1-) Cut about 50, 3.5 yards pieces of yarn.
2-) Tie a knot in the middle. It’s going to be the centerpiece of the hanger.
3-) Divide your yarn into four equal sections.
4-) Then divide each part into two sections and twist it together. You can also separate your sections to three and braid the pieces together.
5-) Hang your piece somewhere high. Tie a knot around 4 inches below the top.
6-) As a last step tie a knot at the bottom. Slip on your wooden plate.
Dedri from the blog Look At What I Made says the following about this really interesting pattern / tutorial:
The Popcorn Stitch is one of my favourite stitches, but I really dislike having to remove my hook from my work every time I make a Popcorn Stitch. A little while ago, I came up with a lazy way of doing it. While I was playing with the Lazy Popcorn, I came up with another, even lazier, method: The Really Lazy Popcorn Stitch.
If you see a free pattern you like, please download it immediately. I’ve been cleaning up my archives and I can’t tell you how many DIY Blogs are gone, and how many free patterns have become pay patterns.
Stitchtober Day 21/31. — the Edelwood tree grows from the souls of lost children, don’t let The Beast get you! 🍂🍂🍂 (from a perfectly seasonal & beautiful show, Over The Garden Wall)
Every day for the month of October I will be sewing a small embroidery, themed around Halloween. An embroidery alternative to Inktober by @mrjakeparker