How to Make a Woven-Look Basket on your Addi Knitting Machine

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This little basket gets its woven-look texture from a unique tucking technique, which makes the basket sturdy enough to stand up on its own.  

For this project, I used 1 skein of [easyazon_link identifier=”B000XZTYKE” locale=”US” tag=”yayforyarn-20″]Red Heart Super Saver in Grey Heather[/easyazon_link]with my [easyazon_link identifier=”B004HS7T7S” locale=”US” tag=”yayforyarn-20″]Addi Express Kingsize Knitting Machine[/easyazon_link].  My basket measures 5 1/2″ high and 7″ in diameter, but you could knit a longer tucked portion for a taller basket.  The same technique can also be done on the [easyazon_link identifier=”B000XT3OPG” locale=”US” tag=”yayforyarn-20″]Addi Express Professional Knitting Machine[/easyazon_link] for a small basket.

 

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What would you put in a little basket like this?

Happy Yarning! 🙂

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