Practically Perfect Petit Pots - Nesting Baskets by Michelle Muskett

Practically Perfect Petit Pots - Nesting Baskets

October 2019
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 8 rows = 4 inches
in Stitch Pattern (alternating rows of Hdc BLO and Sl St BLO)
5.0 mm (H)
6.0 mm (J)
22 - 72 yards (20 - 66 m)
Small Medium and Large available in both Round or Oval shapes
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These charming little French farmhouse-style pots and baskets are fully customizable to any size and height and, with two different shapes to choose from, can be combined in a variety of ways to suit your style!

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An easy, beginner-friendly pattern with explanations and photo tutorials every step of the way, these nesting pots and baskets work up quickly for those last minute Christmas gifts or just for yourself. Use them to store bathroom accessories, cotton pads, makeup items, brushes, crochet hooks, jewellery, little plants, anything you can think of! Combine them into sets for that extra wow factor at your markets this season.

Bernat Maker Home Dec is used in the pattern, however any t-shirt or fabric yarn would work just as well to give these baskets a sturdy structure. Invisible rows and seamless joins are used to get their distinctive crisp clear edges and straight sides.

Size 5 yarn (22-74yds depending on size and shape)
5mm (H/8) and 6mm (J/10) crochet hooks
yarn needle
stitch markers (optional)

Gauge is not overly important in this project, use any size yarn and hook you like!
15sts x 8 rounds =4” (10cm) in stitch pattern

Level of Difficulty:
Easy / Advanced beginner

Finished measurements in photos are as follows:
Round Pots
Small 2.25 Inches
Medium 3 Inches
Large 3.5 Inches

Full measurements are listed in the pattern.

You are welcome to sell finished items created with this pattern. I ask that you credit Tales of Knots with the original design. Do not use my photos to sell finished products and please do not copy, alter, or distribute this pattern.

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