This crochet pattern shows you how you can crochet rectangles of any size easily and uncomplicatedly. Crochet rectangles can be used for many things, be it as a base for crocheted bags and baskets or as a base for three-dimensional bodies like cuboids to create arms, legs, and other elements for amigurumi.
Create these tiny baskets using your beginner-level crochet skills. You can make these baskets in less time and effort than large crochet baskets. Make these baskets for your kid’s room and decorating your side tables. You can use universal yarn in the desired color to make these oval and square shape baskets. Crochet this basket efficiently using single, double, and slip crochet stitches.
T-shirt yarn is one of the best choices for making crochet baskets of any size. The thickness of the yarn combined with the right stitches makes for baskets that are sturdy and can easily stand up straight without caving in on the sides. This photo-rich tutorial teaches you how to use jersey knit t-shirt yarn to create baskets of various sizes. These nesting baskets can sit decoratively inside one another when not in use.
The pattern has a beautiful texture and stitch which is very effective and decorative. The pattern is minimalistic but very pretty. Baskets will always be useful at home. It is a pattern that will organize your things and will be an additional decoration. Bernat Softee Chunky Solids (New) is the best yarn for the project. Thanks to this yarn you will get a perfect basket design. Good luck!
Charming baskets in three available sizes! They are very practical and useful at home. They are made in a lovely gray color. This is a free pattern available in my article.
Nesting Baskets Free Crochet Pattern is here
Adorable mini hanging baskets are great for your wall or your desk. Besides being cute these baskets are the perfect scrap yarn project requiring less than 1 ounce of your favorite worsted weight yarn. These baskets are so useful and can be made even sturdier by putting them around a small can. Use them to hang your hooks in your crafts space or hold your pens on your desk. They can also be folded down and made even mini-er!
- Designed by Tine Sommer Hansen
If you look at the pictures below, you'll notice, that these amazing baskets by Tine Sommer Hansen look knitted, right? But they're not! It a very smart “knit stitch” pattern, that results in a fun, knitted look. They're beautifully embellished with fun leather straps. These baskets come in three different sizes.
PHOTOS by Tine Sommer Hansen / ravelry.com