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Learn to crochet a fancy and stylish cell phone pouch using the Turkish Star Stitch and this free crochet pattern.
This morning I woke up and realized that when I charge my cell phone it is always on the ground. Having kids and pets at home, that may not be the smartest idea.
So I decided to create a cell phone pouch that protects my phone from dirt and possible scratches. It also has another purpose. It can be hung up over a charging plug when connected to an outlet while charging your phone. AWESOME!
It has another “hole” on the bottom of the pouch for your headphone jack to be plugged in while still having the pouch on your phone. WHAAAAAT? This means you can even hang this pouch onto your pants or a belt while hiking and still listen to your music or take phone calls!
So, now that I explained to you how awesome and multi-functional this pouch is, let me tell you this: It is super easy and fast to make! I made mine under an hour! And it basically only uses 1 stitch which is the single crochet!
Though the Turkish Star Stitch might not look like it, yes, it is 2 single crochet for every stitch just placed in a different location as you normally would. But it is easy! Just try it. And it looks very elegant!
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I have a video below where I show you exactly how I make this pouch from the beginning to the end!
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Learn how to crochet the Cell Phone Pouch
You will need:
2 Turkish star stitches x 4 rows = 1 square inch
6.5 inches x 3.75 inches (without the loop)
Cell Phone Pouch Pattern
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Feel free to choose a different yarn or hook. You can make this pouch in any size you wish. This pouch as it can easily be adjusted for any phone size. The instructions below are made for an iPhone 6s Plus.
- make a chain of 20, sl st to the 1st st
- place 2 sc in the same st as the sl st, sk 1 st, *2 sc in the next st, sk 1 st, repeat from * all the way to the end of the row, DO NOT SL ST
- now do the Turkish Star Stitch (see video instructions below, or click on the name for picture and video instructions for the stitch ONLY)
- when you reached the height of the phone (mine is about 6.5 inches), place a sl st in the next stitch
- now chain 15, sl st to the 4th stitch to the left by using the stitch and the hidden stitch below to make it more sturdy, now turn, and sc into each chain, sl st
- Fasten off and weave in the ends
- Add a button of your choice to the top area so that you loop the loop around it.
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