The new school year is a time for adventures, projects, knowledge, stories, and relationships. When kids start with a cheerful mood and great intentions, it will pass well. And we can try to create this mood with fun back-to-school crochet ideas. Make cute trinkets, pencil cases, tiny pen toppers, and other school accessories and décor with free crochet patterns I gathered for you. You can also get inspired with gift ideas for teachers or school fair crafts.
Kawaii Colored Pencil
- DESIGNED by Jen Hayes
These tiny colored amigurumi pencils are a great gift idea for scholars, students, teachers, and all people who are involved in the educational process. You can decorate a backpack, use it as a trinket, or learn colors with small kids. The free pencil crochet pattern is free and beginner-friendly. You need just a little yarn to make it, so it is a perfect stash-busting project too.
PHOTOS by Jen Hayes / ravelry.com
The Tiny Tiger Pencil Topper
- DESIGNED by Maria Ufimtseva
Your kid will be happy with this tiger pencil topper because it is so cute and will make a pen unique. Its size is around 1.7 inches or 4.5 cm. The free pencil topper crochet pattern is free and contains step-by-step written English instructions with US terms. Take it and impress your children!
PHOTOS by Maria Ufimtseva / ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
Cute Bear Glasses Stand
- DESIGNED by Delilah Crochet
If your kid wears glasses, it’s a good idea to think about a stand where they can store them when their eyes are having a rest. You can crochet this lovely bear glasses stand with a free pattern, and they will always be in their place.
PHOTOS by Delilah Crochet / ravelry.com
Pencil Wind Spinner
- DESIGNED by Jenila Mathialagan
Here is one of the cutest back to school crochet ideas for a kids’ study area or a classroom. Crochet this pencil wind spinner with a free beginner-friendly video tutorial and present it to a teacher or your kiddos. The finished size is approximately 12 inches or 30.5 cm long if you use worsted weight yarn and a 4.5 mm hook.
PHOTOS by Jenila Mathialagan / ravelry.com