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Ninja Turtle Easter Basket


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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are loved by kids all around the world. This basket has been created to look like the famous Turtles. For those who may not know, the traditional bandana colors are blue, orange, red, and purple, but feel free to choose any color you like to make this basket personalized. Perfect for Easter or everyday storage, it can be made with or without the handle. The pattern is written in standard US crochet terms. This pattern, including all text and photos, are copyrighted by Hooking Housewives. PLEASE DO NOT COPY, SHARE, ADJUST, OR RESELL this pattern. By purchasing this pattern, you are agreeing to these terms! As always, you are welcome to sell any item made from any of my patterns. All text and photos are copyrighted by Hooking Housewives, so please use your own pictures. We request that you link back to website ( when selling finished items made from this pattern. And we love to see photos of your completed projects so feel free to share them with us!! If you have questions as you work the pattern, please feel free to contact us via email at!!! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY chain stitch slip stitch single crochet half double crochet double crochet back loop only crab stitch/reverse single crochet chainless half double crochet half double crochet decrease GAUGE 4 inches = 12 HDC stitches using J (6.00mm) crochet hook SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 7" diameter x 4.5" high (excluding handle)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn (green, white, choice of bandana color)
  • polyfill stuffing

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Hooking Housewives
Hooking Housewives
I'm a stay-at-home mom who loves crafting of all kinds, but my heart lies with crochet. Also the co-founder of Hooking Housewives, I stay busy creating projects for customers and as gifts for friends and family. I have branched out into writing patterns of my own, as well as learning to work with polymer.