Kindle and iPad Tech Sleeve Crochet Pattern

I love accessorising my favourite tools and tech as they’re used every day – why not show some love? I designed this sleeve as I struggled to look for cute, affordable sleeves that could protect my tech while flaunting my style. This project is perfect for a beginner who wants to practice their decreases and edging as they begin to leave their comfort zone. Tech can be in different sizes, there are no specific measurements so feel free to experiment and modify the pattern!

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Notes

UK Terminology (UK and US Terminology Difference)
Level: Beginner
Hook size: 4 mm
Notions: Tapestry needle
Button size: 25 mm
Yarn weight: Worsted/Aran
Number of skeins: 1
Recommended fibre(s): Cotton
Fibre characteristics: Strong, durable, structured
Tension is not necessary for this project.
No blocking required unless you want a looser sleeve.
Add embellishments and embroidery if desired.

The Sleeve

Notes: reserve at least three rows for the buttonhole when getting to the end of the flap.

To begin, crochet a foundation chain that fits the width of the device + 2 ch
Row 1: htc into 3rd ch from hook, htc across the ch, turn
Row 2: 1 ch, htc into 1st st and across the row, turn
Row 3: Rep Row 2 until number of rows reached that fits both sides of the device
Row 4: 1 ch, htc2tog first two st, htc until last two st, htc2tog last two st, turn
Row 5: 1 ch, htc into 1st st and across the row, turn
Row 6: Rep Row 4-5 until desired length of flap (reserve three rows for buttonhole)
Row 7: 1 ch, htc2tog first two st, htc before the centre of the row, 2 ch for buttonhole, sk 2 st, htc until last two st, htc2tog last two st, turn
Row 8: 1 ch, htc into 1st st and across the row, turn
Row 9: 1 ch, htc2tog first two st, htc until last two st, htc2tog last two st
Finish off. Sew sides and sew button.

The Flap Edging

Rnd 1: join new yarn with ss into 1st st of the flap, dc around before last st, ss into last st
Finish off.


Happy hooking!

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