They were easy to make, I made a chain the length of the hanger (approx 65ch) and using Single crochet, crocheted enough rows (approx 8) so the piece was long enough to wrap around the wooded hanger. I then inserted the wire hanger through the middle of the crocheted piece and sewed up the sides and bottom. I have a glut of crocheted pink flowers in my work bag at the moment, so I sewed one of them on too for decoration.
I would love a wardrobe full of these, but vintage wooden hangers are hard to come by - I wonder if it would work covering a cheap plastic one?
oh, and just in case you were wondering..
Small Flower Pattern
1. Chain 6 and join with slip stitch to make loop
2. 10 SC into centre of loop
3. Crochet the following stitches into the first SC to make a Petal (1SC, 1HDC, 1DC, 1HDC, 1SC)
4. Slip Stitch into 2nd SC
5. Repeat step 3& 4 into 3rd and 4th SC to make 2nd petal and continue this around until you have 5 petals
6. fasten off