Generously sized and amazingly sturdy, this polka dot crochet basket will become your favorite organization tool. From nursery to kid’s room, from bathroom to guest room – I’m sure you’ll find countless spots and ways to use it daily.
Ready to make your own polka dot crochet basket?
This is what you’ll need:
- Sugar’n Cream Cotton
- 5.5 mm (7/32 in) cotton clothesline with polyester core
- 5.5 mm (I-9) hook
- 5 mm (H-8) hook
- Tapestry needle, scissors, stitch marker
Approximately 24 cm (9-1/2 in) wide and 19 cm (7-1/2 in) tall.
This is an intermediate-to-advanced crochet project.
It requires constant shaping and tension management of both the stitches and the coil. In addition, it employs waistcoat stitch, a slightly more challenging version of a single crochet stitch. Moreover, to create a firm, sturdy basket, waistcoat stitch in this pattern is worked with two strands of yarn held together and a considerably smaller hook size than is typically recommended for waistcoat stitches. Due to these factors, this pattern is not recommended for a novice crocheter.
This publication contains two files: a complete pattern and guide, and a chart.
The pattern is written in standard American terms. The guide includes step-by-step pictorials that illustrate and describe all stitches and techniques used in this pattern.
It lists both metric and Imperial units of measure.
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Permission to sell finished items
You are welcome to sell items made from this pattern assuming you are going to make them yourself and that you are not going to mass produce them (that is, make more than 300 a year). Permission to outsource work or for mass production must be requested and granted in writing.
You may not claim this pattern to be your own.
You may not copy, reproduce, or distribute this pattern in part or in whole by any means, including but not limited to photocopy, transcription, screenshots or snapshots; posting any part of the pattern (including the original pictures) on the Internet at large, distributing any part of the pattern via email, text messages, or sharing any part of the pattern on social media (Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Flickr, Snapchat, or similar).
You may not use this pattern, in part of in whole, for profit or personal gain (that is, you may not re-sell this pattern, in part or in whole; nor may you include a copy of the pattern in a DIY kit, use this pattern to promote your brand or website, or teach a class using this pattern).
You may not adapt or modify this pattern in any form with the intention to sell or distribute the modified version of the pattern for profit or personal gain.
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