I think I do most of my crocheting sitting down at the kitchen table while the boys do their homework, or in the pauses that happen now and then during meal preparations - waiting for the water to boil, or for a dish to finish cooking. I also do a lot of crocheting while waiting around in town, which happens regularly, as it's a long drive home - and seems longer and longer with the sky-rocketing price of gasoline in this country. So, a bit like emigrants, we leave the house with bags and bundles full of snacks, equipment, and things to do during those inevitable periods of time when we have to wait in a bar or at the beach for someone to finish or start an activity, for an appointment, and so on.
Before leaving home, I grab my crochet work, which is usually sitting somewhere in the kitchen, and tuck it in my handbag. Lately, though, I've started to worry about losing or breaking my precious wooden hook that I bought on a whim at Retrosaria, and that I'm absolutely loving. I decided that my crochet hook and work needed a better place to be here, there, and everywhere.
I made a version of my round hanging bag (my tutorial here), which works really well: when I'm home it hangs on the back of a chair in the kitchen, where it's out of the way, and I find looks quite decorative. And when I leave home, I just grab it and go.
I've tested it out here, there and everywhere, and I love it - why didn't I think of making one before?!
I also made a Everywhere Handwork Bag for my shop: a convenient, portable bag for handwork, both at home and on the go.