>Crochet Hook Case

>I’ve going to be moving a few of the free patterns from my geocites website over to the new pattern site. I just posted the first one, a crochet hook case, here . The crochet case, designed by Margret Willson, was the most downloaded pattern from my website. The geocities website will be closed for good shortly.

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Crochet Hook Case

I’ve going to be moving a few of the free patterns from my geocites website over to the new pattern site. I just posted the first one, a crochet hook case, here . The crochet case, designed by Margret Willson, was the most downloaded pattern from my website. The geocities website will be closed for good shortly.

Crochet Hook Case

I’ve going to be moving a few of the free patterns from my geocites website over to the new pattern site. I just posted the first one, a crochet hook case, here . The crochet case, designed by Margret Willson, was the most downloaded pattern from my website. The geocities website will be closed for good shortly.

Crochet Hook Caddy

Crochet Hook Caddy © 2011

By Margret Willson

Crochet Hook Caddy is copyrighted by Cute Crochet and Margret Willson 2001-2011

You may print it for your personal use, but you may not copy, distribute it, or sell it.

Size: 7 X 7-1/2″

Gauge: 7 sc = 2″, 4 rows = 1″

Materials: Red Heart Worsted Weight yarn, 3-1/2 oz. Lavender

Size G hook (or size required for gauge)

1-11/16″ (18mm) shank-style button tapestry needle

NOTES: For sc-dec (insert hook in next st, yo and pull lp through) twice,
yo and draw through all 3 lps on hook.

Front

Row 1: Ch 26, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, ch 1, turn.

Rows 2-19: Sc in each st across, ch 1, turn.

Row 20: Working in back lps only, sc in each st across, ch 1, turn.

Row 21: Working in front lps only, sc in each st across, ch 1, turn.

Back
Rows 22-46: Sc in each st across, ch 1, turn.

Rows 47 & 48: Rep rows 20 and 21.

Front Flap

Rows 49-54: Sc in each st across, ch 1, turn.

Row 55: Sc-dec over first 2 sts, sc in each of next 21 sts, sc-dec over last 2 sc. (23), ch 1, turn.

Row 56: Sc in each st across, turn without the ch 1.

Row 57: Sc-dec over first 2 sts, sc in each of next 19 sts,
sc-dec over last 2 sts, ch 1, turn.

Row 58: Sc in each st across, turn without the ch 1.

Row 59: Sc-dec over first 2 sts, sc in each of next 17 sts,
sc-dec over last 2 sts, ch 1, turn.

Row 60: Sc in each of next 8 sts, ch 3, sk 3 sts,
sc in each of next 8 sts, turn without ch 1.

Row 61: Sc-dec over first 2 sts, sc in each of next 6 sts,
sc in each of next 3 chs, sc in each of next 6 sts, sc-dec over last 2 sc, fasten off.

Side seams

Fold front up and work through both back and front
with a sl st in end of each row.

Rep for other side.

Edging
Join with sc in side seam, sc in next st to the right
working in each st and end of row around open edge
of caddy and around front flap, sl st to join in first sc.

Dividers

First divider: With hook in front and yarn in back,
working from top to bottom, insert hook in first row after edging between
3rd and 4th sts to the right of side seam.

Sl st through both thicknesses to bottom edge.

Do not work over the edge.

Fasten off by cutting yarn and pulling through to front side,
then thread needle and pull tail to back side in last st before bottom edge, weave in tail.
Dividers 2-7: Skip 3 sc and insert hook between 3rd and 4th sts to the right of last divider, complete as first. (8 hook sleeves)
Sew button onto center divider
positioning to match buttonhole.

This pattern is copyrighted by Margret Willson and Creatively Sassy ©2001-2011

>Crochet Hook Caddy

>

Crochet Hook Caddy © 2011

By Margret Willson

Crochet Hook Caddy is copyrighted by Cute Crochet and Margret Willson 2001-2011

You may print it for your personal use, but you may not copy, distribute it, or sell it.

