Crochet Décor: Take Your Houseplant for a Walk Day

Walking is great exercise, but it’s definitely not my favorite method of getting my heart pumping unless I’m walking with someone. But what if your walking buddy isn’t available? Well, now you have the perfect solution: Take Your Houseplants for a Walk Day.

According to, on this day, “proud plant-owners can show off their leafy friends to the neighbourhood when Take Your Houseplant For A Walk Day rolls around. The idea behind this day is to celebrate plants, and to acquaint plants with their immediate environment, which is supposed to be healthy for them. Plant-owners can admire each others’ plants, and exchange stories and tips on plant-care.”

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(Linda Raymond Photography)

If this sounds like the holiday for you, what better way to celebrate than by crocheting a cozy or holder for your favorite plant? It gives your plant a chance to dress up, and then you’ll be able to walk in style while carrying your favorite leafy companion! For some great options that I’m sure your plants will love, check out the below!

Home Grown Plant Cozy

Originally published in Crochetscene 2017, this cozy is made from T-shirt yarn and is great for carrying or hanging your plants in the perfect sunlit spot.

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Mini Plant Holder with Meredith Crawford

Maybe you have tiny plants that prefer to sit on a table. No worries! This workshop is available as either a DVD or a download and will show you all you need to know about creating a cute felted crochet pot.

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Crochet Terrarium and Holder

But maybe you’re like me and you have a “black thumb,” meaning you can kill just about anything that grows. We’ve got you covered! Download the free pattern for our crochet terrarium and holder and just swing it along with you as you take your walk! You’ll still be outside enjoying the lovely weather, and you know people will comment on your crochet companions.

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So, are you ready to get started on making some crafty holders for your leafy friends? I know I am! I’m just not sure which one I’ll work up first! Which one would you choose?

Happy stitching!


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