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Free Knitting Pattern for Modern Cubist Baskets Ideas New 2021

There are many ways to use crochet spades. You can put a plant in them and they will look great in your bathroom with your clean towels on display.

The possibilities are truly endless. Today, we share this carefully selected collection with you. We have collected our favorite free patterns and we know you will love them.

We have a free crochet basket mold for you so you can create your own thick storage basket to tidy up all those messy pieces in your home.

These two free crochet basket patterns will help you keep everything neat and organized. They’re small enough to tidy up your sewing table or table, but big enough to keep the fabric in.


How to Make a Crochet Basket


Yarn (I used T-shirt yarn)
Crochet hook (I used a 10mm hook)
Darning needle for sewing in the ends

Looking for something quick and useful to make? These handy crochet baskets are just the project for you! If you’ve always wanted to learn how to crochet, follow our series of crochet fundamentals. This tutorial uses US crochet terminology, with the Australian and UK term in brackets.

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Mosaic Basket


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

If you go with a color-changing yarn like I did, make sure the color changes aren’t toooooooo long. I love a nice gradual change, but as you can see on the main photos (with the Aqua Blue Gradient yarn), the yarn didn’t really change throughout the entire large-sized basket. I actually had to pull out quite a bit of yarn to get to a significant color change so that the smaller matching baskets wouldn’t be exactly the same.

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Bramble Basket Hanging Organizer



135 yds of WeCrochet Wool of the Andes Bulky yarn (100g, 137yds) in your choice of color OR
230 yds of WeCrochet Billow yarn (100g, 120yds) in your choice of color
L/8.0mm crochet hook
tapestry needle
(Optional) chunky natural wood coat hooks

The Bramble Basket is a beginner friendly hanging basket crochet pattern that anyone can make to help organize small winter gear, display plants, and store closet accessories. This quick and easy palette cleanser project makes a great stocking stuffer gift or craft show product – you can whip up several over a weekend!

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Difficulty: Easy
Yarn: I used Bernat Maker Home Dec (a #5 bulky weight cotton/nylon blend) in “Clay”. 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, heavy duty plastic canvas

Those adorable tags on my baskets aren’t actually leather at all – they’re cork! I had mine printed by All This Wood (affiliate link). They always do a great job for me. If you purchase tags of your own through this link, you won’t pay any extra, but I’ll get a small percentage of the sale. My affiliate links are just one of the ways I am able to keep releasing free patterns, so I am always incredibly appreciative of anyone who uses them!

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Crochet Language: American Standard
Difficulty: Intermediate
Finished Size: 7″ wide x 6″ tall
Yarn: I used Yarn Bee Studio 72, a sturdy #4 weight acrylic blend available at Hobby Lobby, in the following amounts:
COLOR A (I used “Ivory”): 350 yards
COLOR B (I used “Teal”): 40 yards
Hooks: H (5.0mm) and G (4.25mm)
Gauge: With larger hook, your first 7 rounds should measure 4″ across. (This is only important if you want your basket to match my measurements exactly.)
You’ll also need: Yarn needle, stitch marker, heavy duty plastic canvas

Fun fact about this pattern: I never intended for it to be a pattern! When I crocheted this basket, I was making it up as I went along, trying my hand at the Fair Isle technique for the first time to see if I could do it. In the end, I loved it so much that it seemed a waste to not share it with you all!

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Difficulty: Easy
Yarn: I used Bernat Maker Home Dec (a #5 bulky weight cotton/nylon blend) in “Clay”. Yarn amounts are listed with individual pattern sizes.
Hooks: H (5.0mm) and G (4.25mm)
Gauge: With larger hook, 14 SC x 14 rows =4″ square
You’ll also need: Yarn needle, stitch marker, heavy duty plastic canvas

I knew that I wanted these baskets to be built in one piece (no seaming). I initially started with a square base made in the round, like you would build a granny square, but I just wasn’t happy with the way the base puckered. Baskets need a tighter-than-usual hook and yarn combo that simply isn’t compatible with a nice flat worked-in-the-round square. So next, I tried a square worked in rows. Much better! Because of the tightness, the square didn’t lay flat at first, but by the time I finished the basket you never would’ve known.

