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Plush Hanger Cover
Pattern Number: chs-hanger
Rating: *****
4.4 (based on 5 reviews)
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Reviewed by Hannah on 2012-04-25 *****
So cute. I made one while listening to an episode of my favorite radio show. Great idea.

Plush Hanger Cover Reviewed by Bonnie Johnson on 2009-09-30 *****
I've made hundreds of these hangers, I make them with left over yarn of all kinds, about 4 different kinds of yarns together, eyelash, plush, anything that makes neat looking hangers. Very easy, I make a bow of yarn to tie to the bottom of the hook, it covers up any mess you've made getting started!!
I've also started hanging a small net bag with a small piece of good smelling soap around the bow. Makes your closet smell nice. My friends fight over who gets my hangers!!

Plush Hanger Cover Reviewed by Jasmin herrera on 2009-08-13 *****
I would say this is actually pretty easy but I think the way they wrote the pattern confused most of you from my understanding I supose you crochet over ontop of the hanger

Plush Hanger Cover on 2008-04-03 ****
Good pattern. Takes a little practice to get the tension for the stitches right. After crocheting my first hanger, the only change I decided to make was in the curved "hook" part. I found that crocheting around it made it too thick (I used a plastic hanger) so I just wrapped the yarn around it, securing the end with a drop of glue. Turned out very nice.

Plush Hanger Cover Reviewed by Franny Syufy on 2008-02-07 ***
The instructions looked easy enough at first, and the photo shows exactly the "look" I want for hangers for myself and as gifts.

However, crocheting "around" the hanger isn't all that easy. I tried right to left, left to right, and grabbing the yarn from either direction with the hook, and it just looked like an amateur mess after 6 stitches.

I learned to crochet intricate doilies from my grandmother when I was 10 years old (I'm 70 now.)
I've crocheted mens' socks, chemo caps, afghans galore, and a sweater or three, but this "simple" pattern is beyond me.

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