Bali Crochet Box Pattern inspired by traditional Indonesian woven baskets.
Create your own beautiful cowrie shell boxes with this easy step by step crochet tutorial showing you how to add the shells as you go along, with both written instructions & photos. Add some bali style to your home.
Detailed PDF pattern written line by line in ENGLISH with photos along the way to help you.
Ideal for an advanced beginner through to advanced crocheter.
This is a large PDF file with very detailed notes & photos.
This listing is for “PDF PATTERN ONLY.”
*Not the actual item*
Pattern made using standard string you can get at any stationary or DIY shop with crochet hook to match your yarn size.
The pattern is written in US terms and includes conversion table in UK terms.
Step By Step Tutorial with written instructions & additional photos made to Craft Yarn Council Standards.
Take a look at the last photo for a preview of what the pattern looks like.
Skill level: Beginner
Projects using yarn with a variety of stitches (Slip stitch, Chain, Single crochet & reverse single crochet) and simple shaping and finishing.
• 200 -250 meters of any standard natural string RECOMMENDED 4 or MAX 6 THREADS (ensure your yarn is thin enough to pass through your cowrie shells).
• 2mm or 2.25mm crochet hook for box
• 1.75mm crochet hook to attach the Cowrie Shells
• Cut Cowrie Shells Small – 20 Medium – 32
• Stitch marker
• Yarn needle
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Bali Crochet Box Pattern
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