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Colorful hooks each parked in their assign space.
I got so tired sorting thru a handful of hooks and loom picks that I created this very simple home for hooks.
I made mine out of muslin so that I could write the size number on each pocket.
Funny thing is when I sorted my hooks into the pockets
I could tell what size they were without the numbers.
Another funny thing when I took my Hook house to my crochet group (Joann’s), shopping Customers kept asking me where I bought it.
So Stitchers there’s a market out there.
The project comes in two sizes, small and larger.
Small: Finished size open approximately: 8” w x 12” Pink case.
Total number of pockets: 8
Yardage needed; 1/4 yard. I used one Fat Quarter.
This is a perfect size to take to class or traveling.
Larger: finished size open approximately; 11” w X 12”
number of pockets 10, 2 are large
yardage needed: 1/3 yard fabric.
A fast project with a fat quarter, pellon fleece and trim.
A very fast, pretty project.
No pattern pieces. You use all of the fabric required.
Step illustrations. You can make this in a couple of hours.
Small: 1/4 yard cotton fabric or 1 fat Quarter
and fleece batting 9” x 22”.
Larger: 1/3 yard of cotton fabric
12 x 22” thin fleece batting.
Thread to match.
1 yard optional pocket trim
18' ribbon for a tie.