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TLC Amore yarn is used to make this flower girl basket insert. Save some money on your wedding by showing off your creative side. This free crochet pattern is calling your name. Make your wedding fabulous and unique. No one else will have the same basket as you and your flower girl.

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I would be glad to make this and use a lighter yarn like cotton.

I make Flower Girl Baskets all the time! I wouldn't, however, make them from any kind of yarn! It's just to bulky & heavy looking. I think that things in a wedding should be rather delicate and lacy, but that's just my opinion. All the baskets I have made have been made in #10 crochet cotton & permanently stiffened. I can then make matching Ring Bearer pillows and do! All my brides have absolutely loved them!

I agree with you Layne I looked at that pattern and thought it ooked very nice but I didn't like the wool it was made in much to bulky for a wedding I am only a learner but would love to ake a basket and ring pillow do you know where I can get a pattern for wedding things . Thank you tpisces1@bigpond.com

I would be proud to make this basket and see it used in a wedding.

My son has a Summer 2013 wedding in the making, I should have at least one made by then, and I will try one in each weight.............

My friend and I did most of the table favors and decorations for my daughter's wdding and I would have done this basket in thread for the more delicate look if I had it available. Love crocheted thread articles.

I do all mine in thread and they are beautiful. I also don't make them as inserts...I make the basket and then permanently stiffen it! I agree with you...yarn wouldn't cut it for me either! My nephew just got married 12/17/11 & had a winter/Christmas themed wedding. I made the F.G. Baskets, R.B. Pillows, snowflakes ornaments and a multitude of other things. For a wedding thread is the way to go! Congrats on your daughters marriage!

Over 25 years ago I crocheted 2 baskets for my best friend's wedding. My daughter was one of her flower girls and she still has the basket with the silk flowers in it. I tried to copy the lace that was on the bride's dress and it tied in beautifully. I made it in thread, which gave it a more elegant look, but this is pretty, too!

I think this is a lovely idea. Like one of the other people who left a comment, I would make this with thread. It will give it a more elegant look, in my opinion. I made a ring bearer's pillow for my niece many years ago. I covered the pillow with satin and then crocheted trim and lots of flowers and leaves and arranged them on the pillow. If I do say so myself, it was beautiful. I also attached two pieces of ribbon so the rings could be tied to the pillow. Hand made things just make special occasions more special.

To me, having some handmade items in a wedding shows someone cares. This flower basket is sweet and the flower girl will be able to keep it and if she takes care of it perhaps even use it for her wedding, years down the road. My niece was married last year and I crocheted her two garter belts. One for her to wear and keep and perhaps to be able to pass onto her daughter someday. The other for her to toss. I hope whoever caught it will again treasure it and use at their wedding. I also made her a drawstring purse that she could use the day of her wedding and hopefuly again for special occasions. I have begun to save patterns I find that I can make for my other nieces and my grandaughter when the time comes. I guess it comes down to whether you appreciate handmade items over bought.

Its really very pretty I was not aware before that something like this can also be made.Really great art.

I crocheted the flower girl basket and other pieces for my wedding. I'm a florist so I also did the fresh floral pieces too. The personal touch is important to me.

I would make this. I agree that it makes the day so much more special when you have such personal touches to enjoy.

My grandson is getting married in September. I would definitely make a basket insert but I would use the thread not the yarn. I like the more delicate nature of the thread.

I have done a couple of these in the past, not this pattern but flower girl basket nevertheless. The recepients loved them!

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