By Tamara Kelly at | February 10, 2016

I knew I wanted to make a basket, and I knew I wanted to use Lion Brand Heartland Thick & Quick… and when I started crocheting, the Moroccan Basket just flew off my hook!

The Moroccan Basket brings back one of my favorites – the Moroccan Tile Stitch – and pairs it with chunky yarn in a handy and attractive basket that works up fast! The basket is lined with another layer of crochet, making it even more useful and sturdy. And I think it looks better for it too!


  • US – K, 6.5mm hook (Furls Heirloom Wooden Hook recommended)
  • 350 yds Lion Brand Heartland Thick & Quick (100% acrylic, Super Bulky (6); 125 yds/114 m; 5.01 oz)
    Color A: Katmai – 2 balls
    Color B: Acadia – 2 balls
  • Stitch Markers (see Moroccan Tile Stitch tutorial linked below for how to use these in this pattern)
  • Gauge: 3 rnds = 4″ across
  • Finished Size: 8″ diameter x 7″ tall
  • Helpful Tutorials: Magic Circle; Dc2tog; Round 7 TutorialMoroccan Tile Stitch in the Round; Handles. Please see the Crochet Abbreviations Page if needed.


{Find the full pattern at MooglyBlog. Click Here.}

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