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Geometric Basket Crochet Pattern

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You can store lots of stuff in this creative and durable Geometric Crochet Basket. #crochetbasket #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict

Geometric Basket Crochet Pattern

So, if you’re anything like me, your space is overflowing with yarn. It’s everywhere. Well, what better place to store your yarn than in a crochet basket made of yarn?!

That’s exactly what the Geometric Crochet Basket is. You can store lots of stuff in this creative and durable basket. But my personal favorite is to put it next to my workstation, overflowing with my yarn haul. I also love that you can use this to as a crochet tote to carry around all your gear as well, perfect for coming and going to yoga class.

It’s got a stylish chevron crochet pattern that will fit into any home’s decor, and it’s got handles for easy transport. Make a laundry bin for your granddaughter headed to college. Or make a stylish basket for neat storage in a small space. This basket will hold up to whatever you need it to be.

It’s made from a bulky Plymouth Encore Mega Yarn. It has extra cushion and softness, and this yarn is THICK. It’s an acrylic wool blend, so you know it’s durable.  

You can store lots of stuff in this creative and durable Geometric Crochet Basket. #crochetbasket #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict

SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Beginner

MATERIALS:

Hook: 8mm

Yarn: 3 skeins of Plymouth Encore Mega in Bright White, 2 skeins of Plymouth Encore Mega in Light Grey, 3 skeins of Plymouth Encore Mega in Dahlia

Tools: Scissors, tapestry needle, french knitter (optional)

ABBREVIATIONS:

st = stitch

ch = chain

sl = slip stitch

sc=single crochet

hdc=half double crochet

dc=double crochet

mc=magic circle

sk=skip stitch

sp=space

FINISHED SIZE: 13″ wide, 17″ tall, handles are 5″ long

SPECIAL INFORMATION: The basket is worked in joined rounds. Join with a slip stitch in the first stitch of the round.
When working on rounds that use two colors, work over the unused color as you single crochet. 

Gauge: First 2 rounds = 2 ½”

You can store lots of stuff in this creative and durable Geometric Crochet Basket. #crochetbasket #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict

PATTERN:

Foundation Rnd: With MC make a magic ring, 8 sc into magic ring, sl st to join.

Rnd 1: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st, and into each st around (16 sc)

Rnd 2: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next st, make 2 sc in the next st* (24 sc)

Rnd 3: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 2 st, make 2 sc in the next st* (32 sc)

Rnd 4: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 3 st, make 2 sc in the next st* (40 sc)

Rnd 5: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 4 st, make 2 sc in the next st* (48 sc)

Rnd 6: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 5 st, make 2 sc in the next st* (56 sc)

Rnd 7: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 6 st, make 2 sc in the next st* (64 sc)

Rnd 8: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 7 st, make 2 sc in the next st* (72 sc)

Rnd 9: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 8 st, make 2 sc in the next st* (80 sc)

Rnd 10: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 9 st, make 2 sc in the next st*  (88 sc)

Rnd 11: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 10 st, make 2 sc in the next st* (96 sc)

Rnd 12: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 11 st, make 2 sc in the next st* (104 sc)

Rnd 13: Ch 1, make 2 sc into the first st *sc into the next 12 st, make 2 sc in the next st* (110 sc)

Rnd 14-22: Ch 1, sc in each st around

Join light grey yarn in and carry along

Row 23: Ch 1 and make a sc into the first 4 st. In the 5th st, begin sc with dahlia yarn (push hook through st, yo pull up a loop), but finish (yo pull through both loops) with light grey. Begin the next sc with light grey, but finish with dahlia. *sc with dahlia in the next 9 st. On the last dahlia sc, finish st with light grey. Begin next st with light grey, and finish with dahlia* Make a sc into each of the remaining 4 st, sl st to join

Row 24: Ch 1, sc in the first st. Sc into each of the next 3 st, switching to light grey on the last st. Make 3 sc in light grey, switching back to dahlia on the last st. * Make a sc into each of the next 7 st, switching to light grey on the last st. Make 3 sc in light grey, switching back to dahlia on the last st.*  Make a sc into each of the remaining 3 st, sl to join.

