Rocky Mountain Range Wall Hanging

The stunning majesty of the Rocky Mountain Range can now hang on your walls!

Interlocking & Mosaic

Choose the interlocking crochet technique or the overlay mosaic crochet technique. Both options come with the fully written patterns and charts. The mosaic charts have X’s.


This wall hanging will be about 36” x 15” / 91cm x 48cm if you meet gauge. This does not include the cut ends if you use the overlay mosaic crochet technique.

Rocky Mountain Range Wall Hanging

Original Blog Entry

I have lived on the prairies my whole life. We took a trip to Banff, AB in high school and it was such a beautiful sight!

Driving through the mountains makes me feel really claustrophobic. I like being able to see for miles in all directions. It feels better.

I prefer to look at the beauty of the mountains from a distance.

And now I can look at them on my wall every day!

Rocky Moutains

The Rocky Mountains are the largest mountain system in North America. You can access them from Canada or the USA.

There is no single iconic peak for this system because it is so large, but usually my favorite photos include a blue-green lake or river at the bottom of the mountain with lush greenery and white snow on the rocky mountains.

Fingering Weight Yarn

I designed this piece as a wall hanging. I suggest a fingering weight yarn because it keeps the piece from being too large or heavy for the wall. I have seen people hang up full-size blankets made from worsted weight cotton though, so this suggestion is not really required. It just depends on what you want to do with the finished piece.

One of my testers suggested it might look good as a bed runner (but you’d have to use at least a worsted weight yarn to get the size for a bed).

Rocky Mountain Range” Overlay Mosaic Crochet Wall Hanging

Wooden Dowels

When I went to the store to buy my wooden dowel they were sold out of the shorter length, so I bought a super long dowel and my husband cut it in half when we got home. I am very thankful for his handy skills! He also made it black for me.

I love the way the dowels stick out way past the project. It makes them part of the statement. In the pattern I’ve listed a dowel that would only give you an inch of extra space on each side of the crocheted rectangle, but of course you are free to use any size you’d like!

Since this is quite a wide piece make sure your dowel is thick enough to have the strength needed to hold your piece up.

I don’t think I am abnormal in dreading the finishing touches – I whined on Instagram that my pocket for the dowels was taking too long and much too difficult. But, I really love the finished look and in the end I think it was worth it.


Thank you to my testers: Cindy Daling, CynCityCrochet, Deb Albers, & Kami!

Wrong Side

Since this piece is designed to be hung on the wall, the wrong side is not overly important, but I know you like seeing it. It’s good to know what to expect!

Interlocking Wrong Side

When you use the interlocking crochet technique you will get an image on the wrong side that is almost an inverse of the right side. The straight vertical lines on the sides turn into short horizontal dashes, and you’ll notice the smooth mountain gets prickly where the white meets the black.

Sample crocheted by CynCityCrochet.

Mosaic Wrong Side

When you use the overlay mosaic technique you will have stripes on the back. You also get a sort of hazy view of what the front will look like. I have not locked in my stitches (but you can see my tutorial on that here) and I haven’t done anything other than the basic mosaic crochet stitches (single crochets in the back loop only, and double crochets in the front loop only dropped two rows below).

Photo shows my attempt at blocking without pinning it to a board.

Get the Pattern

I like having a sale on my newest publications for the first few days after release. This time I’ve also added a code that can be applied to everything in my stores!

On Ravelry and Etsy, you will get an automatic 30% discount on this pattern until July 15, 2022.

If you spend a minimum of $40 CAD and use code “MNT40” you can take 40% off your entire cart! Offer ends 11:59 pm CST July 15, 2022.

Important Details

Rocky Mountain Range Wall Hanging comes with the fully written pattern and charts for two colorwork techniques: interlocking crochet and overlay mosaic crochet.

Click here to go to my tutorials for these crochet techniques.

Interlocking crochet / LFM crochet file includes:

  • line-by-line written pattern (view key)
  • multi-page chart (view instructions)
  • single-page chart

Interlocking Crochet Details

  • Chart is 201 x 97
  • Gauge: 13 (dc, ch) x 26 rows = 4”
  • 31″ x 15″ / 79cm x 38cm
  • 3.5 mm hook (E/4)
  • Wooden Dowel: 1/2″ diameter, 33″ length
  • Fingering weight yarn (1500+ yards total)
    • Main color (MC) (mountains) – 750 yards
    • Accent color (AC) – 750 yards
    • Optional single crochet border – 100 yards
    • Optional fringe

Overlay Mosaic Crochet file includes:

  • line-by-line written pattern (view key)
  • instructions for optional envelope border (view)
  • instructions on reading a chart (view)
  • a single-page chart marked with X’s
  • a multi-page chart marked with X’s

Bottom-Up Mosaic Crochet Details

  • Chart is 179 x 93
  • Gauge: 25 sc blo stitches x 22 rows = 4”
  • 36″ x 15″ / 91cm x 48cm
  • 3.5 mm hook (E/4)
  • Wooden Dowel: 1/2″ diameter, 38″ length
  • Fingering weight yarn (1725 – 2225 yards)
    • Main color (mountain) – 850 yards
    • Contrasting color – 875 yards
    • Optional envelope border – 500 yards

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