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Crochet Basket Tutorial to Improve Baskets

That basket you just finished crocheting is super cute but it’s just so….floppy! Check out this crochet basket tutorial and use this tip to improve the stability of your crochet baskets!

All it takes is a bit of plastic canvas and a tapestry needle.

Look for the video tutorial below!'s just so...floppy!


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Crochet Basket Tutorial to Improve Stability

Hey friend! Just coming to you today with a tip for how to take your baskets use some canvas like a plastic canvas and a pair of scissors and a plain old tapestry needle and vastly improve the quality and usability of your crochet baskets! We’re going to take a piece of plastic canvas and we’re going to cut it to be just a tad shorter than the basket that we want it to fit into and then we’re going to curl it up and slip it right inside the basket. Then we’ll take a tapestry needle and some yarn and sew the canvas to the basket. That’s going to give us a nice stiff wall around the basket to help it keep it’s shape and actually be able to hold things like hooks and pencils and such!

In the video I show you 2 different ways to go about sewing the canvas to the basket so you can choose what you like best. I’d love it if you would take a minute to leave a comment on the video and let me know which method is your favorite!

In just about 6 minutes, you will be on your way to significantly improving your crochet life! Just grab a hook and some yarn and watch the video tutorial below!

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Free Crochet Pattern – Plant Purgatory Wall Hanging

Let’s face it, just because you love plants, doesn’t automatically mean you have the greenest thumb on the planet…If you or someone you know keeps buying plants just to watch them slowly die on a shelf (like me…) then this wall hanging is the perfect in-good-humor free crochet pattern to stitch up 😀

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