Carry-On Crochet Ideas

By Tameko – 2 Comments

Right off the bat, I must say, I am not talking about carry-on luggage here. I want to share some crochet ideas for the items we carry around with us all the time. What we carry around with us all day can be too heavy at times or simply not fashionable. How great would it be to create some things that will help us to carry the items we love and have a stylish look to them as well?

Here are a few ideas for carry-on crochet projects:

Pouches – they are great for carrying around spare change, crystals and gemstones, keys, and any other little thing that you need that’s small and easy to carry in a pouch. Check out this pattern, if you are looking for a great pouch project.

Tote Bags – these are great because you have more space to take the items that you need for school, work, or meeting. Who doesn’t love a good tote bag? They are especially helpful if you are a reader, a writer, or an artist and have to take your books and creative tools with you. And of course crocheters, it’s perfect for you as well to take your yarn, hooks, and other crochet tools anywhere you need to go. Check out this pattern, if you are looking for a great tote bag project. You can also find more bag patterns in the bag pattern section.

Phones – everyone has a cell phone these days and it is easier than ever to lose them, if we do not have something reliable to carry them around in. It is not always comfortable to carry them around in our pockets. Therefore, a nice small bag or pouch would be great. Check out this pattern, if you are looking for a cute wrist bag for your phone.

As you can see from the lovely patterns of crochet ideas for your carry-on items, the possibilities are endless.

Happy Crocheting!

Do you have a crochet idea for carry-on items? If so, please leave your comments below. We’d love to hear from you.

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2 Comments

  1. Kelsie says:

    What a great idea! I love the tote bag pattern!

  2. Jeanne says:

    I made a pretty little tote for carrying around my Kindle.

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