Looking for a fabulous end of the year teacher gift you can crochet? Make this easy and quick crochet plant holder with the free crochet pattern below!
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I can’t wait for you to make this simple crochet gift!
Happy Plant Holder Crocheting!
It makes a perfect gift for teachers!
This crochet plant holder is the perfect end of year teacher gift! Something handmade always seems to add an extra personal touch to most any gift, plus my kids love giving their teachers something that they had a part in picking out!
Keep on scrolling down to find the full free pattern and a link to the fun printable shown below!
How to make a crochet plant holder!
For my plant holders, I decided to use a succulent, but any plant would work great! I figured that the succulent might last a little longer than a traditional flower.
After I crocheted up the holders, I used a printable tag from my friends over at Pineapple Paper Company to complete my project! I attached each one to a toothpick with some washi tape and then stuck them in the pot!
Next, I had each of my children sign their tag and give them to their teachers! Sounds super easy, right?
Ready to get started?
Since this is such a quick project, I know you will want to make one or more as soon as possible!
Just scroll on down to find the crochet plant holder pattern to get started! If not, then you can add to Ravelry here.
CROCHET PLANT HOLDER
- Advanced Beginner
- Bernat Home Dec Yarn or 20 yards of bulky 5 T-shirt yarn
- H Crochet Hook Size 5mm – I prefer to use Boye Hooks
- Large Yarn Needle
- Stitch Marker
- CH = Chain
- SC = Single Crochet
- HDC = Half Double Crochet
- SPHDC = Special Half Double Crochet (Work a half double crochet as normal, but before pulling through all three loops on hook to finish, work another half double crochet in the same stitch then complete the stitch)
- SL ST = Slip Stitch
- The pattern is worked in a continual round while using a stitch marker.
- You will need to move the stitch marker to the designated stitch as the pattern progresses.
- The finished size is approximately a 3-inch base and 2.5-inch height
- I used a 3.5 inch round planter
“Click Here” to find the printable tag over at Paper Pineapple Company.
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THE Crochet Plant Holder PATTERN
Crochet pattern was written by Krista Cagle for Rescued Paw Designs
Printable Tag by Pineapple Paper Company
Round 1: CH 2, do 10 SC’s into the 2nd CH from the hook – Place a stitch marker in the last SC. (10)
Round 2: 2 SC’s into every ST around – Place a stitch marker in the last SC. (20)
Round 3: * In next ST do an SC, 2 SC’s in next ST, repeat from * around, ending with 2 SC’s – Place a stitch marker in last sc. (30)
Round 4: SC in every ST around – Place a stitch marker in the last SC. (30)
Round 5- 6: Repeat Round 4
Round 7: *In next ST make a SC, In next ST make an SPHDC, repeat from * around, ending with an SC – Place a stitch marker in last SC. (30)
Round 8-12: Repeat Round 4 (30)
Round 13: Repeat Round 4 at the end of the round skip 1 stitch and end with a Sl ST in the next ST.
Weave in loose ends throughout the blanket and place a miniature potted plant inside your crochet plant holder. 🙂
You are done! Now you are ready to give your newly created project as a gift!
Thank you for stopping by to check out this crochet plant holder pattern, and if you have any questions, please feel free to ask any time!
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