Almost done, for you need to put you crochet hooks in the pockets. Done! Variations: To make the pockets larger, use a second row of dc instead ...
Recently, I found a pattern of an Aluminum Crochet Hook Case here: http://web.archive.org/web/20010820230737/members.aol.com/lffunt/alhookcase.htm., by Priscilla Hewitt. It made me really happy. Only one problem, none of my hooks would fit into pockets as narrow of the ones in this pattern. I have rheumatoid arthritis. I have put a layer of Sugru on all my hooks so that they are less painful to hold. So I spent several days thinking of how to make these pockets, large handle, friendly. I finally came up with an idea and it worked. Hurray! I have made 3 cases and all my hooks are now organized. Double hurray! I will be showing my version of the above pattern. My thanks to Priscilla Hewitt, for her inspiration.
Row 1_sc in 2nd chain from the hook, sc 29,ch1, turn (30 stitches)
*Row 2-dct the first stitch, then dc9 more stitches, next stitch, dc in the back loop repeat for 19 more stitches (20 stitches), to form the back of the hook pocket; turn clockwise; dc in the free loops of the previous 20 sc to form the front of the hook pocket; ch 1 turn
next stitch, dc in the back loop repeat for 19 more stitches (20 stitches),
to form the back of the hook pocket; turn clockwise; dc in the free loops of the previous 20 sc to form the front of the hook pocket; ch 1 turn
Row 3- sc, back along the front of the hook pocket (20 sc) and then turn and sc the 30 stitches going back to the other end of the pocket back, ch1 turn