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Difficulty: Easy

Yarn: I used Bernat Maker Home Dec, a #5 bulky weight cotton/nylon blend, in colors “Cream” and “Clay.” Amounts for each basket size are listed within their individual patterns.

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

I had a good amount of Bernat Maker Home Dec yarn leftover after finishing up the Market Tote Bag pattern, so I started brainstorming what to use it for — and came up with these adorable mini baskets!

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Difficulty: Easy

Finished Size: 3.75″ tall x 3.75″ wide

Yarn: I used about 110 yards of Bernat Maker Home Dec, a #5 bulky weight cotton/nylon blend, in “Clay.”

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

I’ve been on a basket kick lately, and while I was working on the pattern for the Mini Nesting Baskets, I decided that a new place for my favorite crochet hooks would be a great way to utilize the techniques I was exploring – mainly, the use of plastic canvas to make a strong, sturdy basket! So I whipped up this cute little basket for my desk and now I’m wondering why I didn’t make my own hook holder a long time ago.

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Difficulty: Easy / Beginner
Finished Size: 9″ wide x 8″ tall (large basket) and 6″ wide x 5.5″ tall (small basket)
Hook: H (5.0mm) and G (4.25mm). Because we’re using a small hook for a chunky yarn, make sure to protect your hands by using hooks with padded grips. I absolutely love my Clover Amour hooks!
Yarn: I used Bernat Maker Outdoor for my baskets, but most #5 weight chunky/bulky yarns will work; just avoid anything that’s super soft. For the large basket, you will need about 330 yards of COLOR A (I used “Navy Ink”) and 165 yards of COLOR B (I used “Fresh White”). For the small basket, you will need about 170 yards of COLOR A and 75 yards of COLOR B.
Gauge: With your larger hook, your first 8 rounds should measure 3.75″ wide.

If you love the feel of the ocean breeze as much as I do, you’ll love making these super easy baskets that look like something out of a catalog. If you haven’t done grommets or eyelets on a crochet project before, don’t run away. I promise it’s easy-peasy. And you can’t beat the professional finishing touch they give to these baskets!

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Jenna Stash Basket



2 balls of t-shirt yarn from KnitzNPurls (approximately 175 yards)
1 #YARNLOVE basket base from A-Cute Design (limited quantities available!)
7mm crochet hook (an 8mm should work as well)
Tapestry Needle
Stitch Marker (optional)

Working with a wooden base to make crochet baskets is the godsend I needed. The hard part of the project is already done – wood bases take the place of needing to do tricky crochet math to make the bottom of a basket. Instead, simply crochet into the holes of the base to start building the sides of the basket. It’s truly genius!

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Spike Storage Basket


What you’ll need

6mm Crochet Hook
Approx 300g of chunky cotton yarn in sage green – I got mine here
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Finished dimensions: 7 inches (height) x 10 inches (circumference).
Gauge: 9 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches or 10 cm
Difficulty: Intermediate to experienced

Place your hook in the next stitch one row below (the same position where that stitch was worked in the last round). Yarn over and draw up a loop to the height of the round, yarn over and draw through both loops.

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Chunky Crocheted Basket Pattern



3 Skeins super bulky yarn (I used Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick in Linen)
Size L (8.0mm) crochet hook
Yarn needle

I’m finally posting the pattern for the crocheted basket. Thank you so much for all of the comments and emails. I hope you like the pattern and the finished project as much as I do. (Scroll down to see the pattern for the larger basket)

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Happy Mother’s Day! Free pattern: Fleur



75m of 12 ply yarn or you can double strand an 8ply yarn (sample shown is Moda Vera Egerton Twist)
5mm hook
Darning needle
Stitch marker

Fleur is a stylish and practical hanging basket, it can be used as an odds and ends organiser, or as shown pop a cute faux succulent pot in it for an on trend decorator piece.

