Crochet Hook Case tutorial
Learn how to sew a canvas & vinyl Clear-View crochet Case to contain your hooks and crochet tools, yet easily see hook sizes at a glance. You'll get yourself a case that would contain the hooks in a way you could still see the sizes and also have space for the other tools.
- Clear 16 Gauge Vinyl*
- Duck Cloth (Heavy Canvas)* If you want use a lighter weight fabric, like quilting cotton, I would suggest two layers with a medium-weight interfacing in between. The raw edges of the final case are all bias bound so you can simply create a fabric-interfacing-fabric sandwich, then baste the edges and treat it like the single piece of duck cloth.
- Light Accent Fabric* Quilting weight cotton is perfect here and you really only need a scrap.
- Accent/coordinating ½″ double fold bias tape, approximately 84″ or just under 2 ½ yards (less than one package)
- ¼″ Elastic, approximately 7 ½″ long
- Coordinating thread and heavy-duty needle
*See Cutting for the amount of materials needed.
Read on for step-by-step directions on the Clear-View Crochet Hook Case tutorial, created from vinyl and duck cloth, including full cutting dimensions so there's no guess work. Find them all here.