Knitting Needle Case – Crochet Tutorial
This weeks pattern is an awesome needle case made out of sustainable yarn from Himalayan Mountain yarns. The yarn used was recycled and so unique ! I couldn’t wait to start making something with this.
This yarn is from a brand I saw at stitches UNITED a few weeks ago. It was the last two yarns in the pile and I had to have it. They were shaggy and multicolored and multi textured. I knew this was something I needed in my collection,
I can’t seem to find their website – but here is some of their yarns on etsy for a really good price! I spent $10 per skein and I used two skeins. So, in addition to being sustainable – they are affordable as well!
Using a large hook – I used a size N crochet hook but I think you can go even bigger depending on the exact yarn that you got.
Row 1: SC in each stitch and all the way around.
(If you’re not sure how to crochet all the way around, here’s a tutorial! )
Round 2:HDC in each stitch around
Round 3: HDC in each back loop all the way around
Rounds 4-9: HDC in each stitch (both loops) all the way around.
Round 10: HDC in half of the stitches. This will be the beginning of the flap.
Rounds 11-14: DC in each stitch of the flap.
Fasten off, weave in ends and cut any stragglers!
You’re ready to store your knitting needles!
Make It Your Own
This is an easy pattern to adjust. If you want it to be smaller, just chain less stitches in the beginning. If you want it to be wider – go ahead and chain more to start.
This holds my knitting needles perfectly, but not my super long ones. Which is fine because I don’t have that many of those. But if you want this to be a clutch or taller, just add more rows before you make the flap.
Also, this can be used with any yarn. I suggest a durable yarn like a tshirt yarn or something thick.
I hope you Love!