Row 25: Ch 1, sc in the first st. Sc into each of the next 2 st, switching to light grey on the last st. Make 5 sc in light grey, switching back to dahlia on the last st. * Make a sc into each of the next 5 st, switching to light grey on the last st. Make 5 sc in light grey, switching back to dahlia on the last st.*  Make a sc into each of the remaining 2 st, sl to join.

Row 26: Ch 1, sc in the first st. Sc into the next st, switching to light grey on the last st. Make 7 sc in light grey, switching back to dahlia on the last st. * Make a sc into each of the next 3 st, switching to light grey on the last st. Make 5 sc in light grey, switching back to dahlia on the last st.*  Make a sc into each of the remaining 2 st, sl to join.

Row 27: Ch 1, sc in the first st. Sc into each of the next 2 st, switching to light grey on the last st. Make 5 sc in light grey, switching back to dahlia on the last st. * Make a sc into each of the next 5 st, switching to light grey on the last st. Make 5 sc in light grey, switching back to dahlia on the last st.*  Make a sc into each of the remaining 2 st, sl to join.

Row 28: Ch 1, begin sc in dahlia, finish in light grey.  Make 9 sc in light grey, switching back to dahlia on the last st. *begin the sc in dahlia, ending in light grey. Make 9 sc in light grey* sl to join in light grey.

Rows 29-33 (Light Grey): Ch 1, sc into each st around.

Join white yarn in and carry along

Row 29: Ch 1 and make a sc into the first 4 st. In the 5th st, begin sc with grey yarn (push hook thru st, yo pull up a loop), but finish (yo pull through both loops) with white. Begin the next sc with white, but finish with grey. *sc with grey in the next 9 st. On the last sc, finish st with white. Begin next st with white, and finish with grey* Make a sc into each of the remaining 4 st, sl st to join

Row 30: Ch 1, sc in the first st. Sc into each of the next 3 st, switching to white on the last st. Make 3 sc in white, switching back to grey on the last st. * Make a sc into each of the next 7 st, switching to white on the last st. Make 3 sc in white, switching back to grey on the last st.*  Make a sc into each of the remaining 3 st, sl to join.

Row 31: Ch 1, sc in the first st. Sc into each of the next 2 st, switching to white on the last st. Make 5 sc in white, switching back to grey on the last st. * Make a sc into each of the next 5 st, switching to white on the last st. Make 5 sc in white, switching back to grey on the last st.*  Make a sc into each of the remaining 2 st, sl to join.

Row 32: Ch 1, sc in the first st. Sc into the next st, switching to white on the last st. Make 7 sc in white, switching back to grey on the last st. * Make a sc into each of the next 3 st, switching to white on the last st. Make 5 sc in white, switching back to grey on the last st.*  Make a sc into each of the remaining 2 st, sl to join.

Row 33: Ch 1, sc in the first st. Sc into each of the next 2 st, switching to white on the last st. Make 5 sc in white, switching back to grey on the last st. * Make a sc into each of the next 5 st, switching to white on the last st. Make 5 sc in white, switching back to grey on the last st.*  Make a sc into each of the remaining 2 st, sl to join.

Row 33: Ch 1, begin sc in grey, finish in white.  Make 9 sc in white, switching back to grey on the last st. *begin the sc in grey, ending in white. Make 9 sc in white*

Row 34-47 (white): Ch 1, sc in each st around. Sl to join.

Finishing and Assembly:

If not using a french knitter, make an I cord about 5″ or 12 rows long. To make an I cord, ch 3, and slip first 2 loops of the hook, holding them so they don’t unravel. Yo, and pull through remaining loop. Put the second loop back on the hook, yo and pull through. Repeat for 3rd loop. This finishes the first row, repeat for 12 rows. Be sure to leave a 7-8″ long tail on either side for attaching to basket.

Attach handles by whip st in place 4 rows from the top and with 10-12 st between each side of the handle. Once the first handle is attached, fold basket in half and mark out the placement for the second handle. Whip st in place, and weave in all ends securely.

You can store lots of stuff in this creative and durable Geometric Crochet Basket. #crochetbasket #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict

This project is so versatile and will fit into anyone’s home. Try making it for yourself or a loved one. It can be so easy. 

