BCC: Crochet Needle Holder

This is quick project that I completed with some scrap fabric. I needed to make a place to keep all of my (three) crochet needles. Also I wanted to use this simple project to give my daughter some time to practice some basic sewing skills. She is not enjoying sewing so far. My goal is to teach her some basics sewing stitches such as straight stiching for hems and and simple household decorations.

Happy Crafting


  1. Lynne says

    I found a simple wallet pattern that was basically all straight stitches. I let my daughter choose 2 fat quarters to make her own wallet and then I cut the fabric. She sewed it all.
    I think it helped that she was making something for herself. She still uses that wallet and it’s been over a year since she made it.
    I love your crochet hook holder though!


  2. Anonymous says

    A very practical project, Hadias. I made one for myself, for my double-pointed needles, & I wouldn’t be without it. It rolls up so neat & tidy…keeps everything just where it should be.



  3. Hadias says

    Elizabeth it is so good to hear from you. I am so encouraged by your words. I’ve read your post regarding sewing and I fear that it may be a lost art. I don’t hear of many women who teach their daughters to sew anymore.

    I agree that it good for girls to know something about sewing, even if the don’t love it at least they can use the knowledge for things that you’ve mentioned such as choosing quality clothing.

    Thank you for visiting and for commenting.


  4. Elizabeth says

    Hi Hadias,

    Your projects look great. Don’t worry about your daughter not enjoying the lessons so far. I wasn’t as good a student of my mother in that area as I should and could have been. But, now, later in life, I’m interested in taking my sewing skills higher. So, you never know what foundation you are laying. I think it’s good for girls to know something about sewing, even if sewing doesn’t become “their thing”, because a basic knowledge of it helps you spot quality in clothing and household goods, plus mend.

    Sorry I haven’t visited your site in a while or finished the blogger book club reading I was doing along with all of you. It’s been a busy first quarter of the year.



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