How to Crochet a Simple Sunglasses Case
How to crochet a sunglasses case? This quick and easy crochet sunglasses case is beginner-friendly, and shouldn’t take more than half and hour to complete. This sunglasses case is a perfect, handmade summer gift, or is great for getting organized yourself.
How to Crochet a Sunglasses Case (Video Tutorial):
Stitches used in this pattern:
Yarn: 4 Medium
Crochet Hook: G / 6 / 4.25MM
Attach yarn to crochet hook using a slip knot.
Row 1: CH 14, turn.
Row 2: Working in the BLO of the 2nd CH from crochet hook, place 1 SC in each st in the row. Turn work slightly at end of row, then place 1 SC in the FLO of each of the previous row’s stitches (26 total SC st at end of row – should now be a round pattern). SL st in 1st SC st.
Row 3: CH 2, then place 1 DC in st directly BEHIND current st (make sure to skip the SL st and work in the last SC st of the previous row). *Skip the next st that hasn’t been worked and place 1 DC in the following st, then place 1 DC in the skipped st (behind current st).* Repeat * around the row (13 criss-cross st at end of row).
Rows 4 – 16: Repeat Row 3.
For the Strap:
Row 1: CH 25 off last row. Skip 12 st, then SL st into 13th st.
Row 2: Turn work and place 25 SC AROUND the CH stitches. SL st in original st of handle.
Row 3: Turn work and place 1 SC in each of the 25 SC st that form the handle. SL st in original st of handle.
Cut and tie off yarn. Hide tail up inside of sunglasses case. 🙂