Here’s a quick scrap yarn project that to help keep your sunglasses scratch free when not worn.

You’ll need a 4.5mm/7/G 6-7 crochet hook
Aran/10 ply/Worsted thickness cotton or cotton blend yarn. I’ve used Drops Paris 100% Cotton.
Darning Needle

This pattern is written in UK terms. For US terms please see the conversions table below.

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1st Round: h11, dc in 2nd stitch from the hook, dc in next 9 sts and turn work 180 degrees to work on the other side of the beginning chain. Dc in each of the 10 stitches.

Work in spiral. After a few rounds it’s a good idea to weave in the beginning tail. 

Dc in each stitch for 25-30 rounds, depending on what size you wish the case to be. The average adult case is around 5.5cm wide and 15cm tall and a children’s one is the same width but 1-1.5 cm shorter.

The size will largely depend on your tension, but a case for children’s sunglasses takes around 25-27 rounds and a case for adult sunglasses takes around 27-30 rounds. It’s easy to measure the needed height as you work.

If you wish to make the case wider, remember that adding 1 stitch in the beginning chain adds 2 stitches for a round/circumference.

If you’re using several colours, weave in ends as you work.

For a hanging loop: after finishing the last round (press the case flat and make sure you’ve finished at the side of the case) ch-18, dc in next stitch, st in next two stitches, cut yarn and weave in the end.

Happy Crafting!

Pattern Copyright Ida @ Lemon Bee Designs 2020. All rights reserved. You may not reproduce or sell copies of this patterns. You may sell finished products made with this pattern, but kindly credit back to Ida @ Lemon Bee Designs as the designer.

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