This crochet Hexagon Bread Basket has a simple and elegant design that makes it the perfect table accessory for both modern and rustic kitchens.
I love crocheting kitchen accessories that I will actually use or need.
A basket for holding bread on the table during lunch and dinner was one of those things.
Don’t get me wrong, I do have a few bowls and containers that I can use for bread, but to be honest, they’re kind of ugly and I couldn’t stand them anymore.
That’s why I finally got some cotton rope that I had in my stash and started thinking about how to crochet a cute and simple crochet basket.
After making the Hexagon Trivets using the same cotton rope yarn, I knew I wanted to make a matching basket with the same colors inspired by honeycombs and bees.
That’s why I started with the same hexagon base and the same knit stitch pattern. To add an interesting twist to it, I used two colors to make a nice color block design.
Moreover, the cotton rope and the folded sides make this basket solid and sturdy!
The result is very simple and elegant, and it makes one more piece in my collection of honeycomb-, bee-, and hexagon-inspired patterns for the kitchen!
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- 8-mm (L/11 USA, 0 UK) Crochet Hook
- Bulky (5) Cotton Yarn
- 1 Stitch Marker to work in the round
- Tapestry Needle
I used Bobbiny Cotton Rope Junior (3 mm) in the following colors and amounts:
- A – Mustard – 55 yds, 50 m
- B – Natural – 39 yds, 36 m
ABBREVIATIONS (US TERMS)
Ch – Chain
Inc – Increase
Knit St – Knit or Waistcoat Stitch
MC – Magic Circle
Sc – Single Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sl St – Slip Stitch
St – Stitch
Yo – Yarn Over
One increase consists of 2 sts worked in the same indicated st.
Learn how to make an invisible join HERE.
Knit Stitch (Knit St)
See a step-by-step tutorial on how to crochet the knit st HERE.
Magic Circle (MC)
Find a tutorial on how to crochet the magic circle HERE.
- Diameter – 8″ (20.5 cm)
- Height – 4″ (10 cm) but easily customizable
5 rounds in knit st in 4″ (10 cm).
- If the pattern says “knit st 2”, it means that you have to crochet 1 knt st into each of the next 2 sts.
- (…) – Repeat the instruction within brackets for the indicated number of times.
Crochet Bread Basket – Free Pattern
Find a step-by-step video tutorial on how to crochet the hexagon bottom on my YouTube channel HERE.
With A, make a MC.
Round 1. Ch 1, sc 6 in MC. (6 sts).
Do NOT join each round with a sl st. Instead, continue to work in the round!
Round 2. Knit st inc 6. (12 sts).
Round 3. (Knit st inc 1, knit st 1) 6 times. (18 sts).
Round 4. (Knit st inc 1, knit st 2) 6 times. (24 sts).
Round 5. (Knit st inc 1, knit st 3) 6 times. (30 sts).
Round 6. (Knit st inc 1, knit st 4) 6 times. (36 sts).
Round 7. (Knit st inc 1, knit st 5) 6 times. (42 sts).
Round 8. (Knit st inc 1, knit st 6) 6 times. (48 sts).
Round 9. (Knit st inc 1, knit st 7) 6 times. (54 sts).
Round 10. (Knit st inc 1, knit st 8) 6 times. (60 sts)
Do not fasten off but move directly to the body.
First Round of Body – How to Crochet the sides of the basket
Round 1. Ch 1, flip to WS keeping the center of the hexagon bottom (photo 1). Sc all around placing your sts wrapped around the posts of sts of round 10 of hexagon bottom (photo 2). (60 sts)
Body – Continued
Work in the round without joining each round with a sl st.
Round 2-4. Knit st all around. (60 sts)
With the last yo of round 4, switch to B.
Fasten off A and continue crocheting with B.
Round 5-14. Knit st all around. (60 sts)
Fasten off and make an invisible join.
Fold the last 4-5 rounds toward the outside of the basket and secure the folded edge with a few sts.
Fasten off and weave in all your ends.
YOUR CROCHET BREAD Basket IS READY!
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