This easy crochet basket pattern was designed with the crocheter in mind. Specifically the classy one 😉
We all need a place to store all of those balls don’t we? HA!
This pattern is part of the #MyCrochetShit series and can be purchased below individually or as part of the whole set 🙂
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Reign in some of the mess and have a little fun while doing it!
All of those little bits and bobs are always floating all around the place.
Needles and hooks and stitch markers have basically turned your couch into a giant rattle of sorts…you know…if you could pick your couch up and shake it anyway…
Reduce the chaos (or at least tell yourself you’re going to) AND have a laugh every time you see this *ahem* beautiful set of baskets sitting in your crochet space 🙂
The small, 4″ basket is perfect for holding hooks and such.
The medium, 6″ basket works well as a cake holder, or to hold bigger things, like eyeglasses and your crochet gauge ruler.
The large, 10″ basket is perfect for holding tiny scrap balls of yarn or maybe a small WIP.
aka The Boring Shit.
Terms / Skill Level
US / Intermediate
- Yarn Needle
- Optional Plastic Canvas (for reinforcing the basket wall as shown in the video tutorial below)
Using 6.0mm hook and any double strand Caron one pound yarn, 12sc x 10 rows = 4″x4″
Small – 4″ diameter
Medium – 6″ diameter
Large – 10″ diameter
beg – beginning
blo – back loop only
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
flo – front loop only
hdc – half-double crochet
ldc – linked double crochet
rep – repeat
RS – right side
sc – single crochet
sl st(s) – slip stitch(es)
sp(s) – space(s)
st(s) – stitch(es)
WS – wrong side
All baskets worked holding 2 strands.
Graph section worked in back loop only
Bottom round of each basket is worked as normal.
All are in the round, no starting ch or joining to starting ch.
For a tip to improve stability of crochet baskets check out this video- https://www.classyladyyarnworks.com/tips-tricks/crochet-basket-tutorial/
NEED HELP WITH COLORWORK?
Find my tutorials on tapestry crochet and graphs at the end of this post!
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How to improve your crochet baskets
Check out this video and learn how to stop the flop and improve your crochet baskets with just some plastic canvas 🙂
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Need some help in the crochet colorwork arena?
Check out the videos in my YouTube playlist of tutorials for Crochet Colorwork and Graphs
How to Read a Crochet Graph>
Change Colors Fair Isle Method>
You’ll see this called Intarsia in the video, but I have since learned that, after all this time of doing this thing, this method is actually called Fair Isle.
Intarsia is specifically where you would use a separate bobbin for each and every section where the color changes (using the video’s example, the H, I, ! and Background would all have a separate bobbin in Intarsia. Where Fair Isle, the colors are carried across the wrong side of the work.
Change Colors Tapestry Method>
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