Crochet Boho Wall Decor – Free Pattern

Crochet Boho Wall Decor

Boho Wall Decor

Inspiration and Intention of this Crochet Boho Wall Decor :

This Crochet Boho Wall Decor pattern was inspired by the Lion Brand Mandala Yarns – Gnome. 

Yellow is the focal point of this piece. It’s the color of happiness, and optimism, of enlightenment and creativity, sunshine and spring.

I have also highlighted the piece with hues of green. Green is associated with vitality, freshness and balance. Therefore, I have used this in my space to foster creativity and progress. The color is calming and de-stressing.



So the intention of this piece in my workspace space is to spark creativity and create a calm and soothing work environment.

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Materials Needed:

Lion Brand Mandala Yarn – Gnome (1 Skein)
– Crochet Hook – (I) 5.5mm
– Wooden Dowel
– Tapestry Needle

Gauge : 

Round 1 of pattern measures 4cm x 4cm

Stitches Used:

ch – chain
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
sl st – slip stitch
Magic Circle – if you are not familiar with magic circle, you can follow this instead : Chain 4 and join with sl st to the first st.


I have created this piece using a simple granny square, while changing colors and expanding the square. It has been worked in 7 parts.

Refer to the sketch for different parts of the pattern.

I deconstructed the yarn, since I wanted the color change to be distinct.


Crochet Boho Wall Decor Sketch
Lion Brand Mandala Yarn
Lion Brand Mandala Yarn - Deconstructed

Part 1:

Round 1: In a magic circle, ch3, 2dc, ch2, *(3dc, Ch2) – * 3 times. Join with a sl st to the top of first dc.

Round 2: Ch3, turn. {2 dc, Ch2, 3dc}- in Ch2 sp. *(Ch1, 3dc, Ch2, 3dc in Ch2 sp. ) – Repeat from * 2 more times. Ch1 ,Join with sl st to top of first dc.

Round 3 : Ch3, turn. 2 dc – in Ch1 sp. *[ (Ch1, 3dc, Ch2, 3dc in Ch2 sp.) , (Ch1, 3dc- in ch1 sp) ] – Repeat * 2 more times, Ch1, 3dc, Ch2, 3dc in Ch2 sp., ch1. Join with sl st to top of first dc.

Round 4 : Ch3, turn. 2 dc – in Ch1 sp. *[ (Ch1, 3dc, Ch2, 3dc in Ch2 sp.) , (Ch1, 3dc- in all ch1 spaces) ] – Repeat * 2 more times, Ch1, 3dc, Ch2, 3dc in Ch2 sp., ch1. Join with sl st to top of first dc.

Round 5 and 6 : Change color to Light Orange and repeat Row 4 and bind off and cut yarn . 

Basic Granny Square
This is what it should look like after round 4.
Part 2: We are now working only on the bottom half of the piece.

Round 7: Attach Dark orange to the Ch2 sp on one of the corners of the granny square. Ch3, 3dc in next ch1 sp, {Ch1,3dc}- in all ch1 spaces , Ch1, {3dc, Ch2,3dc} in Ch2 sp. {Ch1,3dc}- in all ch1 spaces till the opposite corner of the square and dc into the Ch2 sp. Turn piece.


Round 8: Change color to Dark pink and repeat Row 7, same as dark orange.

Round 9: Change color to magenta and repeat Row 7.

Round 10: Change color to Purple and repeat Row 7.

Round 11: Change color to Brownish Purple and repeat Row 7.

Round 12: Change color to Grass green and repeat Row 7.

Round 13: Change color to Apple green and repeat Row 7.

Round 14 and 15: Change color to Parrot green and repeat Row 7.

Round 16 and 17: Change color to turquoise and repeat Row 7.

This is what Round 7 and 8 would look like.
Part 3: We will now start working on the top half of the piece.

Repeat Rounds 7 to 14 on the top half of the piece.

Part 4: We will now work on the top right quadrant of the piece.

Round 15: Using color parrot green, ch3, turn. {Ch1,3dc}- in all ch1 spaces ), dc in Ch2 space.

Round 16: Change color to turquoise , ch3 , turn. {Ch1,3dc}- in all ch1 spaces ), dc on top of the last ch3 st. Turn.

Round 17: Ch3, {Ch1,3dc}- in all ch1 spaces, dc on top of last ch3 st. Turn.

Round 18: Ch 3, {Ch1,3dc}- in all ch1 spaces ), dc on top of last ch3 st. Turn.

Round 19: Ch3, dc on top of last ch3 st. Bind off.

Part 5: We will now work on the top left quadrant of the piece.

Repeat from Round 15 to Round 19 

Weave in the all ends.

Part 6: Attach dowel.

Attach to a stick or a wooden dowel using sc around the stick.
Tie a piece of a string to both corners of the stick, to make a loop for hanging.

Part 7: Fringe.

Add fringes to the bottom of the piece and hang it up. 
I cut out 50 pieces of yarn 12″ long and tied each one with a single knot to each stitch of the last row.
Trim the fringe to make it even by using a ruler as a guide.

Feel free to create this in any color that you choose and share it with me.
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