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Cute Crochet Easter Basket

By: Sherry Nappa from
Cute Crochet Easter Basket
Cute Crochet Easter Basket
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In the Designer's Words: "I love beautiful baskets, and spring is the perfect time of year to make a DIY Easter Basket. I’m using Red Heart® Super Saver® yarn from my large yarn stash to crochet this versatile yet beautiful basket. The basket is worked as one piece: Crochet the bottom first followed by the basket’s sides. One round is reversed for a long tie, but this can easily be replaced with a solid row of single crochet. I finished the basket with a reverse single crochet border, one of my favorite crochet stitches."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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Why oh why do I keep coming back to look at this site some more? I have three baby dresses, a kitchen towel set and some clay jewelry ptjects all going at the same time. I don't need any more but here I am looking at this cute basket. I think the grand kids would like one and there are four of them. But at least it would be soft if they hugged it and not get stabbed with broken plastic or straw.


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