[Free Pattern] This Gorgeous Crochet Basket Will Make Your Home Extremely Awesome

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If you have a passion for home decorations, these awesome crochet baskets will instantly make your home look so many times more beautiful. This beautiful crochet basket is perfect to hold your stash of yarn or to use in the bathroom. The Sea Glass Basket by Kathy Lashley is a lovely project with a fun and interesting texture and with a shape that holds itself up well. The pattern is easily customizable for any occasion, season, and holiday and is offered as a gift too.


Crochet Basket Free Pattern


  • Bernat Home Decor, 250 grams/317 yards, #5 Bulky weight, 72% Cotton, 28% Nylon, Clay, Cream, and Aqua
  • J Hook/6.0 mm
  • Tapestry needle for weaving in the ends.
  • 3 yards Millinery Wire
  • 2 Joiners
This Gorgeous Crochet Basket Will Make Your Home Extremely Awesome
ELK Studio

Watch the video tutorial below, courtesy of Kathy Lashley of ELK Studio, and learn how you can add wire to any project to give it stability. This technique works for projects like the brim of a hat or the top of a basket.

Check out the source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at ELK Studio – Handcrafted Crochet Designs

Thanks to Kathy Lashley for the article's inspiration and featured image.

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87 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] This Gorgeous Crochet Basket Will Make Your Home Extremely Awesome”

  1. I’m concerned I won’t be able to find the remainder of Christmas Present CAL 2016 Project #3. Your pattern states the remainder of the pattern comes out next week from 9/17/16, and I can’t find it.

  2. I cannot download, would anyone mind sending this to me? Please let me knowe and I will send you my email address.

  3. Kathy Reyes de Villegas

    Ohhhh this is absolutely amazing! I’ve been crocheting for almost 40 years (I’m 52) and I’ve never seen anything like this. I can see my way to making one, if for no reason other than to hold materials for the current project at hand. Thanks for the inspiration!

    Sincerely, Kathy Reyes de Villegas
    [email protected]

  4. Love this basket, I want to make one for my sister’s Birthday, but I can’t find the joiners. Please tell me where I can purchase it. Ty

  5. I would recommend people use a combination plier that has a section for cutting wire and a separate section for crimping. You can even get jewelry crimpers that would leave the wire surface smooth, so the yarn doesn’t catch on the wire or the joiner after it has been crimped. What’s shown in the video may be called pliers; however, they look like wire cutter pliers. They are great for cutting the wire, not for crimping it.

    ~resource: me – I have an electronics engineering background and have used numerous tools for dealing with wire.

  6. Not liking the fact, that after I bought the yarn, the millenary wire and fasteners, are not easy to acquire. The yarn was expensive enough, now I have to order trestle,, of course I can buy it at etsy for a high price, but now I have to order it from a supplier at a decent price, and wait. Kind of a bait and switch game, unless someone knows where the wire and fasteners are locally or cheap!!

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