The fidget spinner craze is upon us! In case you don’t know what a fidget spinner is, it’s a toy that has joined the ranks of Rubik’s Cube, Silly Putty, and Furbies. Luckily for parents everywhere, this toy won’t get stuck in your carpet and furniture, and it doesn’t require batteries or make creepy noises. Plus, some studies show that these fidget spinners help kids with ADHD as well as kids across the spectrum. Having something (mostly) silent to spin and fidget with helps a lot of people to focus and pay attention in class and at the office! We’ve made our own version of these fidget spinners here on Crafty House.

If your kid has a fidget spinner, you need to crochet it a little case. For several reasons. 1) Because how cute is case? With the monster button and everything? Adorable. 2) While the fidget spinners are pretty indestructible, they could dent the wood floor if they are accidentally dropped. 3) Follow the golden rule of organization: A place for everything and everything in its place.

Go ahead and see how to crochet this fidget spinner case in the video below!