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….. Two more Lilliputian Baskets !!!

…. with something different from the previous ones (here the photo tutorial) …








There are just few differences from the original pattern :


  1.  The base ( from round 1 to round 4) presents two colours
  2. the whole basket is crocheted in double crochets (no single crochets rounds)
  3. the tapestry crochet design starts with round 5 and ends with round 10 : you work 3 stitches with colour A, then 3 stitches with colour B and you repeat the colour scheme until the end of the round. The beginning of next round starts with 3 stitches with colour B, then 3 stitches with colour A : repeat until the end of the round ! Alternating these rounds, you will obtain a stairs/spiral effect!
  4. round 11 : you work the slip stitches using both strands of yarn together. Even the single crochets around the handles are crocheted using 2 strands at a time!





That's all !!!!!

xxxx Alessandra

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Text, Design and Photography : Alessandra Poggiagliolmi

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Comments

  1. I love these! Thanks for sharing.
    Have a nice weekend.
    Greetings, Wendy

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  2. They are all gorgeous!!! You must be set for tiny baskets now, but I can understand why you would make so many because they are so cute!!!! xx

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  3. Oh your little baskets are so sweet!! Also those from the last post, but these here are in my favorite color combination ♥. Thanks for sharing & happy weekend!!
    Nata xxx

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  4. They are just so cute Ale! (Maybe you can put Natas little pigs in it ;-)?)
    Love the colour combinations... Hugs from Mirjam.

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    1. …..eh! eh! eh! ;oD
      I think Nata's pigs would love my baskets!!!!!
      have a good sunday, xxxxxxx Ale

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  5. Ale, these are adorable!!!!!

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  6. Supercute Ale!!!! How big are they actually? They look adorable :) Thanks for participating in the Link Party!
    Barbara

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