Bobbly Kindle (ipad/laptop/phone) case pattern

A cosy, lined case covered in a pattern of tiny little bobbles. It is very thick and textured. For laptops, kindles, ipads or phones! The instructions are very detailed with lots of photos. The case I make in the instructions is to fit a kindle but general instructions are also given so it can be made any size. As always I use English crochet terms and include a conversion chart for American terms.

What you will need:
• 3mm hook
• Chunky yarn or thinner yarn (~dk) doubled up.
• Lining material
• 2, 3 (or 4 or more!) buttons of your choice
• Pins (to pin the lining to the case)
• Thread and needle for sewing on the lining and buttons
• Optional – extra wadding/padding to go between the lining and the crochet if you are making a large case, such as for a laptop.

You may sell items you make from this pattern as long as you credit my blog as the source of the pattern and provide a link to the page where the pattern can be purchased.

Fully illustrated, detailed instructions are available for £1 (that’s about $1.60 at the time of writing). You can either buy now via paypal or purchase through Ravelry:

If you have any questions or want any help with this project you can email me at cultofcrochet@gmail.com and I’ll be working on more free patterns soon so do keep checking back.

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10 thoughts on “Bobbly Kindle (ipad/laptop/phone) case pattern

  1. Omg I loooove mine, finished it tonight with some help from a friend who stitched the lining for me. No guessing what my friends will be getting for Christmas this year!!

  2. How about a pattern for adults with crocodile stitch. Didn’t realize I was a lefty until now. Its all making sense now. Thanks for patterns I can understand.

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