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 and I’ll be working on more free patterns soon so do keep checking back.

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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