This tutorial is for all the sewers and crocheters out there! I love to crochet but I like to have a variety of different projects on the go so I can switch it up when I need a break. This easy sewn crochet hook holder will only take you an afternoon to whip up with your sewing machine so you can get back to crocheting!
Supplies you will need to make your hook holder
- Cute fabric (half a meter will be enough)
- Thread to match cute fabric!
- Sewing machine
Cutting your fabric
Start by folding your fabric in half with the print on the inside.
Draw out the template shown below:
I used a small cup just to curve the edges of the closing flap. Cut out your pattern leaving a 1/2 cm seam allowance.
Sewing your hook holder
Starting at the bottom corner sew your seam up the side, around the top and down the other side. Leave the bottom seam open. Turn your hook holder inside out so that the pattern is on the outside.
Pin the bottom seam inwards.
Sew the bottom seam up and then fold the base up at the 8cm mark. Use a crochet hook to make sure you are happy with the height of the flap.
Sew up the side seams. You will be able to make 11 sections for your crochet hooks. I chose to make the first two sections a little bit wider for the larger crochet hooks. Simply sew a line from the seam to the bottom to create the first section and repeat across.
Following the template from above you will need to fold the closing flap at the 6cm mark.
Sew a line along the fold so that the fabric folds easily when you’re closing your hook holder.
To finish your hook holder you will need to make a simple tie strap to close the holder. Take a thin piece of fabric; fold the two edges into the middle and then fold in half. Sew along the strap to close it up.
Attach the middle of the tie to the center of the outside of your hook holder with a few quick stitches.
And you’re done! Time to organize your hooks yay 🙂
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and found it useful! I would love to hear any questions or comments in the comment section below 🙂