Car Waste Basket
The whole basket is made of wooden base. The author of the project laser cut his beloved inscription. You can do it too! this is a perfect pattern for beginners. You won't have any problem to crochet it. This is a free pattern. The pattern is very roomy for storage. I highly recommend this pattern to everyone! Have fun!
Fantastic basket with trendy mustard color. This is the most beautiful color of the season. Is brave and will beautifully decorate your home.
Jenna Stash Basket Free Crochet Pattern is here
This super easy crochet Easter basket features the beautifully textured bead stitch combined with basic crochet stitches to create a unique look you'll absolutely love. It's the perfect extra special gift for your extra special little one this Easter! It is beginner-friendly, quick to work up, and super cute! Add buttons, flowers, ribbons, appliques or embellishments to make an awesome Easter basket that is as unique as the little one you made it for. So easy!
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook
Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge: 15 stitches and 20 rows = 4-inches in single crochet
Finished Size: Approximately 6.5 -inches from base to the rim of the basket and approximately 25-inches around at its widest (top of the basket)
medium 4 worsted weight yarn - 2 colors
5.0 mm hook
4.25 mm hook
Just in time for Easter, here's an adorable and easy to make DIY basket that is sure to brighten up any gift! And it's not just for the holidays - use this sweet rabbit basket for home decor and storage all year round! It's the perfect accent to a kids' room, nursery, craft room, home office, etc.
If you are using it as an Easter basket, it doesn't get much more springy that this happy little bunny with daisies on its ears!
A Christian twist on the classic crochet Easter Basket - meet the Cross Basket! This design features simple single crochet, an elegant crab stitch edging, and of course a cross applique on the front.
At around 5″ in diameter, I would classify this pattern as a mini Easter basket. I’d like to use it for decor around the house. However, I think you could also make it work with a handle if you wanted to use it for a little one collecting Easter eggs!
This simple and easy basket works up quickly in bulky yarn with beginner friendly single crochet stitches. Sides are worked in the back loop to create a bit of texture.
The fun part of this basket is the addition of button flowers and stems worked with surface crochet around the outside. Video tutorial is provided to help with finishing details of basket including adding the stems and buttons!