Are you ready for another Halloween-inspired crochet pattern? Hopefully, you are because I’m really excited to share this project with you! I love it when I can fuse two of my favorite hobbies together (such as K-pop light sticks) to make one project. This time, I’m meshing my love for stationery with my love of crochet and I created a spellbook cover for my Hobonichi Techo or any other A6 notebook. If you don’t want to invest in a new Hobonichi cover for 2020 you can now customize a cover of your own!
I used a double crochet stitch but I think a single crochet stitch would be better if you want a sturdier cover. Feel free to use whatever colors you want. The pattern for the cover itself is really simple. the trickiest part of this entire is the surface crochet, surface crochet can be tricky even for me sometimes but the surface crochet part is optional, you can just cut out the star from felt if you would like. Maybe I’ll make a post or video about this in the future. Let me know if you would like that.
– G/4.25 mm crochet hook
sk – skip
dc – double crochet
flo – front loop only
blo – back loop only
Row 1: slst, ch 1, flo, sc 21 sts. Total = 21 sts
Rows 2-7: ch 1, sc 21 sts. Total = 21 sts
Row 1: Ch 5, sc 4 sts. Total = 4 sts
Rows 2-10: sc 4 sts. Total = 4 sts
Cut off and leave long tail for sewing