Crochet Basket Pattern

Are you looking for a quick & easy basket pattern? I designed this mini basket to hold all my crochet hooks and needles.

I promise this free crochet basket pattern will help keep all those knick-knacks & desk supplies in one spot!

Read on down to find the free crochet pattern for this T-shirt yarn basket!

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Happy Crocheting!

Mini Basket Pattern

I finally finished this mini basket crochet pattern I was working on (for what seemed like forever)1 It was my fault since this is a quick project but, I was putting off weaving in ends! The worst. Right?

I know that everyone’s favorite part of working with yarn is weaving in ends. Just kidding, I know it’s not! It’s really not that bad, promise!

The Yarn For This Basket

I used less than a skein of bulky T-shirt yarn that I found at my local craft store to make these T-shirt yarn crochet baskets.  Yay! I love fast and quick projects!

I have found some great tutorials online like this one from Mollie Makes about How to Make T-Shirt Yarn if you aren’t able to find any in your local yarn stores.

You could also use Bernat Maker yarn as a substitute, and it will work just as well.

I also love the fact that because this tee yarn is bulkier, it is the perfect solution to the age-old questions how do I make a crochet basket stiffer and sturdier?

Use Bulky Six Yarn Instead!

This crochet basket pattern takes minimal yarn and could even be made with a bulky 6 yarn as a substitute if you have trouble finding T-shirt Yarn. I recommend using Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick as a great substitution.

Mini Crochet Basket Pattern
Simple Crochet Basket Pattern can be found below! Keep on Reading!

Ready To GEt Started?

If you like this basket pattern, you may also like my Chunky Crochet Basket Pattern too! Read on down for the full, FREE crocheted mini basket pattern and tutorial!

Don’t have time now? Save the design to Ravelry so you can make these mini storage baskets later on.

Happy Crocheting Basket Making!

Small Basket Crochet Pattern

Skill Level: Easy

Materials

  • About 100 yards of -T-shirt Yarn or Bernat Maker or any bulky 5 yarn
  • Crochet hook size J 6.00 MM
  • Large yarn needle
  • Scissors

Crochet Abbreviations

Notes

  • Gauge = 4 ST’s for every 2″
  • Finished Size = 3″ Height & 12″ Circumference
  • Written in standard US terms

The Pattern Steps

Round 1: CH 2, in 2nd CH from the hook do 10 HDC’s, SL ST to first HDC. (10)

Round 2: CH 2, in first ST {HDC, HDC}, {HDC, HDC}in every ST around, SL ST to top of the first HDC (20)

Round 3: CH 2, in first ST {HDC, HDC}, *HDC in next ST, {HDC, HDC} in next ST, repeat from * around, ending with 1 HDC in last ST, SL ST to top of the first HDC (30)

Round 4: CH 1, in the first ST SC, SC in every ST around, SL ST to top of first SC. (30)

Round 5-8: Repeat round 4. (30)

Round 9: CH 1, Sl ST into first ST, SL ST into every ST around, SL ST to top of first SL ST. (30)

Finishing: Fasten off and weave in loose ends throughout your mini crochet basket.

Crochet Mini Basket Pattern by Easy Crochet. Click to Read or Pin and Save for Later!

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  3. Anonymous says:

    I plan on making a basket it looks easy but it will be my first ever crochet work I am nervous

  4. Can you recommend a yarn besides tshirt that may work well? I don’t have any tshirt but I have tons of other kinds!

    1. Hi Megan,
      A thick bulky 6 yarn would work great 🙂 Something like Lion Brand Thick & Quick would be perfect.

  5. Thank you, Krista! I’ve never worked with T-Shirt Yarn before… always looking to try something new 🙂

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