Bet you can’t make just one…

Looking for more great crochet patterns: Button Up Squares Cowl Neck WarmerEasy Breezy Buttoned CowlBig Chunky ScarfWinter Wonderland ScarfHooded Crochet ScarfElizabeth Stitch Hat Pattern, Easy Striped Crochet Baby Hat

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Tassel Slip-on Slippers Crochet Pattern

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The Tassel Slip-on Slippers are a perfect combination of Boho and modern style. #crochetslippers #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict

Tassel Slip-on Slippers Crochet Pattern

You know how some days you’re just feeling a little indulgent?  It was on one of those exact days that the idea for these ultra-plush Tassel Slip-On Crochet Slippers was born.

I’m one of those people who’s always cold, so I appreciate a good slipper. I wanted to design an easy crochet slipper that would be both super cozy, and also look modern and elegant.

These slippers are a perfect combination of boho and modern style.  They’re worked up in single crochet so not only are they fast to crochet, but they’re also an easy one. They’re a great pattern for those that are learning how to crochet slippers.

I used Cascade 220 Superwash for these slippers and it’s the perfect yarn for this project.  Cascade 220 is 100% wool, so you know you’re working with an all-natural, top quality yarn. Its wool fibers lend this yarn plenty of durability and warmth, which is perfect for these slippers. Plus, it’s super affordable and comes in a wide range of colors so you can make your slippers just as unique as you are.

I used navy to give my Tassel Slippers a little Colonial vibe, but you can use any color you’d like. This crochet slipper pattern will soon be your go-to project for crochet footwear.

The Tassel Slip-on Slippers are a perfect combination of Boho and modern style. #crochetslippers #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict

Materials:

Hook(s) size: 4.5mm

Yarn weight: Worsted

Preferred type of yarn: 100% Superwash Merino Wool

Suggested yarn: 1 skein of Cascade 220 Superwash Merino in Navy (Color A) – 160 yards, 1 skein of Cascade 220 Superwash Merino in Silver Heather (Color B) – 60 yards

Tools – Scissors, tapestry needle

Approx. finished dimensions:  Sole length: 9” Width (widest part of the tongue): 4”

Gauge: 1” = 3 sc by 2.5 rows

Special notes:

  • You will sew together 2 soles for each slipper for added comfort
  • Ch – chain, dc – double crochet, st(s) – stitch(es), sl/st – slip stitch, hdc – half double crochet, sc – single crochet, dc2tog – double crochet 2 together, sc2 tog – single crochet 2 together

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The pattern:

Slipper soles – make 4
Color A: Ch 23
Ch 3 counts as a dc

Round 1: Place 3 dc into the 4th ch from the hook. Dc into the next 18 sts; dc 7 times into the last chain. You will now be working down the other side of the chain. Dc into the next 18 sts, dc 3 times into the same space where you worked the first 3 dc. Sl/st into the top of the first dc. – 50 sts

Round 2: Ch 3, dc into the same st. Place 2 dc into each of the next 3 sts, then hdc into the following 6 sts. Sc into the next 12 sts, then place 2 hdc into each of the next 6 sts. Sc into the next 12 sts, then hdc into the following 6 sts. Place 2 dc into each of the last 3 sts. Sl/st into the top of the first dc. – 62 sts

Round 3: Ch 3, dc into the same st. (1 dc into the next st, 2 dc into the following st); repeat 2 more times. Hdc into the next 7 sts, then sc into the following 14 sts. Place 2 sc into the next st. (1 sc into the following st, 2 sc into the next st); repeat 2 more times. Sc into the next 14 sts, then hdc into the following 7 sts. (Place 2 dc into the next st, 1 dc into the following st); repeat 2 more times. Sl/st into the top of the first dc. Cut yarn and tie off. – 72 sts

Round 4: Place 2 of the soles together right sides facing out and sc together using color B. Sl/st into beginning sc. – 72 sts

Round 5: Ch 1, sc into the same spaces as ch 1 and into each st around. Sl/st into beginning sc, cut yarn and tie off.  – 72 sts

Round 6: Find the center at the top of the sole and count 12 sts to the right. Attach color A into the 12th st. Ch 1, sc into the same st and into the next 15 sts, hdc into the following 4 sts.Dc2tog twice then dc into each of the next 4 sts. Dc2tog twice then hdc into the next 4 sts; sc into the next 16 sts. Hdc into the next 4 sts then dc2tog 6 times; hdc into the last 4 sts. Sl/st into the first sc. – 62 sts

