Olive Green Super Chunky Storage Basket Crochet Kit
This easy crochet storage basket is the perfect project to do over a weekend and is a lovely functional piece of home decor with a modern, minimalist look. This pattern is made using our new Rug Making Yarn, giving a strong and sturdy structure that doesn’t get fluffy and frayed like a more traditional super chunky wool.
Each kit contains enough of our Rug Making Yarn for this pattern plus a little extra if you’d like to make your basket a bit larger or if you want to make a second smaller basket to match. Once you get the hang of the basics of this pattern, it’s really simple to alter the width and height, making it easy to create a basket that’s the perfect size for whatever you’d like to fill it with. You can find details on how to adjust the size under the ‘Final Size’ section of the pattern.
As the pattern is written, this storage basket is a great size for storing a couple of blankets and keeping in the corner of your living room. It would also make a great basket for storing your wool and work in progress projects, or as a pretty toy basket.
- 1700g Wool Dreadlock Yarn
- 12mm Gold Aluminium Crochet Hook
- Storage Basket Pattern (adjustable size)
Available in 5 Different Colours
Yarn is slightly felted, chunky weave
19 in stock
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