Any teacher or student will dote over this Apple Crochet Pencil Case. It is an adorable crochet back to school gift and will be appreciated by whomever is the chosen recipient. The apple is great for back to school, but you can try other designs with this tutorial like a watermelon, a lemon, a half moon, and even a rainbow! This versatile free crochet pattern can be changed to match the taste of anyone you know as it can be used for writing utensils, makeup, or a catch-all bag.
It's almost time for the kids to go back to school, and you're busy trying to get and organize all the necessary materials on their school list. Well, you can cross off one of those items when you follow this adorable pencil-shaped Crochet Pencil Case Pattern! Your kid and her friends will flip for this clever crochet pencil case, so you may find yourself hooking up a few more for your kid to pass around to classmates. And that's just fine, because this pencil case is super easy to make, and who wouldn't want to inspire a few future crocheters!
Send your kids off to school with their pencils tucked into this fun pencil-shaped pencil case. I've always loved the idea of oversized pencils and pens, so I especially love that this oversized #2 pencil can carry its own supplies - fun and functional!
You can say, "See ya later, alligator" to your child when she goes off to school with this Crocodile Crochet Pencil Case. She'll respond with, "After while crocodile," waving her adorable pencil case in the air like a prized possession. Any child will absolutely fall in love with this case and, perhaps, school itself. Going back to school is so much cooler with some neat supplies and you don't have to spend a fortune on personalized things. Use your crochet skills to send your child off to school in style.
With school time quickly approaching, I got to thinking about making something functional for kids to use. So, here's my free pattern for a cute, quick and easy project - a Fox Pencil Case. I used worsted weight yarn and a 4mm hook. You could easily change the yarn color to make this a Wolf Pencil Case. Of course if you don't have any school age children, this pattern could easily be used as a Crochet Hook Case, a Toothbrush Case or a Glasses/Phone Case. Hope you enjoy this freebie.
I like my coasters in single crochet cotton. I think it makes them really absorbent (because who wants that icy glass to get water all over your tables). If you are like me, nothing quite says summer like watermelon. The days get longer. It’s time for bare feet, shorts and sunshine. And when you head to the store, there is the most enormous box of whole watermelons that you’ve ever seen and then you know… you know… summer is truly here. If you liked my citrus coasters, you might just like what I’ve got for you today.. crochet watermelon coasters!