Dragon Easter Basket

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An Easter basket that's also a dragon! Such Cuteness.

A Crochet Easter Basket with a Dragon twist! This is a cute homemade basket for children to collect eggs and treats. The spring Easter basket crochet pattern can also be made as a simple crochet basket pattern without the attached dragon pieces. The dragon crochet basket can also be used for other holiday events as well. It even looks cute for a crochet storage basket as children's bedroom décor.

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Easter with a bit of hop! All ages will enjoy a DRAGON Easter Basket for collecting dragon eggs or for a cute storage basket for toys.

Easter baskets do not get any sweeter than this, and the unique construction creates a sturdy side to make egg hunting a success.

Supplies for the Dragon Easter Basket:

Approx. 600 yards
5.00mm (H) Hook
3.75 (F) Hook
Yarn Needle
2 Black Safety Eyes (.35 inches)
Plastic Canvas 9 ½” Circle (7 mesh)
Plastic Canvas 13” x 22” (7 mesh)
Or 2 smaller (10” x 13”) canvas
I Love This Cotton in:

  • Pistache (Color A) -2 skeins
  • Sage (Color B)

If gauge is met, other yarns of the same weight can be substituted:
Universal Yarn Cotton Supreme
Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton
Knit Picks Dishie

Finished Measurements:
Basket: 9 ¾” (8.5 cm) diameter;
4 ½” (11.5 cm) tall
Height including legs and handle:
19” (48 cm)


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