Round 7: Ch 1, sc into the same st and into the next st. Sc2tog 7 times, hdc into the following 4 sts. Dc into the next 10 sts, then hdc into the following 4 sts. Sc2tog 7 times, then sc into the next 2 sts. Sl/st into the next 16 sts, sl/st into beginning sc. – 50 sts

Round 8: Ch 1, sc into the same st and into the next 9 sts. Hdc into the next 4 sts then dc into the following 7 sts. Hdc into the next 4 sts, sc into the following 9 sts. Sl/st into the next 16 st; sl/st into first sc.  Cut yarn and tie off. 50 sts

Tongue: (Make 2)
Ch 3 counts as a dc
Using Color A, ch 5, sl/st into beginning ch

Row 1: Ch 3, dc 6 times into the center of the circle – 7 sts

Row 2: Ch 3, turn. Place 2 dc into each st – 14 sts

Row 3: Ch 3, turn, 2 dc into first st, 1 dc into following st. *2 dc into next st, 1 dc into following st; repeat from* to end. – 21 sts
Ch 1 does not count as a stitch

Row 4: Ch 1, turn. You will now be working down the flat edge of the semi-circle. Sc 12 times across. – 12 sts

Row 5-14: Ch 1, turn. Sc into each st across. – 12 sts
Cut yarn and tie off leaving a long tail to sew the tongue onto the top of the slipper. Pin the tongue into place at the front of the slipper and sew on using a tapestry needle.

Tassels (make 4)
Using color B, wrap yarn around an 8” block, 10 times. Cut a 16” piece of yarn and tie tightly through the loop at the top. Cut another piece of yarn and tie it around the top to create the tassel. Trim the ends until the tassel is approx 2.5”. Sew 2 tassels onto the top of each slipper. Weave in all ends.

The Tassel Slip-on Slippers are a perfect combination of Boho and modern style. #crochetslippers #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict

These slippers are one of my favorite crochet projects. I love working on a speedy crochet pattern, and these slippers are perfect gift ideas for the upcoming holidays because you can make them quickly and easily.

Plus, they’re super cute.  

I think you’re going to love this easy crochet pattern as much as I do, and once you feel the cushy wool, you won’t want to take them off.

Looking for more great crochet patterns: Easy Done in a Day Baby BlanketRound Crochet Bag with TasselTea TowelAligned Cobble Stitch Fingerless GlovesAligned Cobble Anytime TotePrimrose Baby Blanket

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Modern Tea Towel Set Crochet Pattern

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If you’re in need of a good housewarming gift, then this Modern Tea Towel Set is the perfect pattern for you. #crochettowel #crochetteatowel #crochetpattern #crochetaddict #crochetlove

Modern Tea Towel Set Crochet Pattern

If you’re in need of a good housewarming gift, then this Modern Crochet Tea Towel Set is the perfect pattern for you.

I was looking for a good gift to give a friend for her home that would be thoughtful but also wouldn’t be too time-consuming. Sometimes we get sucked into always making crochet hat and scarf patterns but there are also great options outside of the typical crochet accessory patterns.

Thus, the Modern Tea Towel Set was born.  

It uses the crochet spider stitch to give these towels a sturdy texture, and the color-blocked striping gives them a modern flair. This stitch is also easy enough that it’s a great crochet pattern for beginners.

These towels are so cute and they look great hanging in the kitchen. While crochet towel toppers are great, a complete matching kitchen set is even better!

They’re made with Cascade Avalon a blend of 50% cotton, 50% acrylic so it’s easy to care for and is machine wash and dryer safe, which is a must for a crochet kitchen towel.

I used a combination of beige, red, and pink, but these towels can be customized in any color palette.

If you’re in need of a good housewarming gift, then this Modern Tea Towel Set is the perfect pattern for you. #crochettowel #crochetteatowel #crochetpattern #crochetaddict #crochetlove

Modern Tea Towel Crochet Pattern Set

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate

MATERIALS:

Hook: 5.5mm

Yarn:  Cascade Avalon worsted weight yarn

Fawn – 325 yds

Peach – 120 yds

Crimson – 150 yds

Tools: Scissors, tapestry needle, Knitting Nancy (optional)

ABBREVIATIONS:

st = stitch

ch = chain

sl = slip stitch

sc=single crochet

sk=skip stitch

sp=space

SPECIAL INFORMATION: This crochet pattern uses the Spider stitch, as indicated in the pattern. If not using a knitting nancy device (also called a french knitter) for the i-cord, please see the tutorial below.

