I found this 10x10 frame at the thrift store for $3.99. I knit using a simple elongated stitch. I cast on 15 stitches. The yarn was handspun a single-ply chunky/worsted thick and thin. About 2 stitches per inch. But I cast on 15 instead of 20 because I wanted to stretch it to fit the frame so that it had tension and the jewelry wouldn't sag on it. I also wanted to see the holes in-between the stitches.
As I was knitting, I compared it to the size of the frame and bound off when it was the size I wanted. About 15 rows. Then I attached it to the back of the frame using a craft staple gun.
It worked great for my earrings, barrettes, and hair pins.
It would also be a perfect bow holder for a little girl's bedroom.
You could display your crochet hooks and knitting needles from it by weaving them in and out of the knit sideways.
Or simply use it as a beautiful piece of art to frame in your bedroom or craft room.
You can make a similar project by weaving art yarn in a frame!