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Round Baskets



Lily® Sugar’n Cream® (70.9 g/2.5 oz; 109 m/120 yds)
Small Version
Robin’s Egg (01215) 1 ball (70 m/77 yds)
Medium Version
Mod Blue (01111) 1 ball (95 m/105 yds)
Large Version
Bright Navy (00009) 2 balls (125 m/140 yds)
Size 5 mm (U.S. H/8) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.
Fabric stiener (optional).

Three sizes, three shades, and infinite uses! These stout little baskets will help you out in every room of the house. (Yarnspirations)

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Modern Crochet Storage Basket


Materials Used

Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK
2 skeins Vanilla Cream
1 skein Peach Orange
4.5mm Clover Amour Crochet Hook
Tapestry Needle

Who doesn’t love an easy, stylish modern crochet storage basket to fancy up their home? This free crochet pattern uses only single crochet stitches but with a modern twist!

In this pattern, you will also learn how to make the single crochet spike stitch. It’s worked the same way as a regular single crochet stitch, only placed in a unique spot. This creates the extra fancy, textured rim of the basket.

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Hanging Basket


Approx. 3/4 of a ball of Lion Brand Off-The-Hook yarn(image shown is the colour “Aquamarine”) or any brand of loop yarn.
No knitting needles required (finger knitting).

The Hanging Basket pattern makes a small knitted hanging basket, suitable for holding light items like masks, cosmetic pads, or light toys. There are instructions in the pattern to guide you how to adapt it to make a basket of any size. This pattern is designed as a way to use up your leftover yarn from bigger projects!

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Hanging Crochet Basket


To make our basket nice and thick, I used Caron Chunky Cake – Juicy Chews. I wanted a basket that POP! Nice colorful stripe pattern — and you don’t have to switch yarn for it! Caron Chunky Cake is perfect. If you want a plain solid color, Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick, Loops & Threads Charisma.
​CROCHET HOOK: N15 – 10.0mm
​OTHER MATERIALS: darning needle (to weave ends) scissors
MEASUREMENT: 14″ H x 14″ W

One of the powers of being a crocheter is that if we needed something we can create it. I needed a basket for my small cotton yarn skeins. A hanging sack basket is a perfect solution. You don’t need to figure out what shelves to place it. Just drill a simple hook, in my case, a corner wall in my closet yarn room.

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Chunky Knit Basket


What You’ll Need

1 skein Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Yarn (I used this one)
US Size 13 Knitting Needles (Or Sz 13 Circular Needles in 16-24″) I really like these
Darning Needle
10 mm Crochet Hook (N) optional
Macrame Rope (2-3 mm)

A couple of weeks ago, I got a new shelf for my living room, and since it’s about the second thing guests see when walking in, I wanted it to look nice. I started scrounging through the house for decor I could move to that space, but something was still missing.

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Mini Basket



Aran Weight Yarn in 3 different colours, 70m/77yds each (total of 210m/231yds).
Hook – 7mm.
Tapestry or wool needle.
Locking stitch marker.

Mini basket, free crochet pattern. This handy little crocheted basket design with handles, is a spin off from my “Three Little Bowls” pattern. A quick and simple pattern, this small basket uses three strands of Aran or Worsted weight yarns, held together. You could use three strands of the same colour or three different colours, for a lovely variegated effect. I love using multiple colours because each stitch is unique, depending on how the strands of yarn fall in place. I have used 3 x 50g balls of Drops Alaska (100% wool) in the colours Mustard (58), Light Grey Mix (03) & Off White (02).

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Knitted Gift Basket


CONSTRUCTION: The base of the basket is worked flat. Pick up stitches around the square base to create the walls, which are knit in the round.
SIZE: approx. 4” x 4” x 2.5”
NOTIONS: 4 stitch markers
YARN: 75 yards of bulky weight yarn. Sample shown in:Ewe Ewe Baa Baa Bulky* (bulky weight; 100% superwash merino wool; 132 yards (120 m) in Charcoal colorway.

We are always looking for fashionable and functional ways to package gifts to eliminate the need for one-time use gift wrap. Our Knitted Gift Basket is a great solution for small gifts. Not only does it have a sweet, handmade touch, but it can serve as a basket for any number of things, including knitting notions or jewelry.

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