Crochet hook case pattern
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I’m terrible at keeping my crafts supplies in order. There’s yarn. needles and scissors everywhere. But not hooks!! I’ve crocheted my own crochet hook case, and I’m quite happy with the way it turn out. Check it out:
Lovely isn’t it? And quite easy!
Crochet hook case base
Well the base is just a square. And I will not tell you how many stitches and rows YOU should round-up. That’s entirely up to you. I started with 70 in my chain. And then I just crocheted singlecrochets. I actually didn’t count my rows, I just took my largest hook and measured if it would fit.
Now you could make this with whatever yarn you want
But this here is a nice option: Ella Rae Lace Merino
The Openshell edging
I now it looks difficult if you are new to crocheting, but I’ve made a row-by-row tutorial here: Crochet Openshell Tutorial
Crochet 1 row openshells on top for hook cover – so they don’t poke trough.
Crochet 2 row in bottom for the pouch.
Again, here’s the link for the openshell tutorial: Crochet openshell tutorial
First you are going to sew the 2 rows of openshell on top of the base. I’ve sew in the sides and 3 times in the middle. I used a yarn needle like these. I stitches through the fabric/stitches so they wouldn’t show:
Almost finished. Now I added on longer and one shorter I-cord to one side (for binding the closed case).
I haven’t made a tutorial for the i-cord yet, but this great blogger have a nice one: Littleconkers i-cord
And that’s it, very simple.
Copyright 2017 Sara Engberg. All rights reserved – The pattern is for personal use only. Cannot be reproduced, published online, altered or resold. The product from this pattern can be sold, if given credit to designer.