The kiddos are back in school and suddenly we realize we weren’t as prepared as we thought we were! They “need” a pencil case that’s cooler. They want to give the new teacher a gift. The other kids have all these fun things that they don’t have!!

OK, sometimes they have to deal with a little disappointment in life, but sometimes we can up the cool factor with a few fun creations. So, here are some patterns that will allow the kiddos to bring the cool to school!

Too Cool for School Round Up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern. Enjoy!

1) Simple Crochet Balls ~ by Stitches ‘N Scraps
OK, little balls like these were super cool when I was in school, but I may just be showing my age…

2) Apple Cozy ~ by Repeat Crafter Me
For the kid who isn’t too cool to show the teacher some love!

3) Simple Hair Tie Back with Button ~ by Jessie At Home
Here’s a quick, easy, and adjustable way to keep hair out of classwork!

4) Simple Summer Crochet Earrings ~ by Beatrice Ryan Designs
These earings may be big, but they are mostly yarn, so they’re nice and light.

5) Flower Paper Clips ~ by Petals to Picots
These pretty little paperclips are great for students and teachers!

6) Basketweave Boot Cuffs ~ by Elk Studio Handcrafted Design
Another way to stay warm while remaining cool.

7) Shark Time Pouch ~ by Moogly
Is there a cooler way to hold your pencils? I think not!

8) Stan the Crochet Stick Man ~ by KT & the Squid
I call this locker decoration!! Just add some sticky magnates to the back.

9) Jersey Mitts ~ by Kim Guzman
Now the older kids can be cool and stay warm all at the same time with these fingerless mitts!

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

OR ~ If you would like a pattern and yarn all together in a kit, try one of these:

Brooklyn Crochet Boot Liners Kit #CrochetKit from @beCraftsy Acapulco Bag Kit #CrochetKit from @beCraftsy

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