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Crocheted iPhone Cozy

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This easy Crocheted iPhone Cozy is a great last-minute gift idea for anyone on your list. Easy crochet patterns like this one can be made in less than a couple hours and don't require a ton of yarn. While you're at it, make one for yourself, too. This gadget cozy could also be used for any smartphone, iPod, or MP3 player. Create this useful and cute stocking stuffer for everyone on your list (and clean up your yarn stash at the same time!). If you like easy crochet patterns and need to make something fast, this is the perfect project for you to try. This is also a great first project for a brand new crocheter.
 

Crocheted iPhone Cozy
 

Materials:

  • Thick yarn (I used Bernat Roving) in 1 or 2 colours
  • Crochet hook 1 size smaller than recommended on yarn packaging (I used 5.5mm or US 9)
  • Button of your choice
  • Thread
  • Darning needle
  • Sewing needle
  • Scissors
  • Your phone (to make sure the fit is what you want)

 

Instructions:

  1. Make a slip knot and then chain 6 to 8 chain stitches (ch) together. Remember to keep the tension pretty tight.  Basically you want to have the chain be the same width of your phone when the chain is stretched firmly.  If you want the case to have a snug fit, (ch) 6 but if you want it a little more loose and roomy then (ch) 7 or 8 stitches.
     
  2. Round 2. Not turning your work, (sc) in the second chain from the end (the same end you’re hook is) and continue this in every stitch back across the entire row. 2 (sc) in the last stitch.
     
  3. Round 3. With your work still facing you, turn around the corner so that you’re now working into your original chain and still working right to left, 2 (sc) in first stitch then (sc) the rest of the stitches in the row except 2(sc) in the last stitch. Repeat this for as many rows you need until you have you have achieved the correct width to fit the bottom of you phone (probably about 3-5 rows total depending on how snug or roomy you want your cover).  Keep your phone handy to test and make sure the fit is good.
     
  4. Round 4, 5 or 6 onward. 1 (sc) in each stitch for each row until you’re near the top of your phone.
     
  5. Second last row. Here you can either keep your yarn colour the same or add your second colour. Starting at one side of the case, do one more row of (sc) and then at the end of that row change to 1 (sl st) in each stitch.  When you reach the exact middle of your case, (ch) 30 stitches so that you have a long chain and then do 1 (sl st) in the stitch that your chain originated in so that the chain becomes a loop that will go over the button.  Then carry on around the rest of the row until you’re back where you started. Fasten off and weave in any loose ends with your darning needle.
     
  6. Put your phone in the case and pull the chained loop over.  Mark where the end of your loop falls, centred on the case, and then stitch your button on in that exact spot.

 


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I want one of these Phone Cozy pouch , who volunteers to make me one . I cannot even sew a button.

Really cute project but the instructions are not clear :(

Hi Dotty, is there a particular step that's giving you trouble? I'd be happy to help! Thanks - Julia from FaveCrafts

After the 6 or stitches do you have to make a slip stitch and join the chain.

I dont understand how the pocket is made. Im confused about not turning the chain and how it becomes a pocket for the iphone cozy?

Hello... very interesting.. can I have the detailed step by step instructions to do this boxes. I'm a beginner in this craft hobby Read more at http://www.favecrafts.com/Kitchen-Crochet/Crochet-Stash-Baskets#PTgBSGmDwug4sGo7.99

I'm not sure what you mean by detailed step-by-step instructions to do the boxes. The link you posted takes you to the exact page you are requesting. Detailed instructions are there that should allow you to complete each type of basket. Are you having trouble with reading the abbreviations for the crochet stitches you need? If so, you might need to start with something much simpler and work your way up to those baskets.

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