Crochet pattern: Sunglasses case

Crochet new digs for your spectacles or sunglasses with our easy-peasy crochet pattern. This no-nonsense case only uses basic crochet stitches so it’s a quick, practical make that’s great for beginners and the perfect gift for him and her, too. Here’s how to make one…

Crochet pattern - DIY sunglasses case | Mollie Makes | step 6

You will need:

• Worsted weight yarn in two colours
• Size H8/5.00mm crochet hook
• Tapestry needle

Learn how to chain and double crochet in our easy granny square crochet video tutorial above then hook up your sunglasses case. From the US? Use our handy crochet conversion table

 

Crochet pattern - DIY sunglasses case | Mollie Makes | step 1

Step 1
Ch 12.
Row 1: dc in the second ch from the hook, dc across (11 dcs). Turn.
Rows 2-6: dc in each space to the end of row, turn. When you reach the last stitch, change to your second colour.

Crochet pattern - DIY sunglasses case | Mollie Makes | step 2

Step 2
Rows 7-23
: dc in each space to the end of row, turn. When you reach the last stitch, change back to your first colour.

Crochet pattern - DIY sunglasses case | Mollie Makes | step 3

Step 3
Rows 24-25: dc in each space to the end of row, turn. Bind off.

Crochet pattern - DIY sunglasses case | Mollie Makes | step 4

Step 4
Repeat steps 1-3 to make the second half of the crochet sunglasses case.

Crochet pattern - DIY sunglasses case | Mollie Makes | step 5

Step 5
Use a tapestry needle to sew the edges together and weave in the ends.

Crochet pattern - DIY sunglasses case | Mollie Makes | step 6

Step 6
Heading out into the sunshine? Don’t forget your shades!
Happy summer!

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  • Carol

    This case would be WAY too long if there were 27 rows. I counted yours in the photo above and it is not 27 rows. Something is wrong here. Yes, I’m using an H hook and worsted weight yarn.