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Published on March 27th, 2016 | by Csilla Gemmecke

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Pinteresting Projects: Staying organised

Have you already done your Spring clean? I love organising my home and getting rid of old stuff that just seem to have accumulated over the winter. These lovely crochet ideas are perfect for tidying up in style and simultaneously getting rid of some of your yarn stash! Win-win!

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Crochet Hanging Basket from Soulmade

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Such a lovely pink and perfect to store some little towels on your bathroom door! It’s the perfect size – not too large to get in the way but still big enough to actually hold some bits and bobs.

DIY Mini granny square baskets from This Little Street

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Aren’t these shades a dream? Perfect to hold your little one ball WIPs so you don’t forget about them. I have already decided that I will make some of these both for my desk and my home – they are just too cute to not have them around me all day.

Color Block Crochet Basket from Persia Lou

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These little baskets are amazing for organising your little necessities both in the bathroom as well as on your dressing table. I love the contrasting yarn – it just adds a little funky touch and is so customisable.

Mason Jar Cosies from Kelbourne Woolens

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I’m sure you are already in love with Mason Jars! So why not make them even more pretty with these cute cosies? They are super quick and easy. Ideal for crafts supplies or spare change – I will sure be making some of these for my home.

Crochet Basket from She’s Got The Notion

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This large basket is great for those larger WIPs or folded up blankets and would be a dream next to my sofa. I love the lilac but could also see it in a lovely cream or grey shade. The handles make it super practical to carry around even when loaded with yarn.

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adores soft and snuggly accessories and thinks there is no better way than making them yourself. She loves knitting, yoga and picnics in the park.




3 Responses to Pinteresting Projects: Staying organised

  1. Alice Stone says:

    I would love to learn how to crochet. My late mother had made my son’s baby blanket. Years ago. Unfortunately I never learned how to crochet due to being a working mother. At daycare my son’s blanket was stolen by one of the daycare mother that no longer attends the same daycare. I pray I can duplicate making this blanket for keepsake.

    • Nancy McKinney says:

      If you can’t find a person to help you learn, try one of the booklets available in the stores that sell yarn. They have the basics, very good instructions that are easy to follow, pictures. and beginning projects to practice on. I learned to crochet this way.

  2. Alice Stone says:

    Refer to above Reply. Thank you.

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