I have this theory. Everything is better in it's own unique, cute, little case. Yes?
Ok, maybe it's just me. Anyway, I decided to make a little case for the crochet needles I got my mom for Christmas. One of these days I am going to teach her how to crochet :) In the mean time, you can make a fun little case for your own hooks.
Here is what you'll need:
6.5" x 35.5" piece of linen (or any other fabric)
a magnetic clip
letter stamps & ink
wax paper & pencil (optional)
 Start by prepping your fabric. Iron and cut a piece of fabric that is 6.5" x 35.5". Fold your fabric right sides together "hamburger style" (your fabric will now be 6.5" x 17.75") and sew around all sides (leaving 2-3 inches on one of the short sides for turning). Turn your piece right side out and press flat.
 Next, using your crochet hooks as a guide, fold the bottom of your fabric up to cover 3/4 of your hooks. Pin both sides in place.
 Now is when you'll put on your magnetic clip. Follow the instructions on the package to do so. I placed my clip about 2 inches from the bottom (centered on my holder).
 Now, using wax paper, draw guide lines for your pouch divisions. I like to do this because it ensures nice straight lines. You can sew directly over your wax paper. When you're finished, carefully peal the wax paper off and throw it away. You'll be left with nice straight lines!
If you'd like, just go for it and sew with the wax paper. What's the worst that could happen? I used my zipper foot around my clip.
As for the sides, leave them both open for now. They will get stitched down in a later step.
 Moving to the top of your case, top stitch across your opening from step 1 that was used to turn your piece.
 Fold the top edge over a few inches and press with your iron. This length will vary based on your magnetic clip placement. Install the other half your clip under your newly created flap. Before committing to the placement, check to see that both parts of the clip line up.
 Once your clip is in place, sew straight down both of the sides to secure your flap and hook pockets. Decorate with rubber stamps and you have a cute little case for your crochet hooks.