Happy Tutorial Thursday! In today’s video I’ll show you how to make this super easy and beginner friendly roll up needle case! You can customize this case to fit knitting needles, circulars, interchangeable, a mix of both and of course crochet hooks and more!

Watch Erica’s Roll Up Needle Case video tutorial here!

Do you prefer written patterns? Get Erica’s Roll Up Needle Case PDF pattern here!

Supplies:

I used a fun canvas print from my local fabric store and then a soft low volume quilting cotton for the lining. Since I used canvas for the outside and I wanted a softer more pliable bag I don’t think interfacing is necessary for this project, but you can use it if you prefer a case with a bit more structure.

As you can see I made my pockets a bit narrower to fit my DPNs and straight needles, but you can adjust the pocket size to fit your needs. This case has three layers of pockets giving it lots of room for all of your supplies!

It also has a handy flip over top to keep all of your supplies in place when it’s rolled up.

I also added this lovely leather tie on the side, I simply fold up my case, wrap the tie around a couple of times, then tuck it in. It’s very easy to get into and keeps the case tied in a nice bundle for easy storage.

The last thing to do is fill it with supplies, toss it in your bag, and you are ready to go!

Do you prefer written patterns? Get Erica’s Roll Up Needle Case PDF pattern here!

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