Crochet, instruction video

Ammonite Hook Roll Video Tutorial

It’s almost holiday time and I have the perfect project for you. Make your own crochet hook roll, either for yourself or to give as a gift. The Ammonite Crochet Hook Roll is a pattern by my good friend Dedri Uys from Look at what I made. She asked me to do a video tutorial for you, and I am more than happy to help you with the tricky bits.

ammonite hook roll

Resources

Material

To make the Ammonite hook roll you need the following:

Scheepjes Stone Washed is available from Wool Warehouse (UK/International), Love Crochet (US), Knotty House (CA), Caro’s Atelier (NL/EU) or your local Scheepjes Stockist. Thank you for supporting my work by buying your yarn through the links on my blog. ❤

ammonite hook roll

Video tutorial

I show you how to make the Ammonite hook roll in THIS video. Along the way I show you how to make the pockets where your hooks go in and I show you how to work with the beads.


ammonite hook roll with button

You are welcome to join my brand new Facebook group “It’s all in a Nutshell Crochet Nuts” that I have created to give everyone that uses my videos or patterns the opportunity to share their work. Feel free to join! I would love to see your ammonite hook roll.

With love,

Esther

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4 thoughts on “Ammonite Hook Roll Video Tutorial”

  1. Dear Esther: Thank you SO much for making this a free pattern. My favorite aim in life is to make all the functional items we use every day beautiful at the same time, wherever possible. I was looking at Prudence Mapstone’s Facebook post about an art instillation she is working hard on to meet the deadline. It was filled with beautiful spirals (ammonites) which is one of my favorite symbols. I have at least one of her books buried somewhere but before I could dither about where to look, up came your wonderful pattern. I am thrilled – needless to say! I will go right over and follow you on Facebook after saving the PDF. Thank you again! Warm regards, Linda “K”

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