If you want something cute for your car, here is the free Lily of valley crochet pattern. This fun project is about making a charming car accessory that resembles the pretty Lily of the Valley flowers. With this crochet pattern, you can make a one-of-a-kind car hanging that adds a bit of beauty and character to your daily drive. So why not get creative and try this fun crochet pattern?

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Why We Love Lily of valley

  • To make a Lily of valley car hanging, you will crochet four flowers, a hanging rope, and a leaf, and then add the stamen to finish the look.
  • Lily of the Valley looks most common natural color is shades of white or cream. However, you can also use different hues of purple, pink, or pastel colors like blue for a unique twist to the flowers. Use different shades of colors of green to create a contrast between the leaves and the hanging rope.
  • With these color ideas and changes, you can make your car hang your own and make a unique accessory that shows off your style.
Crochet Car Hanging-Convallaria Majalis|hookok
Crochet Car Hanging-Convallaria Majalis|hookok

This Crochet Lily Of Valley- Car Hanging is one of our car hanging collections. We also have other patterns. Check for extra inspiration.

Usage

The crochet pattern for the lily of valley car hanging can be used in different ways, which makes it a useful and cute accessory.

  • Original Usage: It can be given as a thoughtful gift or used as a piece of decor to make the inside of any car look nicer.
  • Functional Usage: This crocheted car decoration can also be added to key chains to hang on a bag or purse.
  • Flower Bouquet: Instead of adding a rope, rather use an iron rod to make a stem and add the flowers to form a stem to add to a bouquet.

Video

Note: Video subtitles need to be turned on by yourself in the settings

Materials

  • Yarn – Fingering yarn – Two purple, yellow, and green.
  • Hook – 2.5 mm
  • Stitch marker
  • Darning needle
  • Pair of scissors
  • Hot melt adhesive

Difficulty

Advanced intermediate. (However, even as a beginner looking for a challenge, you can try this pattern using as it provides the step-by-step tutorial).

Gauge

Not applicable. Changing the hook size and yarn will change the size of the projects.

Stitches Used

  • Double crochet – dc
  • Half double crochet – hdc
  • Single crochet – sc
  • Slip stitch – ss

Special Stitches

Picot stitch – single crochet in the next stitch, chain two, slip stitch at the base of the same stitch. – Used at the tip of the leaf.

Pattern Notes

  • The pattern is in US terminology.
  • The rows are worked in a round.
  • Additional notes are indicated in italics.

Step-by-Step Patterns

Flowers (Make 4)

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  • Start with a magic ring
  • R1:ch1, 6sc in the ring, close the opening, ss
  • R2:ch1, (2sc in each st) * 6 times, ss
  • R3:ch1, (sc. 2sc in each st) *6 times, ss
  • R4 – R7:ch1, sc18, ss
  • R8:ch1, (sc, sc2tog) *6 times, ss
  • R9:ch1, {In the same st (sc,hdc,dc), in the next st (dc,hdc,sc)} * 6 times, 1 ss. 1 ch. cut and weave in ends

Leaf

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  • Start with foundation chain: Ch16
  • R1:, sc from 2nd of hook, hdc , dc3, hdc, sc, ss, sc, hdc, dc3, hdc, in the last st (sc, ch, sc), hdc, dc3, hdc, sc, ss, sc, hdc, dc3, hdc, sc
  • Cut yarn, thread your needle, insert through the 1st st, back into the last st, and weave in ends.

Hanging Rope

  • Make a long chain with any number ch st according to your needs;
  • Then make another chain of ch 15, and ss through the 20th st of the first long chain, and continue making ch 15. You will have four hanging ropes to attach flowers.

Assembly

Note: watch the video tutorial for further details.

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Assembling Rope to Leaf

  1. Working on the other side of the rope, thread your needle.
  2. Then insert the rope through the center of the leaf, pull the yarn to create a loop with the rope.
  3. Then insert it back through the next st.

Assembling Flowers

  • Working one flower at a time, pick up one rope and pull it through the center of the flower. Repeat for all flowers.

