Thursday, May 26, 2005

Crochet Hook Caddy










Crochet Hook Caddy © 2014





By Margret Willson

Crochet Hook Caddy is copyrighted by Cute Crochet and Margret Willson 2014

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 Cute Crochet ©2014
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54 comments :

Anonymous said...

Could you make a double-sided case to fit more needles? If so then how would you do that? It looks great and looks like it would be a good project. Email me with the answer at hotwomanontheloose2000@yahoo.com THANX!!

Justine said...

I just LOVE this pattern. I'm making a double-sided crochet caddy using your pattern, and it's just lovely! I'll post it when it's finished. Great idea!

Justine said...

I just LOVE this pattern. I'm making a double-sided crochet caddy using your pattern, and it's just lovely! I'll post it when it's finished. Great idea!

jocelyn said...

Thanks, Justine! I am so glad you like the pattern. My designer friend Margret created it when she was first starting out, and it has been my most requested pattern! I can't wait to see how you have created a double-sided pattern.

jocelyn said...

Thanks, Justine! I am so glad you like the pattern. My designer friend Margret created it when she was first starting out, and it has been my most requested pattern! I can't wait to see how you have created a double-sided pattern.

Rita said...

I only have one complaint with this beautiful pattern. I can't seem to copy and paste so I can print this for my own use. I don't like the idea of having all the other stuff print out, to me it's too distracting. Maybe you could send it to me via email along with the pic's?
Rita

Rita said...

I only have one complaint with this beautiful pattern. I can't seem to copy and paste so I can print this for my own use. I don't like the idea of having all the other stuff print out, to me it's too distracting. Maybe you could send it to me via email along with the pic's?
Rita

LaDonna said...

I love this pattern! I made one a long time ago and just made a new one for my mother for Christmas. It's great! Thank You!

LaDonna said...

I love this pattern! I made one a long time ago and just made a new one for my mother for Christmas. It's great! Thank You!

Crafty Gardener said...

What a great pattern. I've been thinking about making a holder for all my hooks and what better than a crochet one. Thanks.

Crafty Gardener said...

What a great pattern. I've been thinking about making a holder for all my hooks and what better than a crochet one. Thanks.

Mariah said...

Wow! I really want to make this! Thanks for the pattern jocelyn!

jocelyn said...

Margret's crochet hook case has been the most requested and the most favorite complimentary pattern I offer! I am glad so many fellow crocheters enjoy it.
Thank you, Margret!

jocelyn said...

Margret's crochet hook case has been the most requested and the most favorite complimentary pattern I offer! I am glad so many fellow crocheters enjoy it.
Thank you, Margret!

Alta aka k9 said...

I love this crochet hook case. I have got to make one for me and everyone I know who crochet's. Thank you!

Alta aka k9 said...

I love this crochet hook case. I have got to make one for me and everyone I know who crochet's. Thank you!

truecrime said...

I made this case last night and it turned out great.

I made it using two strands of Aunt Lydia's Cable Crochet and an "H" hook. I followed your instructions and it turned out large enough to hold all 10 of my crochet hooks B - K.

Thanks for the pattern!

truecrime said...

I made this case last night and it turned out great.

I made it using two strands of Aunt Lydia's Cable Crochet and an "H" hook. I followed your instructions and it turned out large enough to hold all 10 of my crochet hooks B - K.

Thanks for the pattern!

jocelyn said...

You are welcome! Thanks for giving us the 'statistics' of what worked for you in this pattern!

jocelyn said...

You are welcome! Thanks for giving us the 'statistics' of what worked for you in this pattern!

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I am new to crochet.. and I am loving it !!!

I have a few hooks right now and plan to add many more to my collection, and so was wondering if anyone cud e-mail me the design for the double sided case to fit a larger number.

My e-mail is - ami4ever_98@yahoo.com

waiting for a response !!!

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I am new to crochet.. and I am loving it !!!

I have a few hooks right now and plan to add many more to my collection, and so was wondering if anyone cud e-mail me the design for the double sided case to fit a larger number.

My e-mail is - ami4ever_98@yahoo.com

waiting for a response !!!

Stitch N Locks said...

This is so on point. Thank you for sharing this copyrighted (will keep in mind) pattern.

