Crocheted Baskets. Recycled CD Rolled-Edge Basket. Copyright Donna Hulka 4/8/2004 Click the thumbnails for larger images.
You may crochet these baskets for personal use, charity, or profit. You may NOT sell the pattern itself under any circumstances, neither individually nor in any compilation of patterns. Materials Yarn: Approximately 2 oz each of Red Heart Baby Teri, Color 9121 Yellow and Red Heart Super Saver, Color 313 Aran. Spiral Circles (make two) Do not sl st to join unless indicated. Ch 3, sl st to form a ring. 23 free &easy crochet baskets patterns. Probably everyone has at home a bunch of little things for different purposes that do not have their own specific place.
Well, let’s face it, it really can make a mess. For such things, and the bigger and smaller, I use baskets. Crocheted baskets are not just a way to bring some things in order, but they are also a nice detail. If you are wondering how to make crocheted baskets, in the following text you can find amazing and completely free patterns. Rectangular Crochet Basket Pattern ... Two Nesting Sizes! These rectangular nesting baskets are super durable and great for organization and storage … and they’re also perfect for little hands to tote around their treasures!
You can find the patterns for each size crochet basket below … Here’s what you will need: 2 colors T-shirt yarn (I used 1 skein each of Fab-U-Loop <- affiliate link)US N/P-15 10 mm hookscissors Click here to reference Crochet Abbreviations. Add this pattern to your Ravelry library. Finished basket measures approximately 11 in. long × 8 in. wide × 4¾ in. tall. Bottom With CA, ch 11. Row 1: Work 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, turn — 10 sts. Row 2: Ch 1 (does not count as st here and througout), work 1 sc in each st across, turn — 10 sts. Rows 3 through 19: Repeat Row 2, do not fasten off. Upper Round 1: Continuing with CA, ch 1, work 1 sc in each st across, work 1 sc on the edge of each row along the side, work 1 sc in each st across, work 1 sc on the edge of each row along remaining side, join and fasten off CA — 58 sts.
[Free Pattern] Keep Your Stuff Organized With Style With This Easy Crochet Basket With Leather Handles! - Knit And Crochet Daily. I love this basket in beautiful eye-catching color and finished with leather handles.
That’s truly remarkable. Bricks Basket by Julie King is an easy project made in RED HEART Cordial.”This yarn is actually like a cord, so it is perfect for projects like this crochet basket that need to be sturdy.” This basket measures 11” (28 cm) in diameter x 5½” (14 cm) tall.RED HEART® Cordial™: 3 balls 9949 Cheerful Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 5.0mm [US H-8] Yarn needle, scissors, leather scrap: 2” x 6” (5 x 15 cm), four ¾” studs or rivets GAUGE: 14 dc = 4” (10 cm); 6 rows = 4”(10 cm). Granny-basket. We´re exploring new ways to use the Pickles Fat & Happy yarn.
This fun basket is made with the granny-square technique. Works well for storing toys, yarn or winter accessories. We´re tempted to make one in each colours;) It´ll probably also be nice in multiple colours. Yarn500 g Pickles Fat & Happy Crochet hook N/15 Diameterabout 11"Heightabout 12.2" Please note: This pattern uses American terminology. Round 1: 4 chain stitches. WEB-Bernat-Blanket-C-GiftBasket-En. Easy Basket. Loving...crochet baskets - Thingsdeeloves. I spotted these amazing neon crochet baskets a few weeks ago, and I new I just had to make my own.
I decided to make a smaller and simpler version, using normal string and some colourful wool. I battled to find a simple crochet basket pattern to suit my limited stitch vocabulary, but I eventually managed to put together a pattern based on a few others. I think they turned out quite nicely. What you’ll need: string/twine (from any craft shop or hardware store)crochet hook (I used a 5mm)wool in contrasting colour (I used double knit, you just need to make sure that your wool and string have more or less the same thickness)scissorsbasic crochet skills (chain, slip stitch, single crochet, double crochet) Crocheted Cat Bed. Easy to crochet cat bed Crocheted Cat Bed – Our new little kitten Milo is now 12 weeks old and growing bigger with every day that passes.
He’s slowly started exploring the house but generally spends most of his time where his people are. Milo loves to hang out with me in my office and now he’s taken up a semi-permanent residency on my desk beside my monitor and keyboard. He loves to rest his head on my arm while I type away. Since he always sleeps in the same place on my hard, wooden desk I thought he might be more comfortable in a little bed of his own so I crocheted one for him. Materials: 1.5 Balls of Yarn – Bulky – I used Loops & Threads Charisma Secondary Colour of Yarn – same weight Crochet Hook – US J/6.00mm Stitch marker or scrap of contrasting colour yarn Embroidery needle Scissors Directions: Ch = chain, sl st = slip stitch, sc = single crochet (U.S.)
Ch 2 and then 6 sc in second ch from hook. T-Shirt Yarn Crocheted Bowl. August 4th, 2009 in gallery Email 3 users recommend This is a sweet, small bowl made from an old, pale purple, tie dyed t-shirt.
The tshirt yarn was created by me from a continuous stand of tshirt then crafted and crocheted into this bowl. A perfect little catch-all for those odd items or a wonderful place to hold those precious ones. Stash Basket. Rectangular Diamond Trellis Basket. Rectangular Diamond Trellis Basket – Free customisable crochet pattern with video stitch tutorial!
More stash busting yarn storage! I know one of the reasons my customisable rope basket has been popular is because of it’s rectangular shape. So I thought I’d expand on my patterns using the diamond trellis stitch and make a rectangular version of this round one! This rectangular version is also customisable – just do an even number of rounds for the base and then move on to the sides. So you can make whatever size you like!
Mine is 34cm by 24cm by 18cm high. Crochet Bowl Tutorial. Hello Lovelies, here is my photo tutorial for crocheting a bowl like the ones above.
First lets talk yarn. For this project you will preferably need some cotton yarn or similar. Stretchy or woolly yarn will not have the strength to allow the bowl to maintain its shape. This is my random selection of cottons and cotton blend yarns. I think there is some bamboo in there also. The next thing to consider is hook size. This bowl is made in a continuous spiral so even though I'm writing about rounds there is no start and finish point to each round and it is important to have a stitch marker ( I use a safety pin ) to remember where each round begins and ends.