41 Free Crochet Basket Patterns
A range of sizes from mini to extra large, and styles of crochet baskets with handles, without, square, round, and more!
Free crochet basket patterns are useful for storage, gifting, and so much more. Find extra large crochet basket patterns, hanging baskets, and more!
Maybe you're due for a new storage solution because you're tired of digging in drawers or bags for that one skein of yarn you want to use. Maybe you need a new pencil cup or mini hanging basket to store your crochet hooks in. Maybe you need a place to put the remote after you're done watching TV before bed. Maybe you need a container for your cotton swabs and makeup brushes. Browse our complete collection of crochet basket patterns for the perfect option suited to your needs! Fast or slow, beginner or intermediate, the patterns below are suited to any crocheter.
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Large and Extra Large Crochet Basket Patterns
This is our favorite extra large crochet basket pattern. Look at the beautiful colors! Create an ombre effect for the top rim of your basket, then jump to white.
Look at that deliciously chunky yarn! This pattern includes handles for easy transport. Take your yarn anywhere!
Create a cool, angular pattern with three colors of yarn. This project has a modern vibe and would look great as storage in the living room!
This happy snowman is perfect for collecting gifts under the tree at Christmas!
Isn't this project so pretty? If you love argyle, this is the pattern for you! Learn tapestry crochet, then make this project.
Medium Crochet Basket Patterns
Make a darling basket for a little girl that she can carry her teddy bear in! This is great toy storage.
This gorgeous basket features a classic print that you can learn to crochet. Once you master tapestry crochet, you'll obsess over this project!
Need a little extra storage near the Christmas tree this year? Make a snowy basket that can stay up all season!
We included this crochet square basket pattern in the medium baskets category of this collection, but this pattern is super easily adjustable to any size!
Just look at the delicious texture. Use contrasting colors to really make these stitches pop!
Use a cozy soft yarn to make a basket fit for any homey living space. The neutral colors make this a great option!
You can use your new project in the kitchen to store fresh produce! If you're looking for a shallow basket, give this pattern a try.
J is for joyful, and these are some cheery stockings! Make a Christmas basket fit for under the tree with this pattern.
Need to bring a bit more fall into your home? This acorn project is fabulous for storage during one of the best seasons.
Need a little tote for a picnic in summertime? Or maybe you simply want to brighten up the home with some seasonal storage.
Do you decorate your home with a nautical theme? Maybe you have a cabin or lakehouse. Include this beautiful project in your decorating.
This tutorial is a 3 for 1! Learn how to make baskets in three different styles. Some include handles, and each pattern is a different size.
Do you need a new basket RIGHT NOW? Work one up using super bulky yarn and you'll be done in no time at all.
This is just the cutest pattern! It would be lovely in spring for the Easter season, or you can make it for a nursery any time of year.
Do you need a new Easter basket for the little ones? Make one out of yarn!
This is the most darling bunny for collecting Easter eggs! That pom pom tail is just the cutest!
Use this as an Easter basket or simply use it as decorative storage in the spring! It's a super cute tapestry project.
This stitch detail is just too pretty! It's a wonderful pattern to practice, and the neutral colors are so classy.
Give your loved one their Valentine's Day gifts in a tote adorned with hearts struck by Cupid's arrow!
This storage solution is so classy it looks like you picket it up at the store. The leather handles really take it to the next level!
Got leftover yarn? Crochet with three strands to make storage that can go in the bathroom or on any surface you'd like!
White yarn tends to make any crochet project more elegant, and this project in particular is at home with your cotton swabs and other spa essentials.
Projects work up more quickly when you crochet with multiple strands held together! Get a nice texture with this project.
This pattern is too cute! Not only will you make a basket with fuzzy yarn for a totally fun look, but you'll learn how to make the amigurumi bunny, too!
These crochet square baskets are one of our most popular patterns on the site! This pattern is written up with three different sizes in mind for you to choose from.
Mini Crochet Basket Patterns
This designer created this project to be an Easter basket, but you can use it for any purpose! The baubles are lovely for great texture that kids will love.
Stop digging around for crochet hooks! This sweet basket works up in a jiffy and sits nicely on your table so you can see at a glance what hooks you need.
Maybe you want to make a pencil cup for the kids as they go back to school. This is a perfect and lovely project to make for them!
Need a little tote to show your love of all things Irish? Make an Irish flag tote with shamrocks included throughout.
Make this classy set of baskets for holding all of your bathroom essentials! The cotton yarn dries easily and quickly, and these are completely washable.
Make a little Easter basket specifically for jelly beans! If this isn't the cutest project ever, I don't know what is.
Speaking of mini, if you're looking for other adorable projects that are small, check out39 Miniature Crochet Patterns
Crochet Hanging Basket Patterns
If you need a little bedside storage for the top bunk of a bunk bed or next to you if you don't have an end table, make this convenient project.
Use chunky yarn to make these plant hangers in a hurry! This project is super cute for summer.
Next some beautiful candles in a mesh hanging basket to create the loveliest luminaries for parties and more.
These little minis include loops so you can hang them on the wall right above your desk.
For another option for adorable hanging baskets, try this tutorial!
What do you need a basket for most right now? What will you store in it?