Whether you’re just getting started with crocheting or you’ve been doing it for years, having a crochet hook case can make it easier to store, transport, and organize your hooks and accessories.
These free crochet hook case patterns will help you carry your hooks and other supplies in style. Crochet your own unique crochet hook case in your favorite colors!
This week I thought we might like to see what our options are for crochet hook cases…and maybe use some of our stash yarn to make something useful for ourselves!
I love being able to use items that I make!
All patterns were free at the time they were added to the post.
Free Crochet Hook Case Patterns
Ammonite Crochet Hook Roll Pattern
Designed by Dedri Uys this pretty crochet hook case features an ammonite and sparkly beads. For this project you will need DK Weight Yarn and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. The finished size is approximately 24 cm X 16 cm (9.5 inches X 6.3 inches).
In Between Crochet Hook Organizer
Designed by HildeTindlund this beautiful crochet hook organizer is available on lillabjorncrochet. For this project you will need DK Weight Yarn and a 3 mm (D) crochet hook. The finished size is approximately 7.5 inches X 9.5 inches.
Granny Square Crochet Hook Booklet
Designed by Joanita Theron Designs this handy little crochet hook case has room for your hooks, stitch markers, a tapestry needle and paper and a pen. For this project you will need Light Worsted Weight Yarn and a 3.50 mm (E) crochet hook. The finished size is approximately 18 cm X 18 cm.
Afghan Hooks / Tunisian Crochet Hook Case
Designed by Priscilla Hewitt this easy to crochet long hook roll case fits Afghan Hooks, Tunisian Crochet Hooks and Knitting Needles. For this project you will need 3 oz. of Worsted Weight Yarn and a 5 mm (G) crochet hook. The finished size is approximately 8 inches tall.
Steel Crochet Hook Case
Designed by Priscilla Hewitt this great crochet hook case holds 16 hooks. The design includes pockets that are crocheted right into the case. For this project you will need Light Worsted Weight Yarn and a 3.75 mm (F) crochet hook. I made this one here.
Aluminum Crochet Hook Case
Designed by Priscilla Hewitt this great crochet hook case holds 10 hooks. The design includes pockets that are crocheted right into the case. For this project you will need Light Worsted Weight Yarn and a 3.75 mm (F) crochet hook.
Crochet Hook Case Pattern
Designed by Tera Kulling this easy crochet hook case is available as a PDF download. For this project you will need Worsted Weight Yarn and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook. The finished size is approximately 8 inches X 8 inches.
Crochet Hook Holder
Designed by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts this pretty crochet hook case has lots of space for you favorite hooks. For this project you will need Medium Weight Yarn and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. The finished size is approximately 10.75 inches X 15 inches.
Designed by Kara at Petals to Picots this reinforced pencil case. Use cut cardboard paper towel tubes, wrapping paper tubes or PVC Pipes. For this project you will need Worsted Weight Yarn and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. The finished size is approximately 8 inches tall.
Roll-Up Hook Case
Designed by Kim Kotary this simple roll-up style pencil case is perfect for storing your crochet hooks. For this project you will need Worsted Weight Yarn and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. The finished size is approximately 7 inches X 9.5 inches.
Houndstooth Hook Holder
Designed by Michelle at Book People Studio this trendy hook case includes dividers that go between your hooks. For this project you will need Light Worsted Weight Yarn and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook. The finished size is approximately 7 inches tall.
Crochet Hook Caddy
Designed by Jocelyn Sass and Margaret Willson this crochet hook case includes dividers that go between your hooks. For this project you will need Worsted Weight Yarn and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. The finished size is approximately 7 inches X 7.5 inches.
More Free Crochet Hook Case Patterns
- Easy Case Crochet Pattern by Patterns for Crochet UK
- Crochet Pencil Case by Erangi Udeshika
- Easy Peasy Pencil Case by Teri Heathcote
- Shark Time Pouch by Tamara Kelly
- Hook Monster – crochet hook case by Penelope Privett
- Crochet Hook Case by Sally V. George
- Star Hook Roll Case by Alli Hyer
- Clover Amour Hook Case by Iin Wibisono
- ACCROchet Hook Case by ACCROchet
- amicomo7-10 Needle Case by Pierrot (Gosyo Co., Ltd) this is charted
- Felted Hook Book by Lion Brand Yarn
- Ninja Hook Case (or not) by Justyna Kacprzak
- Crochet Hook Case by Crochet it Creations
- Free Crochet Jellyroll Hook Case Pattern by Crochetverse
- Crochet Hook Pouch by Goddess Crochet
- Suzette Crochet Hook Pouch by Sweet Bee Crochet
- Crochet Hook Case Crochet Pattern by Rich Textures Crochet
How to Crochet a Crochet Hook Case
Dawn from Ninja Bunny Crochet demonstrates how to crochet a beautiful crochet hook roll case with Worsted Weight Yarn  and a 3.75 mm crochet hook, in her video tutorial.
A Pretty Crochet Hook Case (for sale)
The Fox Crochet Hook Case
Designed by Littlehand Crochet this finished case measures 6 inches wide X 4.5 inches tall (when closed). Crocheted with Fingering Weight Yarn and a 2.5 mm and a 3 mm crochet hook.
You may also enjoy these patterns and posts:
- 25 Free Crochet Case Patterns
- A Granny Square Crochet Hook Booklet
- How to Increase and Decrease in Crochet
- Navajo Afghans Using Worsted Weight Yarn
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How I Store and Display my Crochet Hooks
First, I have TOO many crochet hooks.
They are my weakness – while some people collect things like shoes (my Nana), or yarn (you know who you are) – my biggest weakness is crochet hooks (and vintage crochet patterns).
I collect them, I use them (and flip though those fab old books and brochures every chance I get). I change hooks for every project I make.
I know I have a problem and I admit it…
But the question remains…
How does one store ‘too’ many crochet hooks?
I should mention, I have followed a couple of these patterns myself and I recommend them. I store some of my vintage hooks in crocheted cases that I made myself. I followed the patterns from Priscilla Hewitt to make the steel crochet hook case and the aluminum crochet hook case. Naztazia’s video helped me with the aluminum one.
Short Outings with my Crochet WIP
When I leave the house on a day trip with my family, or go to one of my son’s soccer games, I usually bring my Clover Amour Crochet Hooks. I only take the size(s) I need, a pair of scissors, a stitch marker and a yarn needle.
How I Store my Crochet Hooks at Home
The rest of the time my hooks are displayed in hook boxes, vintage glass cups (that I’ve picked up at the local thrift store…yes I love to thrift for old crochet patterns) and wood hook stands that are on different shelves in my work area (aka living room).
One of my favorite display holders is from a small business called the Lettoworkshop on Etsy. I purchased it in 2020 and it is just beautiful. The business was based in the Ukraine and is no longer there. I pray their family made it out safely. The design is similar to an old pipe stand but my hooks fit perfectly.
I also use one of these 30 hook display boxes (see below) and a 20 hook display box for my Furls Crochet Hooks. I will mention the second and third drawers only fit my Alpha hooks, Candy Shop Hooks and my Odyssey hooks, not the longer Streamline Hooks.
If I do dare to take my Furls crochet hooks with me on the go (which I will be doing this summer when we go to the cottage), I use this Extra Large Travel Zippered Storage Box to protect them. It has a hard outer case and they just feel safer in there than any other case I have.
But, for the most part, when I am outside my home with my crochet, my Clover Amour hooks are the ones I turn to and they travel in their trusty, bright orange, fake leather, dollar store, zippered pencil case.
And that’s how I store my pretties!
How do you store your crochet hooks?