Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Crochet Hook Case

All you crocheters out there, where do you keep your crochet hooks?  For the longest time I was storing mine in an empty pirouline cookie tin left over from a Christmas long ago.  It was bulky and awkward... not to mention noisy...lol! 

Well I've finally graduated to a real crochet hook case.  One that I sewed all on my own! 

crochet hook case (growcreative)
crochet hook case (growcreative)
crochet hook case (growcreative)

To make this, I followed a free tutorial posted at Little Birdie Secrets.  Awesome tutorial!

I opted out of the rounded top flap and left mine square. It works perfectly!  Mine does have a few little flaws too- I really need more sewing experience. My little needle pocket is a weird shape, but oh well. I'm happy with it!   It feels good to be organized!

crochet hook case (growcreative)

10 comments:

  1. Perfect timing Elise .... I spent an hour yesterday evening trying to find my crochet hooks! :) Thanks for posting this - I'm going to have a go at it.
    I hope you're feeling a bit better ... Spring is on the way and that'll lift all our spirits.

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  2. That is so cute - I am definately going to have a go at making one of these, thank you for posting the link. You did a great job of yours, lovely fabric too.

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  4. What a cute pouch – and such nice colors! You could probably use the same pattern for a paint brush case for when you travel.

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  5. Good job on the sewing! I need to dust off my machine and try to do something with it.

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  6. I don't crochet, but I bet my daughter could use something like this for her knitting needles...just have to adapt a little! Visiting from the Link Party Palooza!

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  7. Adorable! Do you make these for knitting needles? Saw you on the TTAJ linky-palooza. :) Love your blog! ~ Ronda | www.therefurbishedlife.com

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  8. Just adorable!
    Have a happy day!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  9. This is awesome! I love the fabric!

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