Crocheted Sunglass Case Pattern

by on January 15th, 2011
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Slip your sunglasses into a soft crocheted sunglass case. This easy to make project protects your sunglasses from unnecessary scratches. The case fits easily into your purse, pocket or glove box.

Things You’ll Need:

Pearl cotton or knit cro-cheen
Size B/1/2.25mm crochet hook


Row 1 – Chain 25 stitches for a pair of sunglasses 3-inches at the widest point. Add or subtract 8 chain stitches per inch to create a sunglass case of a different size. Follow the same instructions to create the rest of the case.

Row 2 – Single crochet in the second chain from the hook and in each stitch across. Complete a total of three single crochet stitches in the last chain stitch. Turn and single crochet in the bottom loops of the chain. Complete two single crochet stitches in the last chain stitch. Connect the last stitch to the first stitch in the row with a slipstitch in this row and each row hereafter.

Row 3 – Chain 1 stitch. Single crochet in the same stitch as the slipstitch and each stitch around. Join.

Row 4 to ? – Repeat Row 3 until the case extends ½-inch past the end of the sun glasses. Slide the sunglasses in the case to measure.

Rows for Flap – Count the stitches around and divide in half. Chain 1 stitch. Single crochet in half of the stitches. Chain 1 stitch. Turn. Single crochet back and forth across the row until the flap is 2-inches long. Finish off.

Add a tie to the flap to secure in place if desired. Count the stitches across the flap. Divide the number in half to find the center. Chain 90 stitches. Secure the chain to the center of the flap. Chain 90 stitches. Finish off. Fold the flap down. Wrap the two ends around the back then to the front of the sunglass case. Tie the ends together with a bow.

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