Crowning Touch Crochet Basket Pattern

This pattern is called the Crowning Touch Crochet Basket Pattern because of the scalloped edge, which is very easy to achieve. There are a variety of colors to show off the pattern and I have shown my favorite ones shown.

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Two Patterns for the Crochet Basket

This crochet basket below is made with half double crochet and single crochet. I have included that pattern at the bottom of this post. The other colors shown further below are all made with single crochet. No matter which pattern you choose to make, they are both fun and look wonderful.

HDC and SC crochet basket

Homemade Home Decor

Why pay more than you have to for adding color to your scheme. I just love the look of these baskets and they are fun to make. They are addicting.

Crowning Touch Crochet Basket Pattern Printable

Fall Colors

The single crochet basket is in a variety of colors. The colors help the house feel like fall and the fact that they are a useful basket helps keep the clutter under control throughout the house. Homemade DIY Decor adds such a lovely look and feel to a home. Here are pictures of the pattern in a variety of colors.

When you are using your crochet basket, remember that they are reversible. You can achieve a slightly different look depending on which side is showing.

Maroon colored crochet basket
Napa Valley Pinot colored crochet basket
Dark green crochet basket
Vermont Green crochet basket
SC crochet basket
Fisherman Crochet Basket

Directions: Crowning Touch Crochet Basket Pattern

Using Single Crochet

Difficulty

Just a bit beyond beginner.

Materials

Lion Brand Vermont Green (this is the green one)

Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Fisherman (this is the off-white one)

Lion Brand Hometown USA Napa Valley Pinot (the maroon colored one)

Boye Crochet Hook Size N
Yarn Needle
Stitch Marker
Scissors

Abbreviations

SC = single crochet
SL ST = slip stitch
ST = Stitch
CH = chain
HDC – half double crochet

Size

Approximately 5 ½ inches wide by 6 inches high

Directions

Begin with a magic circle. Here is another post with complete directions on how to make a magic circle.

Pictures of the Bottom 

Here are two pictures of the bottom and beginning row of the side of the basket from another soft crochet basket that I completed. If you would like this pattern, you can get that here.

circle for crochet basket

Beginning Round 1: 9 SC in Magic circle and SL ST into first CH (insert a stitch marker in this stitch to help you find the beginning and end of each row…continue to use the stitch marker like this for each row to help identify the beginning and end of each row).

Row 2: 2 SC in each ST and SL ST into first SC. Should be 18 SC in this row. (move the stitch marker to this stitch).

Row 3: *2 SC in first ST, 1 SC in next ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL ST. (Continue to move the stitch marker).

Row 4: *2 SC in first ST, 1 SC in next two ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL ST.

Row 5: *2 SC in first ST, 1 SC in next three ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL ST.

Row 6: 1 SC in back loop of each ST until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL St. This is the first row of the sides of the basket.

Rows 7-18: 1 SC in each ST until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL St. (Continue to move the stitch marker).

Top Scalloped Edge

Row 19: *1 SC, 1 HDC, 1 SC in the first ST, CH 1, Skip ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL St.

Finishing off: pull the yarn through the last loop. Using the yarn needle, weave in the ends of the yarn.

Directions: Crowning Touch Crochet Basket Pattern

Using Half Double Crochet and Single Crochet

HDC and SC crochet basket

Email Address

Difficulty

Just beyond beginner

Materials

Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Fisherman

Boye Crochet Hook Size N
Yarn Needle
Stitch Marker
Scissors

Abbreviations

SC = single crochet
SL ST = slip stitch
ST = Stitch
CH = chain
HDC – half double crochet

Size

Approximately 5 ½ inches wide by 6 inches high

Directions

Begin with a magic circle. Here is another post with complete directions on how to make a magic circle.

Pictures of the Bottom 

Here are two pictures of the bottom and beginning row of the side of the basket from another soft crochet basket that I completed. If you would like this pattern, you can get that here.

circle for crochet basket
Beginning Round 1: 9 SC in Magic circle and SL ST into first CH (insert a stitch marker in this stitch to help you find the beginning and end of each row…continue to use the stitch marker like this for each row to help identify the beginning and end of each row).

Row 2: 2 SC in each ST and SL ST into first SC. Should be 18 SC in this row. (move the stitch marker to this stitch).

Row 3: *2 SC in first ST, 1 SC in next ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL ST. (Continue to move the stitch marker).

Row 4: *2 SC in first ST, 1 SC in next two ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL ST.

Row 5: *2 SC in first ST, 1 SC in next three ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL ST.

Row 6: 1 SC in back loop of each ST until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL St. This is the first row of the sides of the basket.

Rows 7-18: *1 HDC and 1 SC in the first ST, Skip next ST, 1 HDC and 1 SC in the next ST, Skip the next St*. Continue from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL St. (Continue to move the stitch marker).

Top Scalloped Edge

Row 19: *1 SC, 1 HDC, 1 SC in the first ST, CH 1, Skip ST*. Continue this pattern from * until the end of the row and join to the first SC with a SL St.

Finishing off: pull the yarn through the last loop. Using the yarn needle, weave in the ends of the yarn.

Crowning Touch Crochet Basket Pattern Printable

 

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