Basketweave Afghan Square Crochet Pattern
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.
18 thoughts on “Basketweave Afghan Square Crochet Pattern”
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.
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!
Thank you! I’ll be adding more soon.
Thank you for sharing.Your pattern are lovely.
Gracias mil por compartir
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.
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.
No problem, Sara. Thanks for asking!
What does FBdc and BPdc mran?
It stands for Front Post double crochet and Back Post double crochet. I have tutorials on them if you need help.
BPdc – https://ambassadorcrochet.com/2012/01/05/bpdc-back-post-double-crochet/
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!
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?)
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 :-)