14 Crochet Hook Rolls, Cases & Clutches

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Here’s a nice assortment of different styles of organizers that are great for keeping your hooks tote-able (for when you’re on the go). Most are sewing and crochet patterns but don’t miss the neat plastic canvas project too.

naturallycaron.com

naturallycaron.com

Sao Paolo: Finished size approximately 10″ x 5 1/2″ and is worked width-wise from inside front, around back and down flap.

Fabric: Sized to fit longer handles, easy to adjust smaller if you prefer. Features a zipped pocket and a fold-over flap with button & loop closure.

missusvonkysmeed.blogspot.ca

missusvonkysmeed.blogspot.ca

sewmamasew.com

sewmamasew.com

Fabric Ties: Enough room to fit a project’s supplies (such as a pair of small scissors, tape measure, safety pins, a needlebook for yarn needles, a pen, etc.).

Felt: So lovely! Will also hold sewing needles.

sewcando.com

sewcando.com

unlessthelord.blogspot.ca

unlessthelord.blogspot.ca

Ribbon Tie Closure: Lots of pockets, fold and roll style with ribbon tie closures.

Rachel’s Pouch: Sweet with top flap and button closure, via pdf download.

sometimescrafter.blogspot.ca

sometimescrafter.blogspot.ca

craftzine.com

craftzine.com

Plastic Canvas: Here’s an interesting twist, flip top tubes with button & yarn closure.

Basic: Has a tied ric rac closure.

craftstylish.com

craftstylish.com

modabakeshop.com

modabakeshop.com

With Zipped pocket: Features a zipped inner pouch to hold tools and supplies. Closes with a magnetic snap.

Scissor Pocket: Simple design to hold all your goodies plus has a pocket for small scissors and needles.

todaywemade.co.uk

todaywemade.co.uk

craftleftovers.com

craftleftovers.com

With Top Flap: Folds with button flap closure.

Star Stitched: Tie closure is simply a strand of chain stitches.

allicrafts.blogspot.ca

allicrafts.blogspot.ca

crochetspot.com

crochetspot.com

Shell Stitch: Design based on the shell stitch.

Yarn Ties: The main body consists of a rectangle shape worked in Sc in the front loops only to get a more thin and flexible fabric.

crochetme.com

crochetme.com

Have a collection of knitting needles too? Check out these projects.

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Published: April 22, 2008
Updated: September 4, 2012

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2 Comments to “14 Crochet Hook Rolls, Cases & Clutches”
  1. Jackie says:

    This is so cute!

  2. Linda says:

    I tried this crochet hook-case and it was very easy to read and follow the directions. I love my new case and will probably make more for my fellow crocheters. Thanks for the pattern.


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