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Topic: Green Arrow Quiver for Crochet Hooks  (Read 1299 times)
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« on: July 31, 2013 09:22:32 PM »

Green Arrow’s Quiver

A quiver to hold your crochet hooks or knitting needles.

Pick a fabric for your crochet hook holder, fold the edges and stich them under. Choose how big you want your pockets to be and stitch them up.

I used a duck cloth canvas for the outside of the quiver and edged it with bias tape.

Stich the inside holder to the outside of the quiver using at least 4 seams, I stitched over seams that were already on the holder.

On the outside of the quiver I turned the stitch lines into arrows using paint.

Create two caps out of pleather. I rolled the quiver up and measured the lids based on the size of the quiver roll. Attach a strap of the pleather to each cap to make the handle.

I used grommets to hold the roll together and laced it up with purple ribbon. I attached three snaps each cap and the roll to make the caps attach better.

Things I would have done different:

Use a piece of interfacing between materials to give it some stability and a piece of Velcro to close the quiver would be easier than the grommets.

Good luck!


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« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2013 06:12:50 PM »

How fun!  Awesome job.
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2014 01:02:19 PM »

Awesome I love Oliver! How neat!
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