I-cord: Ch 3, insert hook into the 2nd ch from hook. Pull up a loop, and repeat on the last ch, ending with 3 loops on the hook. Being careful not to let the first two loops unravel, pull them off of the hook. Yo and pull through the first loop. Put the second loop back on the hook, yo and pull through. Put the last loop back on the hook, yo and pull through. This completes the first row of I-cord, repeat for as many rows as is necessary to achieve the desired length.

FINISHED SIZE: Large tea towel is 21” long by 12” wide. Small tea towels are 8” square. I cord loop is 4” long

Gauge: 8 spider st x 14 rows= 4” square

PATTERN:

Large tea towel:

Ch 56 (crimson), sc into the second ch from hook. Ch 1, sc into same st. *Sk 2 ch sc into next st, ch 1, sc into same st* at the end on the row, do not ch.

Row 1: (crimson): Without a turning ch, sc into the first ch 1 sp of the previous row. Ch 1, sc into same ch 1 sp *in next ch 1 sp, sc ch 1 sc*

Rows 2-20: (crimson): Repeat row 1

Rows 21-24: (peach): Repeat row 1

Rows 25-34: (fawn): Repeat row 1

Rows 35-38: (peach): Repeat row 1

Rows 39-72: (fawn): Repeat row 1. After the last row, break yarn

Small tea towel 1:

Ch 41 (peach), sc into the second ch from hook. Ch 1, sc into same st. *Sk 2 ch sc into next st, ch 1, sc into same st* At the end on the row, do not ch.

Row 1: Without a turning ch, sc into the first ch 1 sp of the previous row. Ch 1, sc into same ch 1 sp *in next ch 1 sp, sc ch 1 sc*

Rows 2-10: Repeat row 1

Rows 11-30: (fawn): Repeat row 1

Small tea towel 2:

Ch 41 (fawn), sc into the second ch from hook. Ch 1, sc into same st. *Sk 2 ch sc into next st, ch 1, sc into same st* At the end on the row, do not ch.

Row 1: Without a turning ch, sc into the first ch 1 sp of the previous row. Ch 1, sc into same ch 1 sp *in next ch 1 sp, sc ch 1 sc*

Row 2-6: Repeat row 1

Row 7 & 8: (crimson): Repeat row 1

Row 9-14: (fawn): Repeat row 1

Row 15 & 16: (peach): Repeat row 1

Rows 17-22: (fawn): Repeat row 1

Rows 23 & 24: (crimson): Repeat row 1

Rows 25-30: (fawn): Repeat row 1

Finishing & assembly:

Make 3 4” long I-cords, leaving a 5” tail on each one. Stitch the I-cord to the top left corner of the towels and weave in all ends.

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These crochet dish towels are SO easy to make, and they’re a perfect quick gift for friends or a great addition to your own kitchen.

They’re a wonderful accent to your home space, and you’ll love making these cute crochet kitchen towels. 

If you’re in need of a good housewarming gift, then this Modern Tea Towel Set is the perfect pattern for you. #crochettowel #crochetteatowel #crochetpattern #crochetaddict #crochetlove

Looking for more great crochet patterns: The Aligned Cobble Tea Towel, Button Up Squares Cowl Neck WarmerEasy Breezy Buttoned CowlBig Chunky ScarfWinter Wonderland ScarfHooded Crochet ScarfElizabeth Stitch Hat Pattern, Easy Striped Crochet Baby Hat

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Plant Pot Covers Crochet Pattern

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These Crochet Plant Pot Covers are so colorful, and a great way to liven up any room. #crochetpattern #crochetplantpotcover #crochetproject #crochetlove #crochetaddict

Plant Pot Covers Crochet Pattern

If you’re looking to brighten up your home or need a gift idea for a housewarming present, we’ve got an amazing project for you. These Crochet Plant Pot Covers are so colorful, and a great way to liven up any room. Not only that but this is an easy crochet pattern that’s perfect for showing how to crochet in the round for beginners.

These flower pot sleeves are warm and inviting, and add an element of style to your home. Creating crochet sleeves for your hanging plants has been happening forever. But adding a colorful, fresh look to your potted plants is new and exciting.

