Are you feeling the summer heat yet? I certainly am. And this wavy crochet sunglass case comes in handy to keep my shades neatly and safely.
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I currently live in the Middle East and once it is March we begin to anticipate the heat. By June and July it is at its peak and sunglasses become our best pals.
It so happens that I lost my sunglass case, so what better time to crochet a sunglass case than in this desert heat? Plus, it was a quick summer crochet project to make.
I have been working with this wavy crochet stitch on a couple of yarny projects (which will be revealed in time). I am not sure of its original name, but I have seen it called Gem stitch in a crochet book I own. Talking of books, the one featured in the photo has been wonderful to read. The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down is all about mindful and conscious living and I am loving every moment of reading it.
The first design I made with this stitch is the River Gem Beanie and Scarf set. I liked the result but did not have the patience to create more designs with it.
This time around, I aim to explore the stitch design by creating the at least five projects with it, and this crochet sunglass case is one of many.
This sunglass crochet case is made in rounds, except for the last few upper rows. You will need to know how to do the Foundation Single Crochet technique, if you do not, it is alright. This video tutorial explains just how to do it. on Round 1, we will use the FSC technique as used in the Super Quick and Chunky Headband pattern I made on Crafther blog; as seen below, you begin working the opposite side from the last stitch.
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QUICK SUMMER CROCHET SUNGLASS CASE- FREE PATTERN
Finished Size: 6.2” wide/3.2” tall
- This pattern uses Worsted Weight, medium 4 Cotton yarn. The one used in this pattern is DROPS Paris 50g/75mtrs. Substitute with Paintbox Yarns cotton aran. Col A- brown, Col B-mustard
- 4mm hook (4.5mm for slightly larger case)
- Tapestry Needle
- Stitch markers
- SC- single crochet
- DC- double crochet
- CH- chain
- FSC- foundation single crochet
- The Pattern uses U.S terms
- The 1st st is the same st where you joined the previous round
- Ch 2 counts as 1 stitch
- From round 10, place stitch markers in first and last stitches
- ‘bottom stitch’ is round 9, where you will be joining each row
Round 1: with colour A, FSC 24, working on the opposite side, in last st, 2SC, SC in 22 sts, 2SC in last st. Join to 1st st.- 51 sts
Round 2: Ch 1, 2SC in 1st st, SC in 22 sts, 2SC each in next 3 sts, SC in 22 sts, 2SC each in next 2 sts. Join to 1st st. with col B- 56 sts
Round 3: Ch 2, DC in next 2 sts, *[SC in 3 sts, DC in 3 sts.] 3 times, SC in 3 sts, DC in 7 sts. Repeat *[ ] 3 times, SC in 3 sts, DC in 4 sts. Join to top of ch 2 with col A
Round 4: Ch 1, SC in same st and next 2 sts, *[DC in 3 sts, SC in 3 sts] 3 times, DC in 3 sts, SC in 7 sts. Repeat *[ ] 3 times, DC in 3 sts, SC in 4 sts. Join to 1st st with col B
Round 5-8: repeat rounds 3 & 4
Round 9: repeat round 3
Round 10: Ch 1, SC in same st and next 2 sts, [DC in 3 sts, SC in 3 sts] 4 times, SC in next st, sl st in next. Turn
Round 11: skip 1st st, [DC in 3 sts, SC in 3 sts] 4 times, DC in 2 sts, with col B sl st in sl st from Round 9. Turn
Round 12: skip 1st st, SC in next, [DC in 3 sts, SC in 3 sts] 3 times, DC in 3 sts, SC in 2 sts, sl st in next bottom st. Turn
Round 13: skip 1st st, DC in 1 st, [SC in 3 sts, DC in 3 sts] 3 times, SC in 3 sts, sl st in next 2 bottom stitches with col A. Turn
Round 14: skip 1st st, DC in 2 sts [SC in 3 sts, DC in 3 sts] 3 times, sl st in next st (last st from previous row), sl st in next bottom st. Turn
Round 15: skip 1st st, SC in 2 sts, [DC in 3 sts, SC in 3 sts] 2 times, DC in 3 sts, SC in next, sl st in previous st, sl st in next botton st with col B. Turn
Round 16: skip 1st st, [SC in 3 sts, DC in 3 sts] 2 times, SC in 3 sts, DC in next st, sl st in last st, sl st in bottom st.
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