The long-awaited pattern has arrived! Get it by clicking here.
I really enjoy working with jute and figuring out how it could best work for a basket that is meant to be used. Jute is an interesting material; stiff yet pliable at the same time – perfect for a base that won’t get soiled or fray easily.
The most rewarding part of creating this pattern, however, was the invention of a special stitch. It is vital to creating a decorative seam at a perfectly right angle right where basket sides attach to base. How to successfully crochet this stitch is explained in great detail in a 7-page photo tutorial.
A pattern booklet for a matching square set of jute and cotton stacking baskets is now available as well and can he found here.
And if you are as much in love with the neutral look of jute with cotton, you might like this geometric/lacey crochet basket set. It’s made in coiled crochet technique – a technique I am passionately trying to get to as many people as possible because it is hands down the best way to make sturdy, durable baskets. Pattern for this basket can be purchased here.
My newest pattern is also made in coiled crochet technique. I adore both its simplicity and durability. Pattern for this set of colorful coiled crochet stacking baskets is available here.
When I say “a pattern,” I mean so much more than a couple pages of instructions written in crochet shorthand. My patterns are highly detailed PDFs with beautifully organized pages filled with tips, photo tutorials, detailed step-by-step instructions, explanation of each stitch needed to complete the project, and high quality images. Take a peek at the 54-page guide I wrote for my last design:
And while I also sell all of these patterns in my Etsy, Ravelry, and Craftsy shops, jakigu.com is my online home and I want you to feel special every time you visit. That’s why I’d love to offer you a 25% off coupon code for any of the above patterns (coupon can be applied towards regular OR sale prices). Simply use code PINUND20 for an instant 25% discount on everything in your cart.
I hope you like the baskets enough to want to make some for yourself. But even if crochet is not your passion, spread the word about these patterns. Pin, tweet, save, like, share on Facebook – you might help a friend discover a project they would otherwise never come across.