This Lemon Farmhouse Basket is so quick to crochet. Add a stiff cardboard liner and the sides will stay tall and strait. You can use it to hold dinner rolls, and it coordinates perfectly with the other Lemon Farmhouse items. This basket uses unique stitches that give it that little pop. This pattern is part of the “Summer Celebration at Krissys”.
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The Lemon Farmhouse Basket goes perfectly with the other items in the Lemon Farmhouse Kitchen and Table Decor Crochet patterns.
I created a Towel Topper It was a first for me. I really enjoyed designing it, and I am sure there will be more variations to come. The Lovely Lemons are the perfect embellishment to the towel topper, and I think they would look so cute as a garland. Of course there are placemats, mug rugs and coasters.
If you would like to know how to add a stiff liner with a cute ruffle to the top of the Lemon Farmhouse Basket, this video will show you how.
Lemon Farmhouse Basket Crochet Pattern:
Red Heart Super Saver; MC= White; CC1 Yellow; CC2 = Navy
Round Basket – 2 strands held together; MC= White – 200 yds; CC1 = Yellow – 70 yds; CC2 = Navy – 10 yds
Notes on Yarn Used:
If using a lightweight cotton such as Hobby Lobby’s “I Love This Cotton” it will make a smaller product.
using K hook: 4″ x 4″ = 10 st’s across x 11 rows high
holding two strands of yarn together, ch 20
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, ch 1 & turn
Row 2: sc in each st across, ch 1 & turn
Row 3 – 15: repeat Row 2
Hooks Needed For the Lemon Farmhouse Basket
MC = Main Color = White
CC1 = Contrasting Color = Yellow
CC2 = Contrasting Color = Navy
ch = Chain
sc = Single Crochet
bp sc = Back Post Single Crochet
h bp sc = High Back Post Single Crochet – wrap the hook high around the post, above the third loop to execute a back post sc
dc = Double Crochet
join w/ = join with
slp st = Slip Stitch
skp = Skip
sp. = Space
nxt = Next
prev. = previous
st./st’s = stitch or stitches
beg. = beginning
* * = Complete sequence between the stars, the number of times stated;
x = Times; example Repeat 2 x or 2 times; 3 x or 3 times and so on;
in = example “in nxt st” means you will be inserting the hook under the top two loops of the next stitch to complete stitch or sequence of stitches stated
yo = Yarn Over
Special Stitch Guide:
crab stitch = reverse single crochet, executing a sc backwards.
mb = Mini Bean Stitch = insert hook into the stitch indicated, draw up a loop, yo, insert hook into the same st, draw up a loop, yo, draw thru all 4 loops on hook, ch 1 to close the stitch.
The mb stitch is a unique cluster stitch. When the pattern is worked in rows each row of stitches has a right and left tilt. It is easy to use the ch 1 space to execute the cluster, but it will not give you the right, left tilt.
Using “L” hook & holding 2 strand’s of MC, ch 3 & join in a ring
ch 1, 11 hdc in ring; join w/slp st to beg. hdc (11 st)
ch 1, 2 hdc in joining st and in each st around; join w/slp to beg. hdc. (22 hdc)
ch 1, hdc in joining st, 2 hdc in nxt *hdc in nxt st, 2 hdc in nxt* repeat around; join w/slp to beg. hdc. (33 hdc)
ch 1, hdc in joining st, hdc in nxt st, 2 hdc in nxt *hdc in nxt st (2x), 2 hdc in nxt* repeat around; join w/slp to beg. hdc. (44 hdc)
ch 1, hdc in joining st, hdc in nxt st (2x), 2 hdc in nxt *hdc in nxt st (3x), 2 hdc in nxt* repeat around; join w/slp to beg. hdc. (55 hdc)
ch 1, hbp sc in joining st and in each st around; join w/slp to beg. hdc. (55 hdc)
Round 7 & 8: Use “K” hook throughout the rest of the pattern.
ch 1, sc in joining st and in each st around; join w/slp to beg. sc. At the end of Row 8, drop MC & pull up CC2 at the slp st, (55 st’s)
Round 9: Surface Slip Stitch Round
Follow this Video on how to execute the Surface Slip Stitch
slp st in each st around, in a loose fashion, execute a join by slip stitching under the first slp st made, end off . Yarn tails should be at the front, to finish this round thread the yarn tail into a yarn needle, and put the needle in between the “V” of the two loops, and draw the yarn to the inside of the basket. This sequence of stitches should not be tight as it will pull the basket out of shape. (55 st’s)
Pull up MC; By pass Row 9 & execute this next row into Row 8. You can see the top two loops of Row 8 behind the slp st’s of Row 9. Insert your hook under the top two loops. sc in 1st st, and in each st around; join w/slp st to beg sc. (55 st’s)
ch 1, sc in 1st st, and in each st around; join w/slp st to beg sc. At the end of Row 13, drop MC & pull up CC1 at the slp st. Cut MC leaving leaving approx. a 6″ tail to weave in later. (55 st’s)
Round 14: Mini Bean Stitch Rounds Will Follow
Follow this video on how to execute the Mini Bean Stitch
mb in 1st st; *skp st, mb in nxt st;* repeat around; join w/slp st to 2nd ch of beg. mb; ch 1 & turn. (28 mb st’s)
Round 15 & 16:
mb in 1st mb st, and in each mb st around; join w/slp st to 2nd ch of beg mb; ch 1 & turn. At the end of Row 16, drop CC1 & pull up MC at the slp st. Cut CC1 leaving approx. a 6″ tail to weave in later.(28 mb st’s)
ch 1, sc in 1st st, and in each st around; join w/slp st to beg. sc (55 st’s)
ch 1, crab st in 1st st, and in each st around; join w/slp st to beg. sc. End off and weave in all ends.(55 st’s)
Finished Measurements: 7″ diameter; 5″ high
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Deb Forbes says
I love the colors and the pattern. I can’t wait to make it
Thank you so much Deb!
Tammy Epperson says
I love this pattern, you are so talented
Lynne Moore says
Love the uplifting colors of this whole grouping. The color combo’s are endless!!!
Thank you so much Lynne…and I agree…the color combos are endless!
Absolutely gorgeous! Love that it is something you can change up depends on the season or occasion. The liner is stunning & very eye catching.
Thank you Juliana…I think that liner would be so cute in a yellow gingham check too…so many different ways to style this set.
Cheryl Myers says
Love the colors, this is definitely on my bucket list!!
Thank you Cheryl. Please feel free to share pics when you get them made…I love seeing pics!
Wendy Cohoon says
Just love this set!!!
Thank you so much Wendy!
Betty Draskinis says
Love it, reminds me of a summer cake.
Thanks…I think you are right! It does look like a cake!
Vicki Emmart says
Love the basket and how to make liner. I am wondering if I could use tacky glue instead of glue gun?
Thank you so much! I have never worked with tacky glue before. Does it set up really quick like Hot Glue does?
I love this basket. I think it’s my favorite of the lemon themed patterns. But, only because I just love baskets.
Thank you…I love baskets too!