Crochet Colour Pop Basket Pattern

Crochet Colour Pop Basket Pattern

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Crochet Color Pop Basket Bowls

Crochet Color Pop Basket Bowls

Crochet Color Pop Basket Bowls

These really cute Color Pop Basket Bowls are awesome. In fact, I don’t make too many projects that I keep as I tend to give my stuff away. Once I finished the tutorial, I was really proud of my basket/bowl. It shaped beautifully and I can use this as a decor.

It looks great and I know I can get Diva Dan to style up with some decor or even practical use of this basket.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Color Pop Bowls

There are actually two bowls in one. The colour you see inside is the same pattern and they are nested together. This helps create the basket to be stronger and keep it’s shaped so much better.

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Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

11 thoughts on “Crochet Colour Pop Basket Pattern”

  1. Melissa Turner says:

    No blue button

  2. Shirley Salo says:

    You can put a pillow in for an animal bed…I’ve even seen these made up like baby cradles with a half top on them and a cushion inside with handles for carrying.

    1. Denise says:

      Hope you see this soon…I’m new to crochet, have the concept down and have practiced making a similar basket and now am attempting this one above in your video. Using the same yarn and hook size. Maybe my tension is too tight being new to this and all…my circle has begun to ripple. I have the correct number of stitches, counting each stitch in each finished round and being sure I go step by step. Should I be using a larger hook? Maybe go up to an H??? I hate that I probably will need to begin once again but I want this to be right. I’m a bit neurotic about having things look right. So any words of wisdom would help. A bit of trouble shooting messages within the video would have been helpful to those of us who are new to this. Thanks so much and your video was extremely helpful to me in figuring out the join and that first set of sc.

  3. Jeff says:

    I’m either doing something wrong of I need to use a larger hook. My whole base is buckled and doesn’t even come close to laying flat. I have started my sides and done 5 rows of that and I think it is getting even worse.
    I do typically crochet on the tight side, but I figured since we want this tight and firm I would use the recommended G hook.
    What should I do?

  4. Laurie Mears says:

    I think this would make a cute cat bed. Make it bigger around and maybe a little taller.

    1. Mary says:

      I want to use it as a cat bed too. How big can you go with one skein?

  5. Jenny says:

    Is there a written pattern? Have awful connection for video feeds these would make lovely pet beds!

    1. Yes just click the pink box that says Get Pattern 🙂 _LJ

  6. Debra Stephens says:

    Make it taller and leave a hole or fix a loop at the top to make it into one of those fancy yarn holding/dispensing bowls. I see the ceramic ones selling for $50 or more.

  7. Debra Stephens says:

    Make it taller and leave a hole or fix a loop at the top to make it into one of those fancy yarn holding/dispensing bowls? I see the ceramic ones selling for $50 or more.

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