Adding Stamen and Final Assembly

  • Step 1: Using yellow yarn, wrap four times around three fingers, remove from the finger, and then wrap twice around the center of your yarn, cut the yarn, and tie a knot around the center. You have made your stamen.
  • Step 2: Pick the green yarn from the rope pulled at the flower’s center, and wrap it a few times around the stamen. Then fold the stamen into two, making the top sides meet, then wrap the green yarn underneath to join the two. Leave the top loops hanging loose and finish by tightly making knots to your yarn.
  • Step 3: Cut the top of the loops and make good to make it fluffy.
  • Step 4: Apply glue at the base of the stamen and pull into the flower until it sits perfectly inside.
  • Repeat steps 1 – 4 for the other flowers.
Crochet Convallaria Majalis Car Hanging|hookok

Crochet Lily of Valley Hanging

How to crochet Lily of valley car Hanging pattern with an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial.
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Type: Crochet Car Hanging, crochet flower
difficult level: middle
Keyword: Crochet Convallaria Majalis, Crochet Convallaria Majalis Car Hanging

Equipment

  • hook 2.5mm
  • stitch marker
  • Darning needle
  • scissors

Ingredients

  • Yarn Fingering yarn – Two purple, yellow, and green
  • Hot melt adhesive

Instructions

Flowers (Make 4)

  • Start with a magic ring
  • R1:ch1,6sc in the ring, close the opening, ss
    R2:ch1, (2sc in each st) * 6 times, ss
    R3:ch1, (sc. 2sc in each st) *6 times, ss
    R4 – R7:ch1, sc18, ss
    R8:ch1, (sc, sc2tog) *6times, ss
    R9:ch1, {In the same st (sc, hdc, dc), in the next st (dc, hdc, sc )} * 6 times, 1 ss. 1 ch. cut and weave in ends

Leaf

  • Start with foundation chain: Ch16
  • R1:, sc from 2nd of hook, hdc , dc3, hdc, sc, ss, sc, hdc, dc3, hdc, in the last st (sc, ch,sc), hdc, dc3, hdc, sc, ss, sc, hdc, dc3, hdc, sc
    Cut yarn, thread your needle, insert through the 1st st, back into the last st, and weave in ends.

Hanging Rope

  • Make a long chain with any number ch st accordingto your needs;
  • Then make another chain of ch 15, and ss through the 20th st of the first long chain, and continue making ch 15. You will have four hanging ropes to attach flowers.

Assembling Rope to Leaf

  • Working on the other side of the rope, thread your needle;
  • Then insert the rope through the center of the leaf, pull the yarn to create a loop with the rope, then insert it back through the next st.

Assembling Flowers

  • Working one flower at a time, pick up one rope and pull it through the center of the flower. Repeat for all flowers.

Adding Stamen and Final Assembly

  • Step 1: Using yellow yarn, wrap four times around three fingers, remove from the finger, and then wrap twice around the center of your yarn, cut the yarn, and tie a knot around the center. You have made your stamen.
  • Step 2: Pick the green yarn from the rope pulled at the flower's center, and wrap it a few times around the stamen. Then fold the stamen into two, making the top sides meet, then wrap the green yarn underneath to join the two. Leave the top loops hanging loose and finish by tightly making knots to your yarn.
  • Step 3: Cut the top of the loops and make good to make it fluffy.
  • Step 4: Apply glue at the base of the stamen and pull into the flower until it sits perfectly inside.
  • Repeat steps 1 – 4 for the other flowers.

Video

Notes

  • Video subtitles need to be turned on by yourself in the settings
  • The pattern is in US terminology.
  • The rows are worked in a round.
  • Additional notes are indicated in italics.

Afterthoughts and Wrap Up

The Convallaria Majalis car hanging is an adorable addition of nature to your car. Make this charming accessory as a gift or as a piece of decor. Even though the Lily of the Valley looks great in classic colors like white or cream,  try other colors like pale green for the leaves or soft shades like pink, purple, or blue.

So why not make this pattern for your next crochet flower project.

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