Crochet Your Way to the Head of the Class

I can’t believe how quickly the summer has flown by! It seems like just yesterday when I was hearing about graduation parties, and now I’m hearing about back-to-school sales. When I was growing up, going back to school meant shopping for school supplies and new clothes. Now that I’m no longer in school, it means something completely different—focusing on freshening up someone else’s wardrobe!

If you’re anything like me, you probably know at least one student who’s heading back to school, and you want to help that student make the grade in style. What better way to instill confidence than with a brand-new, handmade garment or accessory? Well, we’ve put together a collection of crochet projects that’s sure to send your student to the head of the class.

1. Nori Skirt

This cute little button-up number is perfect for the first day of class. Add additional personality with some unique buttons (affiliate link).

Nori Skirt CREDIT: Harper Point Photography

2. Vintage Pink Tank

If you’re looking for an easy project with simple details and minimal shaping, look no further than this project. It’s even versatile enough to be worn with or without something underneath.

Vintage Pink Tank CREDIT: Harper Point Photography

3. Northern Dreams Pullover

Made with baby alpaca (affiliate link), this sweater is sure to keep any student warm on those dashes across campus. Choose your student’s favorite colors and they’ll feel your love in every stitch.

Northern Dreams Pullover CREDIT: Pamela Bethel

4. Brenda’s Basketweave Bag

Large enough to fit everything from tablets to notebooks to textbooks, this crossbody bag is perfect for toting supplies to and from class. Use it on weekends when you’re headed to the football game to cheer on the team.

Brenda’s Basketweave Bag CREDIT: Joe Coca

There you have it. A short but sweet list of projects to make for your school-bound student. Which one will you add to your list? Let us know in the comments!

Happy stitching!

Featured Image: CREDIT: Pixabay; Jens Mahnke/Pexels

Explore more crochet patterns in Interweave Crochet!

Post a Comment