Crocheting this pattern is a fun way to practice basic crochet techniques like crochet in the round, single crochet and double crochet. 

Brighten up that dark corner of your home, or draw attention to your windowsill with this bold and easy crochet pattern.

These Crochet Plant Pot Covers are so colorful, and a great way to liven up any room. #crochetpattern #crochetplantpotcover #crochetproject #crochetlove #crochetaddict

Plant Pot Covers Crochet Pattern

Skill Level: Easy
 
Materials:
Hook(s) size: 5.5mm
Yarn weight: Worsted
Preferred type of yarn: Acrylic/wool blend

Suggested yarn: 

  • 1 skein Plymouth Encore Worsted: Color A – #6007 Light Grey Heather
  • 1 skein Plymouth Encore Worsted: Color B – #0208 White
  • 1 skein Plymouth Encore Worsted: Color C – #0478 Neon Pink
Yarn Yardage: Color A – 30 yds, Color B – 40 yds, Color C – 40 yds
 
Tools – scissors, tapestry needle
 
Approx. finished dimensions: Diameter at the top – 8.5” Diameter at the bottom – 5” Height – 6”
 
Gauge: 4” = 11 dc by 8 rows
 
Special notes:

Ch – chain, sl/st – slip stitch, st(s) – stitch(es), dc – double crochet, sc – single crochet

These Crochet Plant Pot Covers are so colorful, and a great way to liven up any room. #crochetpattern #crochetplantpotcover #crochetproject #crochetlove #crochetaddict
The pattern:
Color A
Ch 4, sl/st in first st to create a loop.
Ch 3 counts as a stitch
Round 1: Ch 3, dc 13 times into center. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 14 sts
Round 2: Ch 3, place 2 dc into each st around. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 28 sts
Round 3: Ch 3, dc into each of the next 2 sts, 2 dc into the following st. *Dc into each of the next 3 sts, 2 dc into the following st; repeat from * to end. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 35 sts
Round 4: Ch 3, dc into each of the next 5 sts, 2 dc into the following st. *Dc into each of the next 6 sts, 2 dc into the following st; repeat from * to end. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 40 sts
Round 5-7: Ch 3, dc into each st around. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 40 sts
Cut yarn and tie off.
 
Color B:
Round 8:  Ch 3, dc into each st around. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 40 sts
Round 9: Ch 3. Dc into each of the next 8 sts, 2 dc into the following st. *Dc into each of the next 9 sts, 2 dc into the following st; repeat from * to end. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 44 sts
Attach color C and carry color B (or cut color B and join color C)
 
Color C
Round 10:  Ch 3, dc into each st around. Sl/st into top of ch 3  – 44 sts
Color B
Round 11: Ch 3, dc into each st around. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 44 sts
Round 12: Ch 3. Dc into each of the next 9 sts, 2 dc into the following st. *Dc into each of the next 10 sts, 2 dc into the following st; repeat from * to end. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 48 sts
 
Color C
Round 13:  Ch 3, dc into each st around. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 48 sts  (Cut color C)
 
Color B
Round 14:  Ch 3. Dc into each of the next 10 sts, 2 dc into the following st. *Dc into each of the next 11 sts, 2 dc into the following st; repeat from * to end. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 52 sts
Round 15: Ch 3, dc into each st around. Sl/st into top of ch 3 – 52 sts
Round 16: Ch 1, sc into each st around. Sl/st into ch 1. Cut yarn and tie off. – 52 sts
Tassels: Make 13
 
Color C
Wrap the yarn around 4 fingers, 6 times. Cut a piece of yarn that is twice the length as your tassels; put it through the loop at the top and tie a double knot then tie it through a single crochet. Pull the strings down into the tassel that were used to tie onto single crochet and tie a piece of yarn around the tassel. Wrap the loose end around the knot and pull it through with a tapestry needle. Place tassels around the top, every 4 sts.
Weave in any loose ends.
 
 
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Whether you’re making a gift for someone else, or livening up your own home, these DIY Crochet Plant Pot Covers are bright and fun. They will really add a creative, and bold style to your home. What are you waiting for? You can make one in no time.
 
These Crochet Plant Pot Covers are so colorful, and a great way to liven up any room. #crochetpattern #crochetplantpotcover #crochetproject #crochetlove #crochetaddict
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