These crocheted hanging baskets are perfect for storing knick-knacks and craft items or can just be used as decoration.They can be used to display easy-to-care for air plants around the house.

The pattern for this hanging basket is really easy to use and is mostly made using single crochet and half double crochet. See below…

For this pattern You will need:
– 1 skein Ribbon Yarn & a crochet hook nr 6 (US 10)
– A stitch marker.
– A big needle with a round point to weave in the ends.
-The basket will be about 12 cm x 12 cm or 4,7-inch x 4,7 inch.

The stitches used in this design:
– The chain stitch (CH ST)
– The single crochet (SC)
– The slip stitch (SL ST)

1. Make 3 chain stitches and close in a circle with a slip stitch.

2. Make 6 SC in the middle of the circle and mark Your first SC with a stitch marker (or safety pin). (6 st)

3. Make 2 SC in each stitch, replace the stitch marker (12)

4. (Make 1 SC in the first stitch and 2 SC in the next stitch) Replace stitch marker.

Repeat ( ) another 5 times. (18st)

5. (Make 1 SC in the first 2 stitches and 2 SC in the third stitch) Replace the stitch marker.

Repeat ( ) another 5 times. (24st)

6. (Make 1 SC in the first 3 stitches and 2 SC in the 4th stitch) Replace stitch marker.

Repeat ( ) another 5 times. (30st)

7. (Make 1 SC in the first 4 stitches and 2 SC in the 5th stitch) Replace stitch marker.

Repeat ( ) another 5 times. (36st)

8. (Make 1 SC in the first 5 stitches and 2 SC in the 6th stitch) Replace the stitch marker.

Repeat ( ) another 5 times. (42st

9. (Make a SC in each stitch around, replace stitch marker. (42st)) Repeat ( ) another 7 times.

10. Make 10 chain stitches

11. skip 9 stitches and attach with a SCin the 10th stitch. go around with a SC in each stitch.
(Now we see where the stitch marker is the beginning of the new round, we don’t need to move him anymore.

12. Go another round all around with a SCin each stitch. (42st)

13. Make a slip stitch in each stitch so You get a nice decorative border. (42st)

14. Cut of the tread and pull true the loop. Take a big needle with a round point, and stitch in the loose ends.

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