Story Teller said...

Jocelyn!

Thanks for sharing with us your wonderful creation -- love it.

Story Teller said...

Jocelyn!

Thanks for sharing with us your wonderful creation -- love it.

Anonymous said...

hi I just love this pattern. My only problem is that I have too many hooks, and a bigger case would be great! Could you send me pattern of a case that holds more hooks.

brendalinefenech@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

hi I just love this pattern. My only problem is that I have too many hooks, and a bigger case would be great! Could you send me pattern of a case that holds more hooks.

brendalinefenech@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I did this in pink. It is gorgeous. Thank you.

jocelyn said...

Ooohhh! I would love to see this done in pink! Sounds so pretty!

Kenda Hunsaker said...

I absolutely love the idea of having ONE place to store all of my hooks & scissors & tape measure as well. Thanks so much!!!

Viki T said...

I would love the pattern for either the double sided or wider version. I have many hooks and I'd love to keep them all together. Thanks.

pinkcaddy7@yahoo.com

Viki T said...

I would love the pattern for either the double sided or wider version. I have many hooks and I'd love to keep them all together. Thanks.

pinkcaddy7@yahoo.com

jocelyn said...

Hello everyone,
For those of you who are looking for information regarding this case made double, you can find it here at Cloudy Crochet:
http://pippacrochet.blogspot.com/2006/03/crochet-caddy-double.html

HTH
Jocelyn

jocelyn said...

Hello everyone,
For those of you who are looking for information regarding this case made double, you can find it here at Cloudy Crochet:
http://pippacrochet.blogspot.com/2006/03/crochet-caddy-double.html

HTH
Jocelyn

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Anonymous said...

It was very interesting for me to read this blog. Thanx for it. I like such topics and anything that is connected to them. I would like to read more on that blog soon.

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Anonymous said...

Keep on posting such themes. I love to read articles like this. BTW add some pics :)

Nicole said...

ok im new at crochet and im so confused by the seam vs edging?? I guess I just dont understand whats written under seam at all because i ended up putting slip stitches down the left and right side of the pocket. In the picture I see slip stitches along the top of the front pocket piece. Ugggg patterns are just so hard to understand :(

jocelyn said...

Hi Nicole,
I will contact Margret Willson (the pattern designer) and ask her if she can help you!

jocelyn said...

Hi Nicole,
I will contact Margret Willson (the pattern designer) and ask her if she can help you!

Virginia said...

I don't understand how the dividers are made. Is there another way to explain it. I also can't figure out how the dividers are made after it has been folded.
Thank you for any help you can give me.

Virginia said...

I don't understand how the dividers are made. Is there another way to explain it. I also can't figure out how the dividers are made after it has been folded.
Thank you for any help you can give me.

Je1717y said...

I made this 20 ch wide, a lot longer and no dividers. It's the perfect size for my Kindle Fire. I also found it easier to stitch up the sides at the same time as doing the edging.

M.M. DeZigns said...

Thanks so much for this pattern! I made one and because I used a multi-color yarn,I only did two sl st toward the middle of the front flap to make my dividers... I may take them out & move them up a little more so they are under the flap... Thanks again!

Giodina said...

I need to make this!!!
Thank you very much for sharing your pattern!!! :D

Giodina said...

I need to make this!!!
Thank you very much for sharing your pattern!!! :D

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your pattern! I needed something to hold more than '8' hooks. So, I devised a plan to add a divider for the middle. I now have '16' slots for my hooks. Wish ican upload a picture to show you. I don't see how I can from here.

Anonymous said...

Friend loved it and says I should make some more and sell them. Do u allow me to sell the finished project on esty or eBay?

Jocelyn Sass said...

Yes, you may sell your finished crochet items made from Cute Crochet Chat patterns. In your listing, please give credit with a link back to this blog!
Jocelyn

Jocelyn Sass said...

Yes, you may sell your finished crochet items made from Cute Crochet Chat patterns. In your listing, please give credit with a link back to this blog!
Jocelyn

Ellie Brownfield said...

Thank you for the pattern. I have been looking for a case for my crochet hooks that was both simple to make and use.

Jocelyn said...

Your are welcome, Ellie! From me and Margret!