Are you looking to make your own DIY glasses case? If so, this pattern is for you!
Use cotton yarn to crochet your very own eyeglass case that is perfect for storing your glasses in to keep them safe!
Read on down to find the free crochet pattern.
Diy Glasses Case That You Can Crochet
You have come to the right place if you are looking for something to store your glasses in while not in use! This pattern is super easy and is a great accessory to use daily! Read on down for the full free crochet glasses case pattern
Make This Free Crochet Eyeglass Case
If you have been following along with me over on Instagram then you will know that I have shared a few pictures of the making of this Glasses Case Crochet Pattern for a while now. I like to overshare!
I designed this glasses case pattern because I tend to leave my glasses lay where ever and I always lose them! Can you relate? 🙂
This Crochet Eyeglasses Holder Uses Cotton Yarn
I used Lily’s Sugar and Cream for this case because it is a durable cotton yarn, will wash up perfect and won’t scratch your glasses!
Since this glasses case will most likely be with you most of the time it is a good idea to have yarn that will last! Check out the yarn and different colorways on Amazon.
How to Crochet an Eye Glass Case
This easy pattern is made up entirely of half double crochet stitches which creates a quick design. Those are my type of patterns! 🙂 Which is always a positive!
The stitches I used also make it a great pattern for beginner crocheters who are just learning how to crochet. It really is a win-win! 🙂
Even if you don’t wear eyeglasses you can use these for sunglasses too! Hello, Summer sun! 🌞 I hope you enjoy this project and please read on down below for the full, free glasses case crochet pattern.
Ready to Learn How to Crochet a Case for Your Glasses?
Glasses Case Crochet Pattern
Skill Level: Easy
- Lily Sugar’n Cream cotton yarn (4 weight) in Jute or less than a 100 yards of any cotton yarn.
- Crochet hook size I 5.5 MM
- 1-inch button (I used a coconut shell button) – Find some Coconut Shell Buttons on Amazon
- yarn needle
- CH = Chain
- ST = Stitch
- HDC = Half Double Crochet
- SK = Skip
- Gauge is approx. 5 sts for every 2 inches
- Click HERE to add to Ravelry
- Finished size is 8″ wide x 3″ height when closed
- Find the Coconut Shell Buttons I used here on Amazon
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The Pattern Steps
Foundation Row: ch 21
Row 1: in 3rd ch from hook hdc, *sk 1 ch, hdc 2 times in next ch, repeat from * ending with 2 hdc’s in last ch, turn. ch 2 (19)
Row 2: in first st hdc, *sk 1 st, hdc 2 times in next st, repeat from * ending with 2 hdc’s in last st, turn. ch 2 (19)
Row 3-12: Repeat row 2 (19)
Row 13: Ch 1, Sc in first st, *sl st in next, sc in next st repeat from * for a total of 7 sts, sk 1 st, ch 3, in next st sc,* sl st in next st, sc in next st, repeat from * for a total of 7 sts, fasten off. You will end with a st count of (19 including the sk st)
Finishing: Fold up the bottom of the case as shown in the picture or about 2.5″.
Cut 2 6″ pieces of yarn and weave together the sides of the case.
Attach the button to the center of the case.
Weave in loose ends throughout the case.
I hope you enjoyed this Glasses Case Crochet Pattern and as always thank you for stopping by!