Basketweave Afghan Square Crochet Pattern

Posted by on January 6, 2012 in Crochet | 18 comments

I love the basketweave stitch.  It is so versatile and can be adjusted to be bigger or smaller weaves.  I had to make a 12″ afghan square for my Baker’s Dozen group on Ravelry, so I decided to make one using the basket weave stitch.

Here is my free pattern for my Basketweave Afghan Square.

To get a free download of the pattern, click the link below.

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Happy Crocheting!

 

 

18 Comments

  1. I am so happy that you sell these pattern so inexpensive.
    I’ve been to AC Moore Michael’s all out of my price range.
    Thank you so much.
    Dolores Soltys

    • Thanks, Dolores!

  2. I love the basket weave pattern! I have been a crocheter for 25 years but I recently started looking for new patterns. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Thank you for sharing.Your pattern are lovely.

  4. Gracias mil por compartir

  5. KRISTENE IAM SORRY TO TELL YOU THAT I TRIE THE BASKET WEAVE PATTERN BUT COUD NOT DO IT , IF THERE IS SOMETHING I COUJD TRY PLEASE LET ME KNOW! THANK YOU IN ADVANCE RUTH

    • Can you tell me exactly what isn’t working for you? If I know where you’re having trouble I may be able to clarifying it for you.

  6. I love this square. I am slowly working on many of them in order to make a pixel blanket for my husband! I am so excited even though it is a lot of work with all of the other projects I am working on. I do hope you don’t mind that I mentioned you and this particular post in my blog.

    http://nelsonsinwonerland.blogspot.com/2013/07/sorry-for-long-wait.html

  7. What does FBdc and BPdc mran?

  8. I love the basket weave pattern I have been crocheting for awhile now but I am trying to learn new stitches so I thought I would give this a try so thank you for sharing I hope to learn a lot more different patterns.

    • Good luck, Elizabeth!

  9. I am planning on making a small mermaid tail blanket for my niece using a chunky variegated yarn. Would th e basket weave stitch be a way to go, or a yarn chomper? I want warm and snuggle but not heavy and boring… Thank you!!

    • Hi Marsha! The basketweave would definitely make it thick and warm, but yes, it would take up a lot more yarn. Maybe just a tighter stitch would give you the effect you are looking for (like sc or hdc?)

  10. I very much appreciate your sharing your talent and caring with us this way. Every pattern I copy I am filled with gratitude to you! Thank you :-)

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