Easy Crochet Hook Case

Easy Crochet Hook Case

Learn how to crochet an Easy Crochet Hook Case with this quick tutorial. The case holds up to four hooks in an organized fashion. This is great to take with you on trips or store easily in your bag. Who doesn't love simple crochet patterns like this?

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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


  • 4.00 mm Crochet Hook
  • Yarn of your choice
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle


Ch 30
Row 1: sc in the 2nd ch from hook. Sc in each ch for a total of 29 sc’s.
Row 2: ch 3 (counts as dc.) dc in the next 8 sc’s. dc in the back loops of the next 20 sc’s. Reverse the work and dc in the next 20 free loops (the loops that you have not worked into.)
Row 3: ch 1 and line up all dc’s and sc them together by sc 2 dc st’s at the same time and turn. sc in each sc across the row and dc in the next 9 dc’s.
Rows 4 and up: Repeat rows 2 & 3 for as many pockets you need.


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The video really helped me understand this pattern but now that I made it I can customize it for my own needs. Very nice!

I searched everywhere a simple to follow tutorial and pattern to find this one by Tristran was perfect. I use comfort hooks so I changed the double crotchets to trebles for the pockets and it worked a treat. So grateful to you guys for this pattern.

I am a beginner and this was my first project that wasn't just squares. Really easy to make and very helpful to have the video and the pattern together. That helped me understand what I was supposed to be doing.

What great timing!! I have picked up several cases that are the right size for my hooks but was trying to figure out what I wanted to use inside the fold out cases to hold my hooks. This sounds perfect! I have to comment on your video. Wonderful!! Thanks for being a sweetheart and sharing.

Hello Tristan, i want to thank you for the crochet hook pattern. It took me awhile, because it is tricky just as you said. But i didn't give up and i finally got it. Thanks for sharing. You are very talented!!!

i am confused must be something i missed in the video

I keep my hooks in a small metal box for sewing accessories--that way I can keep yarn needles, a small scissors, and tape measure too :)

i like the hook case. I did manage to make the first hook case but when I wanted to add on, i followed directions for 2 and 3 but when I tried to crochet them together i was unable to do so because my yarn was not in the right place. Do I have to make these individually and then crochet them together. Anything you can tell me will be appreciated.

You do not have to crochet them together. I know th pattern sounds a bit tricky, but you should watch the video tutorial to get a better understanding of this hook case. Hope this Helps!

This is a great project! I already made one and have had 6 people ask me to make one for them.

So, do I use a 4.oo hook or 6.00 hook? I'm gonna do this hook-case and wanted to say what great design:) Thanks

Use a 4.00 mm crochet hook.

oh and also g/6 is not 4mm it is 4.25mm

yes that would be very nice

This is a very good beginner project, to use or give as a gift. The instructions are very clear and well delivered and it's super fast and easy. I would just add some edging (trim), or as Tristan said (but didn't show) a button, a wrap strap (like folds around a good journal), even a little crocheted flower. The difference from one project to another is how it's finished. This video is great, but I wish you could add some finished projects showing what you can do with this basic idea, especially for the kids and beginners.


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