Square Crochet Basket Pattern

Square Crochet Basket Pattern

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Crochet Square Basket

Crochet Square Basket

Bernat Blanket Big Square Crochet Basket

Super-thick Bernat Blanket Big hooks up super-fast into the Square Crochet Basket. This fashionable home decor project is perfect for containing your yarn projects, or for toys, books, even laundry. Made of single crochet stitches, this practical basket is great for a dose of instant yarn gratification on one of those days a more challenging project is testing your patience, or for a beginner who wants to learn how to work with an extra-large, 16.00 mm hook.

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18 thoughts on “Square Crochet Basket Pattern”

  1. Margaret says:

    On the sq crochet basket when you start working rounds do you crochet in the back loop in order to make the rounds go up to make sides. The pattern says to crochet on the edge, is that what it means? I tried it and wound up with a square with a border. (flat no sides)

    1. Mikey says:

      I’m reading pattern now… Stand by.

    2. Mikey says:

      The base is a square or rectangle row by row… Then the sides are built up just by circling the panel. I don’t see any instructions suggesting to do the back loops. However, if you are to. Ensure you go around the edge of the first panel first… then the second rnd do the back loops for the fold as you are suggesting.

  2. Cheryl says:

    How many balls of yarn do you need for this?

    1. Mikey says:

      Give a moment to open the pattern for you to read that.

      1. Mikey says:

        I’m going to see if Yarnspirations has this information… I checked where it came from… it’s not listed. I will follow up.


    2. Mikey says:

      Darnit… pattern does that have that… I will delete this pattern. Thanks for letting me know.

    3. Mikey says:

      Yarnspirations is looking it up in their catalogue. Give them a day or two to locate it. I will update the blog once we have a number. Surprised it was missing. It’s unusual.

    4. Mikey says:

      Cheryl. It’s 4 balls.

      1. Cheryl Levy says:

        Thank you!! 😁

  3. Connie C says:

    The button did not download the pattern. It sent me to the Michael’s website, where I was also unable to download the pattern.

    1. Mikey says:

      Michaels has removed it… I’ll look to see if I can find the pattern elsewhere.

    2. Mikey says:

      I’m going to remove the article. I cannot find where this is posted elsewhere. Thanks for letting me know.


    3. Mikey says:

      It could be on the Michaels USA site. That’s blocked here in Canada. Let me get one of the team members in the USA to check.

    4. Mikey says:

      It’s located on the Michaels USA site. I am pulling it over. Give me 5 minutes to make a new pdf.

    5. Mikey says:

      Should be ready now. Enjoy.

  4. Melissa Turner says:

    No blue button

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