We’ve all had the need for an crochet emergency kit, right? You know those times when waiting at the doctors office gets too long, the movie you thought you were going to love isn’t so great, or when one of the kid’s sporting events gets a little snoozy?
Well, head to the car and grab an your crochet emergency kit!
These store perfectly in a glove box, center console, purse, project bag, diaper bag, cooler, and more! You can also keep one in a binder with printed patterns.
The best part is: you can make several for super cheap!
Here’s what you need:
Pencil Pouch (I got mine for 97¢ each at Walmart)
Fabric Tape Measure (I got mine for $1 each at Joann)
Scissors (I got a 2pk for 97¢ at Walmart)
Mini Notepad (I got a 3pk for 88¢ at Walmart)
Mini Balls of Yarn (Of course!)
For less than $40 dollars you can make 6 kits! … And hey, if you have an Etsy shop, you can sell these too!
Something else I love is the ability to add words to the front with a cutting machine and vinyl! You know I’m always looking for a way to put my Cricut Maker to work!
If you make one, I’d love to see it! Join the Blackstone Designs | Crochet Community on Facebook and show off your projects!
You can also share them on my Facebook Page!
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