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Oh, my, it almost time for school to start, are you ready? I’m not! At least you can check one thing off your list with this free crochet pattern round up: teacher gifts! I’ve found some fun and quick little gifts you can make for your child’s new teacher and put them all together for you here. Happy school days!

Teacher Gifts - free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Crochet Pencil Scarf by Shelly Salinas
This pattern was first designed, written, and knitted by Zakka Life Crafts. I loved it so much that I wanted to write a crocheted version of it. The original designer was nice enough to give me permission to post my version. Thank you!

2) Back To School Coaster by Amber Jones
Could be made into a lapel pin if crochet thread is used!

3) Back-to-School Apple Coasters & Pouch by Maria Bittner
Here’s a quick little project that’s perfect for teacher’s gifts, stocking stuffers and lots more. The coasters work up quickly and by putting two together you can make a pouch for a little treat too!

4) Crochet Apple by Annemaries Haakblog
Crochet pattern of a cute apple that can be sewed onto a large paperclip.

5) Pencil Bookmark by Vicki Peterson

6) Chunky Basket by Elizabeth Pardue
I’m finally posting the pattern for the crocheted basket. Thank you so much for all of the comments and emails. I hope you like the pattern and the finished project as much as I do.

7) Apple coasters by Louise Howe
Use whatever scraps you have and whatever hook seems appropriate. UK TERMS USED

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

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