DIY Crochet Hanging Basket
How to crochet a hanging basket? In this crochet tutorial, I show you how to crochet a hanging basket that is perfect for a door or wall. This basket is a loose, netted pattern that shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes to complete. Over time, it might stretch, but it is perfect for storing scarves, socks, fabric, yarn, etc. I use mine when I am crocheting to hold my yarn ball, especially if I am crocheting with more than one yarn ball at a time. I string the yarn through one of the loops in the front and that prevents it from being pulled out of the opening.
How to Crochet a Hanging Basket Video Tutorial:
This crochet project is part of my Mother’s Day two skein challenge, where I see how many crochet projects I can make with only two skeins of yarn. All of the projects in this series are dedicated to Mothers Day homemade gift ideas.
If you are unfamiliar with any of the stitches used in this pattern, please see my stitch tutorials here:
How to crochet a hanging basket pattern:
Yarn: 4 Medium
Crochet Hook Size: N / 15 / 10 MM
Row 1: 12 DC in MC.
Row 2: 2 DC in each st (24 total st at end of row).
Row 3: *1 DC in 1st st, 2 DC in 2nd st.* Repeat * around the row (36 total st at end of row).
Row 4: *1 DC in st 1 – 2, 2 DC in st 3.* Repeat * around the row (48 total st at end of row).
Row 5: *1 DC in st 1 – 3, 2 DC in st 4.* Repeat * around the row (60 total st at end of row).
Place 1 DC in the next 8-15 rows, depending on how long you want your basket.
Row 14: *1 DC in st 1 – 3, DC 2together st 4 & 5.* Repeat * around the row (48 total st at end of row).
Row 15: *1 DC in st 1 – 2, DC 2together st 3 & 4.* Repeat * around the row (36 total st at end of row).
Row 16: 1 SL in each st in row. SL into 1st SL at end of row and tie off yarn.
Hang from a hook or tie a piece of scrap fabric to it to make a larger loop for a door knob.
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