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.
Send your kids back to school with the coolest pencil case ever. The Shark Attack Pencil Case is an easy crochet pattern to complete, and it's the perfect size to store pens, pencils, and markers. Adults will even appreciate the creative design of this unique crochet pattern. This trendy pencil case is perfect not only for kids, but artists and students of all ages, as well. This is one particular shark that you don't have to be afraid of!
Saying goodbye to summer might not be so hard if your kids have awesome school supplies like this to use every day. Whether or not you have seen the popular animated film Despicable Me, it's impossible to resist this Insanely Cute Minion Pencil Case. Kids of all ages will love using this one-of-a-kind classroom accessory when they go back to school this fall. Complete this free crochet pattern using worsted weight yarn and a cardboard paper towel tube.
The neat and tidy dishcloth is a small dishcloth with a handy loop for hanging. For this pattern you can pick two colors of your favorite all cotton yarn. The ribbing of the pattern is created by single crocheting around the front post of the stitches and mitering each row, until it gets smaller and smaller. The dishcloth is finished off with an i-cord edging. These dishcloths take an hour to make and would make great housewarming gifts.
This pencil holder is great for pencils and crochet hooks. I used a h hook. To make it smaller use a smaller hook, but try to follow along with this pattern. I love how this cool pencil holder looks with two different colors of yarn. This fun pencil holder would make a great gift for teachers and for your own office. I use mine everyday! If you need more assistance please watch the video uploaded below.
Lucy from Attic 24 is known for her colorful crochet, and she brings it to life boldly with her version of a mandala crochet wall hanging. What makes this resource unique is that Lucy shares a few patterns for making mandalas, as well as her tips for attaching them in a hoop, and even which hoops she recommends.
And if you love her style, don't miss her flower wall hanging for a fun way to bring nature to your walls in full color.