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Crochet Hanging Baskets Free Pattern

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How to Crochet Hanging Baskets

I have an incredibly fun and functional project to share with you today. This pattern is all about adding a unique touch to your home while making your life tidier. Today, I’ll be sharing an exclusive free pattern for hanging crochet baskets, an artistic and fun way to organize your pantry, kitchen, or mud room! These baskets can be used to hold potatoes, garlic, onions when hung in the kitchen. If you prefer to hang them by your front door or mud room, these baskets would be perfect for holding mittens, scarves, and toques in the winter; or sunglasses, baseball hats, and sunscreen in the summer.

Free Pattern and Video Tutorial

But there’s more to this post than just a pattern. It’s the result of an exciting collaboration with one of my favourite bloggers my good friend, Trish from TurmericMeCrazy. TurmericMeCrazy is an extraordinary blog that beautifully combines the art of cooking with the excitement of home renovation. Born out of a love for crafting delectable allergen friendly recipes and transforming spaces, TurmericMeCrazy is all about creating magic in the kitchen and beyond, which makes our collaboration so much more special. I hope you will check out her blog and follow her because she truly is a beautiful soul, and an extremely talented chef. My favourite recipe from her blog is her Vegan Gluten Free White Chocolate Raspberry Scones, I’m drooling just thinking about them!

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Back to the baskets! This pattern is perfect for beginners and seasoned crocheters alike. We have made sure to create an easy-to-follow design that won’t leave you feeling overwhelmed or confused. In fact, with just a few basic stitches, you’ll be on your way to creating a functional and beautiful hanging basket of your own.

And to make things even easier for you, we’ve put together a step-by-step video tutorial that will guide you through the entire process. So whether you’re a visual learner or you just prefer to work at your own pace, you can feel confident in your work by following the steps in the video.

We hope you’re as excited about this pattern as we are! We would love to see and share your finished projects too! Simply tag us on Instagram (@leelee_knits, and @turmeric_me_crazy) with a photo of your completed crochet hanging baskets.

Stay creative and happy crocheting! 🧶💕


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Crochet Hanging Baskets Pattern

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What You’ll Need to Make Your Baskets:

You will need the following materials to make one hanging basket:



Ad Free PDF File

The free crochet pattern for these hanging baskets is available right here on this page, as this site is sustained through ad support.

If you like things a little more streamlined, I’ve put together an ad-free, downloadable PDF version of the pattern. It’s perfect for easy printing and can be can be purchased through My Ravelry Store or by clicking the “Purchase PDF File” button to the right.

Thank you so much for your support! It means the world to me, and I’m beyond grateful to be able to share my passion with you all.


Abbreviations & Special Stitches:

Ch: Chain.

Sc: Single Crochet.

Dc: Double Crochet.

HHDC: Herringbone Half Double Crochet – Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, yarn over and draw through the stitch AND the 1st loop on the hook, yarn over and draw through remaining loops on hook.

Sp: Space.

Ss: Slip Stitch.

Sts: Stitches.

SCBO: Single Crochet in Back Loop Only.

Hanging Basket Measurements:

Finished hanging basket measures 6” wide X 14” long while hanging with the weight of vegetables in it.



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Crochet Hanging Baskets Full Video Tutorial:

Hanging Baskets Free Crochet Pattern

The Free Pattern:

Make a magic circle (also called magic loop or ring). Watch video below for a quick demo.

Magic Circle Made Easy #crochettutorial #crochet #crochetforbeginners #amigurumi

Round 1: CH1, 8 HHDC in magic circle; join to beginning ch1 sp with SS (8 Sts).

Round 2: CH1, HHDC twice in each st; join to beginning ch1 sp with SS (16 Sts).

Round 3: CH1, *HHDC twice in next st, HHDC in next st; repeat from * to end of round; join to beginning ch1 sp with SS (24 Sts).

Round 4: CH1, *HHDC twice in next st, HHDC in next 2 sts; repeat from * to end of round; join to beginning ch1 sp with SS (32 Sts).

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Rounds 5-11: CH1, HHDC twice in first st, HHDC in remaining sts until last st, HHDC twice in last st; join to beginning ch1 sp with SS (46 Sts at end of round 11).

Rounds 12-15: CH1, SCBO twice in first st, SCBO in remaining sts until last st, SCBO twice in last st; join to beginning ch1 sp with SS (54 Sts at end of round 15).

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After joining the last round, ch5 and then cut yarn leaving a tail long enough to weave in. insert the hook into the same space and pull the tail through to secure.

Weave in loose ends and enjoy your new hanging basket!


Pattern PDF File

I hope you enjoyed this free hanging baskets crochet pattern.

If you’d like your own copy, the Ad-Free PDF file (which will be emailed to you automatically) can be purchased through Ravelry, or by clicking the “Purchase PDF File” button to the right.

Thank you so much for your support! It means the world to me, and I’m beyond grateful to be able to share my passion with you all.


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2 Responses

  1. Hi….love this pattern! I’ve been working on mine and just wondering before I continue….will the seam move up at a slant? Or am I doing something wrong?

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