Whether you’re doing a deep spring cleaning or just redecorating, it never hurts to have a handmade touch! This roundup includes 10 free crochet and knitting patterns to help you get organized around the home.
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10 Free Patterns To Help You Get Organized
This roundup includes both crochet and knit inspiration for ways you can get organized. At least one should inspire an “a-ha!” moment when you realize how much easier your life could be. These patterns include projects for the bedroom, living room, and kitchen, as well as for when you’re on-the-go!
8 Free Crochet Patterns To Help You Get Organized
These eight free crochet patterns are perfect for getting your things together and making your home more organized.
Mandala Cord Taco by Celtic Knot Crochet
This is a quick and easy crochet pattern for beautiful mandalas that fold into cord organizers. Cables are very tangle-prone and when they’re laying around, they make any space look messy. This is a pretty taco to keep them out of the way and you can make several in just one sitting.
Easy Dual Remote Caddy by Crochet Memories
There are usually multiple remotes lying around on the sofa and coffee table. Sometimes it gets hard to find them because there are so many places they could be! This caddy keeps them together and you can customize it for any size and shape of remote.
Bag Keeper by Snappy-Tots
If you have a lot of plastic bags laying around, this is the thing you need! This plastic bag holder will also remind you where to go when you need a bag. It’s space-saving and environmentally friendly so you can reuse your shopping bags.
Apple Document Cover by Blue Star Crochet
Is it just me or when you really need your documents, they are nowhere to be found? It seems they vanish into thin air! This document cover is great for keeping your important papers in one place. You can also make several in different colors so you know which carrier has what type of documents.
Ammonite Crochet Hook Roll by Look At What I Made
How unique is this crochet hook case? It rolls up and the colorful handles look stunning against the dark gray! The ammonite adds a little something extra, setting it apart from other holders. You can organize all of your hooks, especially the ones that came individually and you don’t want to lose.
Pablo the Porcupine Pincushion by Underground Crafter
This easy crochet pincushion pattern is a great way to use up yarn scraps. He’s quick to make and a very cute addition to your sewing corner to stick your needles in. It’s so important that they don’t end up on the floor or stuck on a project, and Pablo will make sure you stay safe.
Pan Protectors by Heart Hook Home
Pans can be so pricey and if you’ve bought all sorts of sizes that you keep in storage for long periods of time, you’ll definitely want to keep them from scratching. These protectors are beginner-friendly and would make a great gift to your chef friend who loves their pots and pans!
Organizer Basket with Removable Dividers by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts
We have to have a classic basket pattern because getting organized requires so many boxes and buckets! You get a 2-in-1 with this crochet pattern because you can use it with the dividers for smaller items or without for bigger objects. It’s up to you!
2 Free Knit Patterns To Help You Get Organized
These free knit patterns for organization inspiration are fun and quick to make (as well as great decor items)!
Simple Shibori Pin Banner by Moogly Blog
This pin banner will hold together all the pins to commemorate your travels and life events. The souvenirs you’ve gathered while traveling or those you were given at seminars and conferences — whatever the occasion, instead of gathering dust in a corner somewhere, you can display them on this hand-knit pin wall hanging!
Finger Knit Basket by Stitches n Scraps
If you feel like starting a long, complex project isn’t your cup of tea at the moment, you can kick back and relax with this super fast and easy finger knit basket which will be ready in no time! And you can chuck all your scattered balls of yarn into it, too.
Still looking for more handmade organization tools and projects? Check out these these posts for 40+ free patterns to inspire your next crochet or knit project!
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