Crochet Round Basket For Beginners- Fast And Easy

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This crochet round basket pattern comes in three nesting sizes: large, medium, and small. Mosaic Basket by Rebecca Langford is an easy level pattern, written in American Standard Terms, and it's like beautiful, hand-painted mosaic art.

Follow along and you'll see how fast and easy and fun to work up it is to make these baskets. The video on the pattern makes it really easy. It’s so easy even if this is your first crochet project! You'll also learn a neat way to stiffen these simple and so cute round crochet baskets.

Make a whole bunch and give them as gifts or even sell them. These crocheted mosaic baskets are simply gorgeous and so practical.


Crochet Round Basket For Beginners

Difficulty: Easy

Yarn: I used Bernat Maker Home Dec (a #5 bulky weight cotton/nylon blend) in “Cream”, and Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn (a #4 worsted weight acrylic) in “Aqua Blue”. Yarn amounts are listed with individual pattern sizes.

Hooks: H (5.0mm) and G (4.25mm)

Gauge: Your first 5 rounds should measure 2.5″ across.

You’ll also need: Yarn needle, stitch marker, plastic canvas


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Crochet Round Basket For Beginners- Fast And Easy
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Watch the video tutorial below and crochet along with Rebecca from Yarn + Chai. In this video, she walks you step-by-step through her mosaic basket crochet pattern.

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Thanks to Rebecca Langford for the article’s inspiration and featured image.

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