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BASKET WEAVE STITCH – Learn to crochet the basketweave stitch with this FREE easy follow, step-by-step video tutorial with written instructions. The basket weave stitch create stunning results with a dense textured finish.

Find the written instructions here:- bit.ly/38UPDaj

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This can vary, it really can be however big or small you like, but i generally do 4×4 or 5×5.

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Again, this can vary. I would suggest that you do your chain and lay it down agains the bed you are wanting it for. It should be the same width. You should then ad a few more to make it a little wider.

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  1. Great Video! Clear instructions and great pacing. Love the pattern.🥰

  2. great video!! Question?? If I were to make a headband in the round starting off with a double crochet foundation. Would I still have to add the extra 7 stitches if I were crocheting in the round and have multiples of 8? I'm looking to make a "tube"

  3. tulsic says:

    yes just tried thank you(:

  4. thank you for your tutorial! the way you explain it and your pace makes it easy for a beginner like me. i made this blanket following your tutorial using Big Twist Cuddle yarn and it’s the softest and most beautiful throw for our living space!

  5. BELLA NOVA says:

    I really like this video! I was able to follow along pretty easily :)! Thank you for posting this video!!! It was a great follow along.

  6. Maria Hood says:

    Could I maybe make several smaller sample sizes with this pattern, in different colors, and somehow join them? I get the feeling that would look pretty cool!

  7. Elke Hamade says:

    Question: how do you sew with such a short thread???

  8. I’ll need to try this one! Pretty!

  9. I like this pattern too your teaching is the best thank you so much

  10. Diane Luna says:

    So after row 5 u start over with row 2 for the 4 row repeat??

  11. You are absolutely amazing!! Perfectly explained. Thank you so much!

  12. tulsic says:

    your so fast I cant keep up!

  13. Zale Piepho says:

    A wonderful tutorial, thank you for sharing! I was wondering if you could repost the link for the written pattern? Whenever I click the link in the description it just opens the video again.

  14. Breda F says:

    Hi from Ireland, my blanket turn out fabulous
    Thank you
    Xxx Bridget

  15. I love this stitch and pattern

  16. I had a partially finished afghan but couldn't remember the pattern, let alone what it was called…mine is in groups of 3 instead of 4…..now only took a short refresher on pattern..thank u so much

  17. Jacqui Ramm says:

    I used this stitch to make a cowl as a present for my Mum-in-law, and it turned out really well. Your tutorials are very easy to follow, and soothing to watch 🙂

  18. T.K. Wolf says:

    I am LOVING this pattern! I'm using a Charisma bulky 5 yarn and a 9.0mm hook, and it feels so great to work with? Both this yarn and the pattern just work so nicely together!! Thank you for this video!

  19. Sigrid Kutz says:

    I want to make this pattern to crochet a table runner/hot pat, using 100% cotton yarn

  20. Sian A says:

    Hey, I did your coasters the other night annd manage to do a few of them so I decided to try a new stitch and I just finished my little practice piece of basket weave. Love this tutorial..

  21. Mandy Mae says:

    I created a beautiful and cozy chair blankie for my mother last year using a really chunky yarn.

  22. You have a wonderful talent for teaching!!!

  23. Kim Quinn says:

    So sad. I tried accessing the link for 'written instructions and charts and it just keeps sending me to a video tutorial😒.

  24. dashulamite says:

    I did make a scarf and it is very stiff. It happened that I had done about 10 rows to see if I could get the pattern and tension ok. Then there was the "time sunk" to consider. I decided that I was going to plow ahead instead of redoing it all with a bigger hook. I'm not sure who I'm going to foist this scarf upon, but my next one will be soft and cozy (like the yarn wrapper suggests the item should be 🙄)
    Thank you so much for the easy instructions! 👍