Adventure Travel Case

Adventure Travel Case

Adventure Travel Case
Adventure Travel Case

"The Adventure Travel Case is a fun pattern to make for kids - or for kids to make for themselves! (Or maybe you want one too?!) Customize one for your favorite adventurer with this free crochet pattern! The Adventure Travel Case looks like a book with handles - and it opens up to reveal a bunch of handy pockets you can fill with everything needed for their next special trip! This pattern is made with only beginner level stitches - so don’t let it intimidate you! Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie makes it just as fun to touch as it is to carry. The Adventure Travel Case crochet pattern includes 5 different pockets to mix and match for the perfect custom case for your little explorer. Add your own buttons and special touches to the front and you’ll have something special indeed! For more information, see: https://www.mooglyblog.com/adventure-travel-case/"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeClosed: 9.5" wide excluding handles x 11" tall x 1.5" deep

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I remember as a child, how excited I got for summer vacation because that always meant I got to travel with my mom. She would always let me bring along a friend. Now I realize that was probably more for her than for me because she didnt get annoyed as much. This is a cute travel case. It is full of pockets of different sizes to keep all of your travel needs in. I need one for myself for everyday.

When my children were all young, we made regular long car trips to visit relatives in other states. About the only available activities were coloring books, counting cars and the occasional game of Punch Buggy (lots more VWs on the road back then). I would have loved a few of these to pass out to the older kids! Of course, the contents would have changed but the idea remains the same.

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