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Crowning Touch Crochet Basket

By: Vicky Pietz from patternprincess.com
Updated September 09, 2019
Crowning Touch Crochet Basket
Crowning Touch Crochet Basket

"This pattern is called the Crowning Touch Crochet Basket Pattern because of the scalloped edge, which is very easy to achieve. Make this basket in a variety of colors for your home decor. The photo shows one of the two crochet basket patterns included. This pattern is worked in a circular fashion. The top has a beautiful scalloped edge, which is very easy to create. Using a chunky yarn, this pattern works up in an afternoon. Actually, I made three in fall colors. They are just beautiful throughout the house and also help keep clutter at bay."

NotesWhen you are using your crochet basket; they are reversible. You can achieve a slightly different look depending on which side is showing.

Easy

Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge is not critical to this crochet pattern. The completed size is Approximately 5 ½ inches wide by 6 inches high

Finished SizeApproximately 5 ½ inches wide by 6 inches high

Materials List

  • Lion Brand Hometown USA Napa Valley Pinot
  • Boye Crochet Hook Size N
  • Stitch Marker
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. Begin with a magic circle.

  2. Beginning Round 1: 9 SC in Magic circle and SL ST into first CH (insert a stitch marker in this stitch to help you find the beginning and end of each row… continue to use the stitch marker like this for each row to help identify the beginning and end of each row).

  3. Round 2: 2 SC in each ST and SL ST into first SC. Should be 18 SC in this row. (move the stitch marker to this stitch).

  4. Round 3: *2 SC in first ST, 1 SC in next ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL ST. (Continue to move the stitch marker).

  5. Round 4: *2 SC in first ST, 1 SC in next two ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL ST.

  6. Round 5: *2 SC in first ST, 1 SC in next three ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL ST.

  7. Round 6: 1 SC in back loop of each ST until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL St. This is the first row of the sides of the basket.

  8. Rounds 7-18: 1 SC in each ST until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL St. (Continue to move the stitch marker).

Top Scalloped Edge

  1. Round 19: *1 SC, 1 HDC, 1 SC in the first ST, CH 1, Skip ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL St.

  2. Finishing off: pull the yarn through the last loop. Using the yarn needle, weave in the ends of the yarn.

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