch1, join to 1st shell

Round 6 to 14 –keep repeating round 5 adding one more stitch (number in bold) between the first and second shell and the third and fourth shell to a total of 12 in the chain

Check to see if this half of the cover fits your hanger.  Now is the time to make any adjustments for your specific hanger size and perhaps add some more rounds.

Fasten off and weave loose ends. Repeat for second half, slip each half on opposite ends of hangers and stitch together at center of each matching shell.

This pattern can be made into a removable cover by adding ties to join it together while on the hanger instead of stitching it together.

crochet covered coat hangers from http://www.craftygardener.ca

 

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