crochet pattern: jute and cotton stacking baskets

My to-date most comprehensive and detailed instructional booklet is now available through EtsyCraftsy, and Ravelry.

Stacking Crochet Baskets, a Pattern Designed by JaKiGu

Cotton Lace and Jute Stacking Baskets Crochet Pattern by JaKiGu-Jana K Gusich

Three basket sizes. Nine pattern sections. Sixty-two photos. Five step-by-step photo tutorials. Twenty pages of countless notes, tips, and tricks.

Stacking Baskets Crochet Pattern by JaKiGu

If you like it, you might want to check out my Jute and Cotton Crochet Series for additional basket designs.

Stacking Baskets Crochet Pattern by JaKiGu

Stacking Baskets Crochet Pattern by JaKiGu

Stacking Baskets Crochet Pattern by JaKiGu

Stacking Baskets Crochet Pattern by JaKiGu

Stacking Baskets Crochet Pattern by JaKiGu

Stacking Baskets Crochet Pattern by JaKiGu

Stacking Baskets Crochet Pattern by JaKiGu

Stacking Baskets Crochet Pattern by JaKiGu

Crochet Stacking Baskets, a Crochet Pattern

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15 thoughts on “crochet pattern: jute and cotton stacking baskets

    1. I’m working on it – still! It’s one of those projects that I love to hate. Should be couple more weeks. I’ll send you the pattern for free when it’s finished (your website has your email address, so I’ll send it there). OK?

    1. What a sweet thing to say! Thank you! I would love to send you a coupon, if you’d like, Zuzzan; I just need your email address! (It appears you commented without typing in your email address). Send me a quick message at jakigumail {at} gmail {dot} com; and the coupon will be on its way in no time.

  1. I stumbled upon your baskets online and am thrilled you’re selling the patterns! I can’t wait to find the time to start crocheting again!

  2. I’m in love with Jute and Cotton as well. I stocked up over the weekend and will be purchasing the patterns for both of the round stacking baskets tonight. I’ve only been crocheting a short time. Do you think they will be okay for a beginner?

    1. The whole design is made in the three of the most basic crochet stitches: chain stitch, slip stitch, and a single crochet. That’s it. If you are confident working these three stitches, you shouldn’t run into any issues – technically. I must warn you (and that’s why I officially do not recommend this pattern for beginners – though I’d never try to talk you out of trying) – especially the first few rounds of the jute bottom, which is basically how you will begin, can be quite tricky to work as you are working with thick cord and a crochet hook that is a little smaller than what should be used for that cord thickness. The pattern includes tips on how to get through these first rounds – all you need is a little patience until you figure that jute out. It doesn’t take long 🙂 Happy crocheting!!!

  3. Have been wanting to try a basket and love the look of the jute and cotton. Where do I buy the patterns for the round baskets?

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