Back to school crochet patterns can have several uses. Some are great for teacher gifts, some help you or your littles stay organized, and some even show off your fashion sense. Whatever you are looking for, here are seven free crochet patterns so you will be ready for the upcoming school year.
Here are the names and links to seven free back to school crochet patterns so you will be ready.
1) Wave Your Hands Mitt by Jessie At Home
Did you go back to school just to find the AC is too low? Keep your hands warm without damaging your fashion by wearing these cool mitts!
2) Dancing Pencils Bag by Divine Debris
“This week I’ve got another in the Dancing Pencils line which I might add more to later in the year, who knows. I’m also an artist who dabbles with pencils and paper, so this line makes me smile in a not back-to-school way. “
3) Fox Pencil Case by Love Life Yarn
“I created this little case to hold pens, pencils, and markers with ease and to have them easily accessible. It has a zipper to keep everything in, especially important since I have four elementary age and younger.”
4) Tapestry Heart Pencil Case by Sincerely, Pam
What a sweet back to school crochet project to keep your pencils and other little items!
5) Rainbow Sherbet Tablet Cover by Blackstone Designs
“Handmade tablet covers are an awesome way to show your personality: just use your favorite colors and your favorite stitches!”
6) Planting Seeds Flower Pot Cozy by Moogly
“This really is a fantastic teacher gift for those on a budget. For each gift, I spent … less than $2.50 each!”
7) Pencil Wall Hanging by Heart Hook Home
“What better way to start the year off with a new teacher than to whip up a super cute pencil wall hanging for their classroom?!”
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