Oui Pot Crochet Hangers

Often you will find me sitting in the center of the living room organizing my yarn basket. While most crochet addicts have a whole closet of yarn, I just have a little square storage cube type basket. It works perfect to hold the yarns I need and fits perfectly beside me chair.

I do not stock up on yarn. I buy as I go. It gives me an excuse to visit Hobby Lobby. Most of you can relate. However, I do wind up with a lot of smalls balls of yarn that are not big enough to make a full project. I will normally roll into what I call my scrap ball and will eventually use it to make a crazy multi colored scrap blanket.

I keep my acrylic yarn and cotton yarn separated. Cotton is my favorite fiber to crochet with. I like to keep scraps of cotton yarn to make small things like baby teethers, face wipes or coasters but I found something new to make with my scrap pieces.

Oui Pot Crochet Hangers



I am obsessed in these cute little crochet hangers. I'm thinking of adding some to my Etsy shop. They are just so darn cute. Can you imagine some cute little succulents in them? Oh my!


I have several Oui yogurt glass jars. Oui is a French yogurt by Yoplait and is delicious. You can find them at most grocery stores in the yogurt section and are usually only a dollar each and have several flavors to choose from. I always keep a few of these empty glass pots in the cabinet because they make great candle holders, and plant starters. You can actually purchase special lids from the Oui website if you want to use them to store things. They also have some other crafty ideas you can use these little pots for.


These crochet hangers are quick and easy. The original pattern can be found HERE.

16 comments

  1. Have a told you lately how brilliant you are! I literally just got a macramé plant hanger in a causebox yesterday but these little numbers are the cutest things! Well done beautiful

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  2. You are making the cutest plant hangers. It's a great way to use up left over yarn. I never know what to do with them. I will have to look at that pattern. Thanks for this great idea. :)

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  3. Ok. I had to laugh because I was like...what is a oui pot?? Just add it to the list of things I don't know about. haha. Then I read on further and that is the cutest idea. What a way to reuse those yogurt jars! So clever!

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  4. Just wanted to say hello - got a new computer and now I can post!

    I wish I knew how to do all that crafting - I am afraid it will become a lost art.

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  5. I am always amazed at the things you can come up with using YARN! I sat here looking at that and saying to myself, haw can one keep that straight? That said as I look at the small rope like sections, I cannot see how one tells how tgo make each 'hole' in the ropes the same then bring them back together. Well since I ain't gonna try, I will just be amazed.
    Love sent from over here... Beautiful day here
    Sherry & jack

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  6. The pot hanger is really nice.
    Those little bits of yarn left over from my projects are prefect for making weave-it squares.

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  7. Have you ever tried Turkish yoghurt? :)

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  8. Hey Lisa, thanks the sweet comment on the recent blog makeovers I did. I love Oui yogurt. The Oui pot hangers are so adorable. Happy weekend.

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  9. how clever and cute these are.

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  10. The crochet hangers look good.

    All the best Jan

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  11. Those are as cute as cute can be. I bet they would sell in your Etsy shop. I have not tried that brand of yogurt but I like the idea of the glass jars. I am obsessed with glass jars...lol....there are some great baby food ones, too. xo Diana

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  12. This crocheted hanger is lovely. It kind of looks Bohemian, which I love. : )

    ~Sheri

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  13. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Fiesta Friday! These are darling and a great reuse of the jar!

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  14. Very pretty, I love a good upcycle.

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