The Nestie Basket Bunch come as a trio of three perfect sizes: small, medium and large. A spike stitch across the rounds gives colour contrast and texture detail. Choose the colour combination that matches your home and enjoy making this easy project that gives you stunning results. With so many more of us working from home, at least for part of the week, our thoughts turn to how to make our environments reflect our own personal style and how to make them more cosy. What could be nicer than practical, yet stylish Nestie Baskets in your favourite colours.
Designer: Lindsey Newns of Lottie and Albert
Design inspiration: Crochet Crafting with Lindsey Newns and the Nestie Basket Bunch
Collection: &Make SS23
More from Lindsey Newns: Cloudspotter Tee
This pattern is also available as a kit, that includes the PDF pattern, 4 balls of &Make Super Bulky yarn and a free &Make Project Bag.
The Fibre Co. &Make Super Bulky (100% Peruvian Highland wool, 80 m (87 yd) per 100 g ball) in shades Betty White (A) – 1 ball, Spearmint (B) – 1 ball, and Monster (C) – 2 balls.
The Nestie Baskets are worked from the base upwards. The base is worked in the round with a join at the end of each round, increasing on each round to create a flat circle. The sides of the basket are worked in the round with a join, but they are worked straight, with no increasing or decreasing.
SIZES AND MEASUREMENTS:
The Nestie Basket Bunch comes as a set in three sizes: S (M, L)
Finished circumference (top edge): 41 (49, 56) cm [16.5 (19.5, 22) in]
Finished height: 11 (14.5, 18) cm [4.5 (6, 7) in]
Finished base diameter: 12 (14, 16) cm [approximately 5 (5.5, 6.5) in]
For the base: 30 stitches and 5 rounds to 10 cm (4 in) measured over double crochet and worked in the round, using an 8mm (US 6) crochet hook.
For the sides: 11.5 stitches and 9 rounds to 10 cm (4 in) measured over spike stitch and worked in the round, using an 8mm (US 6) crochet hook.
NEEDLES AND NOTIONS REQUIRED:
- 8mm (US L/11) crochet hook (or size to obtain gauge)
- 1 removable stitch marker — to remind you where the round ends
- 1 darning needle — to weave in ends
- Working in the round
- Spike stitch
The most current version of this pattern is V1. Please note you will be purchasing the latest pattern version. Pattern updates are sent to all customers who have purchased a pattern either through email or a Ravelry message.
If you find you are working with an older version please go to our errata page for details of corrections and updates made. You can find the version you are working from by checking the pattern page footers.
This crochet pattern comes as a PDF file, which will be downloadable via a link that will be emailed to you after purchase.
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