5 Awesome Back to School Crochet Patterns you should make now!

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In the UK, September signals School. Try saying that one quickly. While our US counterparts may have already headed back into the classroom, there’s still time for us Brits to soak up the last few rays of summer sun and crochet some great back to school accessories. So if you’re a teacher, parent or student, this list by our guest blogger Flavia, has got you covered!

#1 – Pencil Case by Marlene Rodrigues

Corralling all of those pens and pencils

What I love about it:This pencil case caught my eye because of its sleek design, tight stitches and the optional flower detail. I also love that it is lined and zippered so that those pesky pencils can’t poke through or fall out.

Get the pattern here


#2 – Knot bag by Clare Blowers

Simple and cute lunch bag toteWhat I love about it: Also known as the Japanese Knot Bag, this super simple bag design would make a perfect bag for storing the kids’ lunches or your own lunch for work. The single handle that closes the opening makes it quick and easy to open and take with you in a hurry.

Get the pattern here.



#3 – Tablet sleeve by Marinke Slump

Protecting your electronicsWhat I love about it: More and more schools commission tablets or small netbooks to middle and high school kids for use in the classroom and at home. Protect your child’s tablet or netbook with this quick and simple tablet cover. Plus, it uniquely identifies your child’s computer!

Get the pattern here.


#4 – Dear Diary….by Christiana Marceline

Protecting your textbooksWhat I love about it: At least back when I was in school, textbooks got hauled to and from school constantly. Paper bag bookcovers work until they don’t and the purchased cloth covers always seem to sprout holes.

This cover is for a book the size of a diary, but I think it would be awesome to cover textbooks in this manner and really spruce up handed down textbooks.

Get the pattern here.


#5 – Book Thong by Donna Hulka

Textbook bookmark

What I love about it: Simple, quick to make, and bedazzled with beads! An excellent opportunity to mix thread crocheting with beading.

Get the pattern here.


What do you think of Flavia’s Fab Back to School Finds? My favourite part of having a guest blogger is discovering a whole new crochet perspective and some wonderful new patterns! Thanks again Flavia for a wonderful Back to School roundup!

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