As strange as it feels typing it in the heat and humidity of early August, the summer break is over. My son just started Kindergarten and took to the new environment like a fish to the sea. After getting over this bittersweet motherhood moment, I excitedly welcome several hours of uninterrupted work time each day. Being able to start and finish a task in a single day feels sinfully luxurious. Which is perfect! I have a bounty of jute crochet patterns coming your way this fall. Just have a look.
Over the next two months, you can look forward to seeing this jute crochet pattern collection grow. I plan to publish patterns for all items pictured above, and more. That means crochet patterns for coasters, picture frames, baskets, and dream catchers. I’ll add links to individual pattern pages as they become available below, so go ahead and save this page on Pinterest so that you can return to it and check what’s new later.
If you are new to jute crochet, check out my blog post “Crocheting with jute: Tips and Tricks.” It will answer many of your questions about crocheting with this versatile natural fiber.
Read on for all available jute crochet pattern listings, and for a 25% off coupon code at the bottom of the post!
Jute Crochet Pattern Collection 2019
Published on August 5, 2019: Crochet Dream Catcher
First item I got to check off from my summer to-do list was this macrachet dream catcher. You can view this particular jute crochet pattern listing HERE, or you can add it to your cart right now by clicking the button below.
Published on August 13, 2019: Tiny Crochet Basket
I literally never name my patterns, but I want to call this adorably short and stout jute and cotton basket “Boniface.” Every time I look at this chubby bowl, I think, “Boniface.” Like a peaceful, content, helpful monk. It makes me happy.
You can see the pattern listing HERE, or you can add it to your cart right now by clicking the button below.
Published on August 15, 2019: Teardrop Hanging Basket
I can’t decide which design I am more in love with: Boniface the tiny basket, or this elegant teardrop-shaped hanging basket. It’s worked entirely in jute and just like my Round and Square Jute and Cotton Stacking Basket Sets, it holds it shape beautifully. For a hanging basket, its size is quite generous – the inside volume is about 2 cups. It can hold all kinds of little toys and knick-knacks, accessible but out of the way. Win-win!
You can see the pattern page HERE, or you can can add the pattern to your cart right now by clicking the button below.
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Which pattern should I work on after that? Let me know in the comments!