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Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit
Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit

Clever Poppy Rainbow Wall Hanging Kit

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Julie from Clever Poppy has put together a step by step tutorial to make her rainbow wall hanging using latch hook mat, wool roving and yarn. You can find the Clever Poppy Tutorial here.

I have put together a kit that includes everything you need to make one of these wall hangings (except the dowel which you can purchase yourself - or simply use two 3M wire hooks - one at each end along the top).

This kit includes;

  • A piece of matting (55cm x 40cm)
  • 150g of warm white wool roving
  • 40g of coloured wool roving (x 5)
  • 25g of matching acrylic yarn (x 5)
  • 1 x 4mm plastic crochet hook

There are lots of options to choose from with the rainbow colours, all of these include a matching acrylic yarn (as close as I could get), but I was unable to find matching acrylic yarn for some of the most popular colours (like light pink, mint and mustard).

So, if you would like to buy the matting, the hook and the white roving and choose your own wool roving and then source your own acrylic yarn for the tassles, you can find the matt, white roving and hook here, and the wool roving options can be found here.

Instead of weaving the roving through the matting, I use a crochet hook (included), put it through the mat from the back to the front and pull a small section of the roving back through the hole. I've added some pictures to show what I mean - you can see my tips here.

Click here to see all of the wool roving options you can choose to buy 2 x 20g balls (to get the 40g in Julie's tutorial) or 1 x 50g ball. Alternatively there are wool combo's that include 3 x 40g pieces of a colour in different shades.

If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Please note: I have tried as hard as I can to get the colours in the photos to match the colours in real life - there will be some variation.