Size: 7 X 7-1/2″

Gauge: 7 sc = 2″, 4 rows = 1″

Materials: Red Heart Worsted Weight yarn, 3-1/2 oz. Lavender

Size G hook (or size required for gauge)

1-11/16″ (18mm) shank-style button tapestry needle

NOTES: For sc-dec (insert hook in next st, yo and pull lp through) twice,
yo and draw through all 3 lps on hook.

Front

Row 1: Ch 26, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, ch 1, turn.

Rows 2-19: Sc in each st across, ch 1, turn.

Row 20: Working in back lps only, sc in each st across, ch 1, turn.

Row 21: Working in front lps only, sc in each st across, ch 1, turn.

Back
Rows 22-46: Sc in each st across, ch 1, turn.

Rows 47 & 48: Rep rows 20 and 21.

Front Flap

Rows 49-54: Sc in each st across, ch 1, turn.

Row 55: Sc-dec over first 2 sts, sc in each of next 21 sts, sc-dec over last 2 sc. (23), ch 1, turn.

Row 56: Sc in each st across, turn without the ch 1.

Row 57: Sc-dec over first 2 sts, sc in each of next 19 sts,
sc-dec over last 2 sts, ch 1, turn.

Row 58: Sc in each st across, turn without the ch 1.

Row 59: Sc-dec over first 2 sts, sc in each of next 17 sts,
sc-dec over last 2 sts, ch 1, turn.

Row 60: Sc in each of next 8 sts, ch 3, sk 3 sts,
sc in each of next 8 sts, turn without ch 1.

Row 61: Sc-dec over first 2 sts, sc in each of next 6 sts,
sc in each of next 3 chs, sc in each of next 6 sts, sc-dec over last 2 sc, fasten off.

Side seams

Fold front up and work through both back and front
with a sl st in end of each row.

Rep for other side.

Edging
Join with sc in side seam, sc in next st to the right
working in each st and end of row around open edge
of caddy and around front flap, sl st to join in first sc.

Dividers

First divider: With hook in front and yarn in back,
working from top to bottom, insert hook in first row after edging between
3rd and 4th sts to the right of side seam.

Sl st through both thicknesses to bottom edge.

Do not work over the edge.

Fasten off by cutting yarn and pulling through to front side,
then thread needle and pull tail to back side in last st before bottom edge, weave in tail.
Dividers 2-7: Skip 3 sc and insert hook between 3rd and 4th sts to the right of last divider, complete as first. (8 hook sleeves)
Sew button onto center divider
positioning to match buttonhole.

This pattern is copyrighted by Margret Willson and Creatively Sassy ©2001-2011

>Crochet Envy

>Sometimes you just want to crochet for the sheer pleasure of it! I really shouldn’t complain, but when you have decided to make crochet a business for yourself, you can’t always just crochet what you want to. As I browse around the web, and look at all the beautiful projects that others are crocheting and knitting, it sometimes makes me want to put down what I am working on and start another project! But when you have crochet work that is promised to another for business, you can’t just do that! So for the last few weeks I have had crochet envy!
When I saw Drew’s beautiful Seraphina Shawl today, I realized, yet again, that I am dying to just make some nice shawls or scarves or baby things for Jacob, but I can’t……not yet………Not that I don’t love what I do, because I do, truly!
Anyway, as always, back to crochet and paperwork!

Crochet Envy

Sometimes you just want to crochet for the sheer pleasure of it! I really shouldn’t complain, but when you have decided to make crochet a business for yourself, you can’t always just crochet what you want to. As I browse around the web, and look at all the beautiful projects that others are crocheting and knitting, it sometimes makes me want to put down what I am working on and start another project! But when you have crochet work that is promised to another for business, you can’t just do that! So for the last few weeks I have had crochet envy!
When I saw Drew’s beautiful Seraphina Shawl today, I realized, yet again, that I am dying to just make some nice shawls or scarves or baby things for Jacob, but I can’t……not yet………Not that I don’t love what I do, because I do, truly!
Anyway, as always, back to crochet and paperwork!