I lived in a small apartment, and I really needed a bathroom organizer, something with pockets since there is are 3 or us. At that time I was pregnant, so now there are 4, and this thing really comes in handy. Since I learned to crochet, I have always wanted to make something for the house. I though I could really use a crochet wall organizer pattern. Though I couldn’t find a pattern that was my level of difficulty. I found a picture on google one day of a crochet wall organizer. So, of course I had to make one. I couldn’t find a pattern. So, I wrote one based on the image. I made a few modifications to it.
This pattern is so easy, I would go as far as to say it’s a beginner level pattern. It works up in a few short hours.
Note: I have been informed that the original photo was a pattern from Crochet World magazine, however I myself haven’t been able to find where to purchase that pattern. This one however is slightly different.
Size H, I, or J Hook
Worsted Weight Yarn
The sturdier the yarn the better. Yarns that don’t have a lot of give will hold more firm. If you use a smaller hook and make more stitches per row, and do it in tightly it will also hold a lot more firm. Mine was done with Red Heart Super Saver with J hook. As you can see it has a lot of stretch to it, which was not desired. A sturdy cotton yarn is what I would recommend for this project.
Row 41: SC in each across. (38)Back Piece
Row 1: FSC 38
Row 2-40: DC in each across. (38)
Tie off and weave in ends.
Pockets (Make 3)
Row 1: DC in 2nd from hook, DC in each across (16)
R 2-22: DC in each across. (16)
Leave three rows between each pocket, and the top. Two on the bottom. Sew pockets to the back piece, and weave in the ends.
I sewed it together one inch from each side, just sewing with yarn. I could have done mine tighter, though sew it how you are comfortable. As you can see in the picture the first row has 3 pockets and the other 2 have only 2. I did this because of the objects I was putting in it. Sew it however works for you. Its a really loose pattern.