Hey there, my crochet friends!
Today, we are all about a quick fun pattern, a Crochet Glasses Case.
Yep, you heard it right! We’re diving into the world of crochet accessories, and this time, we’re making a handy and stylish case to protect our beloved spectacles. Isn’t that fun?
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It’s a great crochet glasses case pattern because:
This pattern is completely free. I want everyone to have the chance to create something beautiful and functional without spending a single penny.
It takes around half an hour or less. You can use all your scrap yarn – no need to buy new. They are great sell. You can make it to donate or gift your best friend.
You can use multiple yarn weights and colors.
So, gather your yarn stash, find your trusty crochet hook, and let’s get ready to whip up a fantastic crochet glasses case together
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Let’s get started with the pattern, shall we?
- Any Aran weight #4 acrylic yarn
- Hook: US H8 / 5.00 mm
- Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape
- One size – measure depends on your yarn choice. 7.5 “ long – 6.5” height
- Ch = Chain
- Sc = Single Crochet
- Sl St = Slip Stitch
- Sk = Skip
Specialty Stitch & Technique Key
- Moss st – [sc1, ch1, sk1, sc in next st]
- This pattern is worked as one rectangle folded on the height to form a case, a button added for closure
- This pattern is worked in rows
Pattern Designed By: Sandra Stitches This pattern is copyright protected; it is unlawful to distribute this pattern in any form (free, sale or trade).
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Now to the instruction:
R1: sc1 in 4th ch, ch1, sc in next, ch1, sc in next to the end of the row, finish with sc
R2: Repeat this row 20 times or as big as you wish, ch2, turn your work, sc in ch space from prev row, ch1, sc in ch space, and so on to the end of the row, finish with sc.
- Fold leaving 1 inch for closure. slip st to sew on both sides
- Insert a chain of 6 in s t#15 to work a button holder
- Fasten up and cut your ends!
Copyright protected. You may not redistribute pattern after purchase or publish any part as your own including photos. If sharing online you must link back to this original post. You may sell finished products and if possible, reference back to this pattern and/or give credit to Sandra Stitches by Sandra as the original designer.
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