Whether you are a craft lover and have craft supplies all over your home, have kids, and can’t seem to find enough space to store all the toys, or you simply need more organizing space, we have a great idea, especially if you are into crocheting. We suggest that you crochet baskets and bowls to keep things organized around your home. They are not only easy to make, budget-friendly, practical, but also decorative.
Choose your favorite colors and preferred patterns and start making new storage baskets and bowls. They can also be used as a beautiful gift. The patterns we are sharing are totally free, and most of them are suitable even for beginners. So, go ahead and take a look…
10. Chunky crochet storage tubs
These storage baskets are great for keeping your craft supplies organized. They are just the perfect size and will keep everything neat and tidy. To crochet 1 big and 1 small tub, you will need A 1kg (2.2lbs) cone of recycled cotton cord, type 12 in Optic White, 10mm crochet hook, and a darning tapestry needle with a large eye.
9. Color block crochet basket
Are you tired of all those toys around the house? It seems like there is never enough space to store them. Well, this basket is a perfect solution. The pattern is free and easy to follow. You can choose colors that go well with your interior. To crochet it, you will need 4 to 5 skeins of bulky weight yarn, a 0.00 mm hook, scissors, stitch marker, embroidery needle, ruler.
8. Oval shaped crochet basket with handles
Can you believe you can make this amazingly beautiful crocheted basket for only $2? You will need some cotton yarn and a nice free pattern you can find on the link above. This pattern is worked up with 2 strands of yarn held together. It is detailed and easy to follow due to the step-by-step photos.
7. Free Crochet Bowl Pattern
Use chunky t-shirt yarn to crochet these simple but useful and pretty bowls. You can make them in less than half an hour – even if you are a beginner crocheter. So get some T-shirt yarn (handmade by you or from the store), size P-15 crochet hook, and scissors, and start crocheting your set of bowls.
6. Hoooked Zpagetti Basket
How gorgeous is this crocheted basket? We simply love the form, the size, the color, everything! And the pattern for making it is totally free. The hooked spaghetti basket will make an excellent organizer for your home. It is made with Hoooked Zpagetti, a revolutionary super chunky yarn made from recycled fashion garments. The pattern is so easy to follow, even for beginners.
5. Crochet Nesting Baskets
Here is another project with the fab zpagetti yarn. This time it is a pattern for crocheting lovely little baskets to keep your crafty bits and pieces organized. You can even make the baskets nest into each other. To make them, you will need zpagetti yarn in assorted colours, a 12mm Bamboo hook, and a stitch marker.
4. Vintage Lace Bowl
This vintage lace bowl is adorable, and we have the link to the free pattern just under the photo. This is a pattern for intermediate level crocheters and higher, so skip it if you are a beginner. Gather all that you need and crochet this lace bowl. Keep in mind that you will have to stiffen it in the end, so you will need to use a commercial stiffener or a trusty homemade recipe of sugar and water.
3. Foxy Stash Basket
Oh, look at that cute foxy stash basket! We would love to have it in our homes. It is the ultimate storage basket, so we are sure you are already preparing yourself to start crocheting. Make one (or more) for yourself but make another for a yarn-loving friend as a perfect gift!
2. Mini granny square crochet baskets
These little granny square baskets are not only adorable but useful too. They are perfect for storing yarn, accessories, manicure sets, makeup, etc. They are sweet, colorful, and easy to make as well. Use your favorite color combination. To make them, you will need cotton yarn, a crochet hook that matches your yarn size, a piece of fabric, scissors, thread, and a needle.
1. Mega Bulky Crochet Baskets
These huge baskets are a welcomed addition to any home as they are perfect for organizing. They are also very decorative and, most importantly, very easy to make – even for beginners. You can fill them with your scraps of yarn or fill them with blankets, towels, magazines, or whatever you wish. Make sure you use Super Bulky/Super Chunky yarn. We are sure you’ll love these baskets, and you will happily share this pattern with your fellow yarn lovers.