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Crochet Sunglass Case & Pattern

Thursday, July 4, 2013

I needed a new sunglass case for my sunglasses and I decided to crochet one myself.  Here is an easy pattern to crochet that I designed myself.  It was so fast and easy to make and I had a lot of fun.  Why not give it a try and let me know how it comes out!



Crochet Sunglass Pattern

Yarn: 1 Skein of Lily Sugar & Cream
Color: Playtime
Crochet Hook: US size I

sc = single  crochet

Chain 20
Row 1 - sc in 3rd chain from hook & all the way across to the end, ch 1 turn
Row 2 - sc in next sc & all the way across to end, ch 1 turn - 18 sc
Row 3 - Repeat until the piece measures 6 1/2 inches.
Fasten off and do not cut the yarn, you will need to leave enough yarn to sew two sides together.
Fold the piece in half. Take long piece of the yarn and sew the two sides up on the wrong side.
Turn inside out and done.

Option:  If you want to you can weave in at the top of the sunglass case with yarn to make a pull string.


At the top here you will weave in the end.  At the other end you will leave the yarn long so you can sew up the sides of the sunglass case.






Crochet the piece to measure 6 1/2 inches long.


Fold the piece over in half on the wrong side .




You will sew up two sides of the sunglass case.


Turn the case back inside out to the correct side.  Option: You may weave in a pull string at the top of the case to pull closed. 



Here is your finished crocheted sunglass case.  You are sure to get a lot of compliments!  Please give this easy crocheted sunglass case a try.

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Thanks everyone and enjoy.


Julie

22 comments:

  1. Neat idea Julie! I really like the colors in the yarn you used. I'm not much of a sunglass wearer but I bet this pattern could be adjusted for an ipod or something like that. Thanks for the pattern. Enjoy the holiday!

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  2. That is cute! I haven't pick up a crochet hook for a long time. I think I need serious remedial courses. Thanks for stopping in at Cranberry Morning - and yes, I make my own soap. Love everything about the process. :-) Hope you'll stop in again sometime! HomemadeSoapnSuch.Etsy.com

    Have a great Fourth of July weekend, Julie!

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    1. Hi and thanks for your kind words. Take care.

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  3. That's a pretty and colorful sunglasses case!!:)

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  4. So cute, pinning this one! Thanks Julie :)
    Kim @ *Soliloquy Of Food & Such*

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  5. I need to make one of these for my purse! Love your crochet projects. You choose the best colors!

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  6. Fun case Julie. I love the bright cheery colors! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  7. Julie,
    Thank you for sharing at Tuesday Trivia. What a neat idea, love the color of yarn.
    Pinning and sharing on google+
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

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  8. Great idea! Thanks for sharing on Tried and True recipes!

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  9. This looks like a fast and easy pattern. I like the colors in the yarn you used.

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  10. Hi Julie, Thank you for linking up your great free pattern at my first link party :) I really appreciate it!
    Rhondda
    Oombawka Design

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  11. Great colors! I saw these in Navey Wife's Submarine Link Party! :)
    Have a fantastic day!
    ~Pali @Knitting Rays of Hope
    http://knittingraysofhope.wordpress.com/

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  12. Love that yarn! Looks perfect for sunglasses :)

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  13. Beautiful sunglass bag. Love the color of yarn. Thanks for linking up @ Monday Handmade. :)

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  14. Great case! That yarn is so cheerful,
    I love it! Thanks for sharing your pattern at my Yarn Fanatic Party. I hope to see you there again! :-)

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  15. You probably already know that this was featured at Diana Rambles last week. I'm just getting around to letting you know now. It's so pretty!

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  16. Perfect for summer! Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party this week! Pinned!

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  17. What a summery yarn you've chosen. And such an easy pattern! Thanks for sharing with us at Creatively Crafty :) #ccbg

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  19. What a great idea and the yarn will be thick enough to protect it too as much as be vibrant and beautiful to hold your sunglasses. Thanks for linking up to Share With Me #sharewithme

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  20. What a cute idea to protect those glasses from scratches!! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things link party...hope to see you again tomorrow!! Pinned!

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