Spring always makes me think of baskets. Not just because of Easter, but also spring cleaning. Baskets are such a great way of keeping organized, and we yarnie folks love a good basket for our current projects. Here are some free crochet patterns for baskets that I’ve found to share with you!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Spa Basket by Jessie At Home
“The Spa Basket is a medium or large starched basket that will hold you various spa day needs.”
2) Your Giant Crochet Basket by Oombawka Design Crochet
This giant basket is great for your yarn and your current work-in-progress!
3) Easy Easter Basket by A Crocheted Simplicity
“The Easy Easter Basket is a great basket when crocheted as shown, or use the pattern as a base and let your creative juices flow to create your own personalized Easter basket!”
4) Quick & Easy Easter Basket by Melody’s Makings
“Made of bulky yarn, this crochet basket is nice and sturdy….plus super quick and easy to work up!”
5) Willows Fanciful Feathers Basket by The Country Willow
“I am excited to offer all you loyal fans this basket pattern. It can be used to as a planter, a towel basket for your bathroom or even a basket on your kitchen.”
6) Fabric Bowl by The Crochet Dude
“Made with strips of fabric this is a quick and easy project and a great way to use up fabric that you have on hand!”
7) Moroccan Basket by Tamara Kelly
“I knew I wanted to make a basket, and I knew I wanted to use Lion Brand Heartland Thick & Quick… and when I started crocheting, the Moroccan Basket just flew off my hook!”
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