My Owl Basket is in the newest Fall/Winter 2015 Better Homes And Gardens Make it Yourself magazine now.
Plus there are 75+ other adorable projects in there to try as well. I’m off to try my first Monkey’s Fist Knot now (it’s in the magazine.)
*Offer good until Sunday, July 13th midnight Pacific time. Good only for pattern listed.
The Owl Basket pattern above uses four strands of bulky yarn at once to make huge stiff stitches. I’ve had a couple of requests on the best way to crochet like this, so I made a video.
The tutorial below will show you not only how to work with multiple strands of yarn, but will help those wanting their Owl Basket to be as stiff as possible. It also gives some other reasons why you might want to work with multiple yarns in your own projects. So watch on!
My newest pattern is here!
These reversible baskets are a great way to try out Fair Isle Crochet.
Using medium worsted weight yarn, you can start with the small leaf basket to get your feet wet and eventually move on to the large owl basket when you’re ready.
Not only are these baskets cute, but they are practical. You can reverse from pattern to a solid color by simply flipping them inside out.
Get them for free with any purchase in my shop.
There is no minimum amount to purchase.
Just add this pattern and another to your cart and put promo code: freepat in at checkout to receive a discount for the amount of this pattern.
This offer is good until Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013 midnight Pacific time.
If you are reading this and missed the offer, be sure to follow the blog so you don’t miss the good deals next time!
If you have been looking for Cascade Eco to make the Owl Basket, it is on sale right now at Craftsy (along with a lot of other yarn up to 72% off!). They have Lion Brand Hometown as well, which is a 100% acrylic super bulky that would work great for the basket. The sale ends tonight at midnight so hurry over!