Tuesday, June 21, 2016

new crochet pattern - numbered storage bins by kim miller.

Numbered Storage Bins by Kim Miller

Numbered Storage Bins by Kim Miller

Skill Level: Easy/Intermediate

I love containers, and I never seem to have enough. Not only do containers store tons of stuff, but they also add charm to any decor.

Now you can crochet your own numbered containers. Classic stripes add a splash of colour, and 3 different sizes means that you can create nesting bins, or switch it up and make them all the same size. Plus, I show you an easy way to switch the colours without having to fasten off, and having a ton of yarn ends to work in.

This well written crochet pattern includes instructions for 3 different sized bins, and for the numbers 1 through to 3. This pattern is also complete with illustrations to help you to successfully complete you project.

The pattern calls for Bernat® Handicrafter® 100% Cotton 50 g (1.75 oz)/73 meters (80 yds) per ball which is a worsted weight 4, a 4.00 mm (G) crochet hook, and a yarn needle. This crochet pattern uses the following stitches: slip stitch, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, sc2tog and sc4tog.

Finished Measurements: 

Small Bin = Diameter 21.6 cm (8½”) and 14 cm (5½”) high. 
Medium Bin = Diameter 25.4 cm (10”) and 14 cm (5½”) high. 
Large Bin = Diameter 29.2 cm (11½”) and 14 cm (5½”) high. 

Please note that the finished sizes are approximate and will be affected by the gauge and the brand of yarn.

(Purchase this pattern from Ravelry.com and receive 20% off by using coupon code "STORAGEBINS20" at the checkout. 
Offer valid until June 30th, 2016)


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