Woven Crochet Baskets Set Free Pattern


woven basket crochet pattern

Woven baskets set scroll down for a free crochet pattern.

Crochet baskets so incredibly easy add a cozy touch to any space in the house. I love making them and I love decorating my home with crochet or knitted baskets, because it’s a functional and decorative storage solution. They also make amazing crochet gift baskets.


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If you’ve seen my other patterns like Chevron crochet basket , Rectangular crochet basket

or easy crochet basket and placemats pattern I used t-shirt yarn in these patterns.

In this round baskets set pattern I decided to go with poly crochet cords. I love the woven texture of the crochet cords, poly cords are less weight then t-shirt yarn but yet they still hold the shape nicely. It’s a great solution if t-shirt yarn is too hard for you. And of course the special touch of these baskets set are the wooden lids. I absolutely love how wood accompanies textured cords. In this crochet pattern I designed baskets so that lids fit perfectly on top of them. You can find all material sold separately at my etsy shop, but you also can get a kit that includes 3 poly crochet cord bobbins and 3 wooden lids necessary for the entire set. Plus when you purchase a kit the included PDF pattern is free!

Woven Crochet Baskets Set Free Pattern

Skill level : Easy

Measurements:

4″ diameter x 6″ height

6″ diameter x 3.5″ height

8″ diameter x 2.5″ height

Gauge: 2 St = 1 inch and 2 Rows = 1 inch (your gauge may depend on the thickness of your yarn, so you may have to decrease or increase the size of the hook to match the gauge).

What you will need:

Crochet Hook 5mm, N8

Stitch marker

Wooden lid 4”, 6” and 8” diameter (optional)

Poly crochet cord (weight 5 / bulky weight), 82 yds (80 m) / 200 g (7 oz) – 250 yds (229 m) – 2.5 bobbins

Or get a KIT that includes:

1 Poly crochet cord 3 bobbins necessary to crochet 3 baskets

2. 3 wooden lids to fit round baskets (optional)

3. Digital PDF crochet pattern that will be email to you.

Abbreviations, stitch knowledge:

st(s) – stitch(es)

sc – single crochet

sl st – slip stitch

blo – back loop only

Special stitches

KST

knit stitch or waistcoat stitch (KST works as a single crochet but instead of going under two loops you insert hook between the “legs” (“v”) of the next stitch, then work as a regular single crochet.

Let’s get crocheting!

Note: Basket is worked from bottom up in continuous rounds. You can make your basket shorter by decreasing the number of rounds of the basket wall (take away rounds between rounds 4-14). If you would like your basket taller, add more rounds between rounds 4-14 in basket walls.

Crochet tall basket

Make magic ring, ch1.

Round 1: Sc 6 in magic ring. Tighten the ring by pulling the tail end.

Do not join the round and continue working in spiral way. You may place a stitch marker at the beginning of the round for easy round counting.

Round 2: 2 sc in each st around (12 sts).

Round 3: (2sc in first st, sc in next st) around (18 sts).

Round 4: (sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in next st) around (24 sts).

Round 5: (2 sc in first st, sc in next 3 sts) around (30 sts). Continue to basket walls .


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Medium and large basket

Round 6: (sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in next st, sc in next 2 sts) around (36 sts)

Round 8: (sc in next 4 sts, 2sc in next st, sc in next st) around (42 sts). Continue to basket walls


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Large basket only

Round 9: (sc in next 6 sts, 2sc in next st) around (48 sts).

Round 10: (2 sc in next st, sc in next 7 sts) around (54 sts).

Basket walls

Round 1: Sc in each st through the back loop AND 3d loop of the st. The row will curl up forming the wall of the basket.

Round 2: (1 KST, 1 sc blo) around.

Round 3: (1sc blo, 1 KST) around.

Round 4-14 (for tall basket), round 4-9 (for medium basket), round 4-7 (for large basket): Work by alternating round 2 and 3.

Last round for all sizes: Slst around.

Finishing

Weave ends and finish off.


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Happy crocheting,

Irina.

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