Crochet Organizer

4 Materials
$2
4 Hours
Medium
These crochet organizer would be perfect for your friends or your family members who loves crochet :3
Feel free to comment on my post if you find this tutorial helpful for you :3
Hope you like it
First gather your materials: 1. fabric 2. bias tape 3. magnetic clasp 4. thread
1. Cut 2 pieces of fabric like A
2. Cut 2 pieces of fabric like B
3. Cut 2 pieces of fabric like C
Then with the right side (C Part) facing, sew alongside the seam with a 1/2 inches seam allowance. (back stitch the two ends)


Then trim the seam 1/2 inch with zigzag scissors.
Turn the crochet cover right side out, and sew along the crochet cover.


(B part) Fold towards the wrong side and press.
Fold the edge 1/2 inch towards the wrong side again and press


Sew the hem down with an edge stitch (back stitch the two ends)


With the biggest fabric, (A part) and the holder right side up, stitch the straight line all the way down to the bottom (back stitch the two ends) Do the same for all the lines.


(Put your crochet hooks to measure those lines)
Stitch the crochet cover in


Mark 2 small lines far from the right side 1 inch
Use a quick and pick to make 2 small incisions over those lines.


Push the legs of the clasp through those holes.


Put the back on
Put the legs in (You can put the legs out, it doesn't matter)
With 2 A parts wrong side together, fold them in 3 to mark the other magnetic clasp.
Repeat: Use a quick and pick to make 2 small incisions over those lines.


Push the legs of the clasp through those holes.


Put the back on
Put the legs in (You can put the legs out, it doesn't matter)
you can visit my old post coasters (http://www.hometalk.com/diy/decorate/rooms/coasters-3-28481221) for more detail about bias tape :3
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  • Katy Bowss Katy Bowss on Nov 06, 2017
    Awesome. I was just thinking I need something for my hooks. Great tutorial. Thank you for sharing. :)

  • William William on Nov 06, 2017
    Looking at it I see a cute makeup case for teens. Or a coin purse, etc. Super tutorial.

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