Patterns: Crochet iPad Pouch
This iPad pouch was so much fun to create. The hot pink colour is funky and there’s nothing I like more than fun and bright pieces. Plus, this crochet iPad pouch will protect your device. As someone who’s shattered and/or cracked a screen or two, even a little extra protection is what I need. And this pouch is cute too, so it’s win win in my books!
I had some yarn on hand from Bernat, and the worsted cotton was perfect for this type of project. So I got out my crochet hook and began to hook up this crochet iPad pouch. I decided it needed a little jazzing up–after all, rows upon rows of single crochets are a tad dull, so I decide to use some white yarn and added some flare to the piece with the spike stitch. I adore how it turned out! Not sure how to spike stitch? Believe me, it’s easy, especially with this helpful tutorial by Moogly. You cannot go wrong.
Hot Pink iPad Pouch
Bernat Handicrafter yarn, two skeins in Hot Pink, one in White
Chain 24 in Hot Pink
Row 1: In second ch from hook, sc. Sc in each stitch across, ch 1 turn
Row 2-12: Repeat row one.
Row 12: Change to White yarn. *Sc in first st, in next st, spike st. Repeat from * across. Ch 1, turn.
Row 13-78: Repeat rows 1 to 13 six times.
Row 79: Still using white yarn, sc in first 11 stitches. Ch 2, sk 2 st, sc in next st and in each st after. Fasten off.
Using white yarn, sc all around your work. Measure off the length of your iPad (I have a Generation 2 so providing my measurement is probably not going to be helpful for many people) and from there begin whip stitching the folded ends together. Do the same to the other side. Sew on button.
There you have it friends! I hope you like the pattern and have a lovely day crocheting.