Thursday, July 28, 2011

Pattern: Puffy Cell Phone Cozy

Hi everyone!
I made this cell phone cozy for a friend awhile back and was asked for the pattern. OK, I can't let you wait any longer so am glad to share you here:
PATTERN
Yarn: cotton or any yarn.
Hook: any size to match your yarn. I used 3.5mm hook and cotton yarn for mine to fit a cell phone with 4.5" H x 2.31" W x 0.37" D.
This pattern has a multiple of 2, so you can easily adjust the bottom narrower or wider in an even number of stitches.
Puff stitch: Please refer this site for the method of finishing a puff stitch - using method A for this pattern.

Bottom: 
Make 14 foundation single crochet (or chain 14 if you prefer to use a chain instead).
Ch 1, sc in the same stitch, sc in each of the next 12 sts, 4 sc in the next st, sc in each of the next 12 sts, 3 sc in the last stitch, join with sl st to the first ch. (32 sc in total)

Body:  
  • Round 1: ch 2, *make a puff stitch in the same st, dc in the next stitch. Repeat from * for the remaining stitches, slip stitch to the first puff stitch to join. (16 combos of puff stitch and dc in total).
  • Round 2: ch 1, sc in the same st, sc in the next st, *front post sc around the next puff stitch, sc in the next dc. Repeat from * to the last st. Sl st to the first sc to join.
Repeat round 1 and 2 until you get the desired length of your cell phone.
Make one or two rounds of sc on top, attach a button if you like and your cozy is ready!

Here is the new one I made with this pattern, isn't it lovely? :)

Enjoy! Lovely day to you all!

50 comments:

Marion said...

Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful pattern!
I wish you a great Time and send you many Greetings,
Marion

Elizabeth said...

A beautiful cell phone! Thank you very much for the pattern. Once I make this myselves..

Greetings, Elizabeth

glor said...

What a beautiful pattern. Thank you so much for sharing this. I cold see other things in this as well. Adding to my list for winter!!! Have a wonderful day.

by Teresa said...

Good for you to write up that pattern! And the 2 your made are gorgeous! I see an iPhone peeking out, I adore my iPhone and am waiting impatiently for the iPhone 5 to come out!
((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Lily said...

That is really nice pattern, and very good gift form you. Thanks also for sharing the pattern.

Monique said...

That's a nice pattern. I like the puff stich.
Thanks for sharing.

Groetjes, Monique

Josie said...

Yet another cute project from you! I always want to make what you make and now I must do this phone cover :-) There are lots of patterns out there, but I love your puff stitch one. Thanks for sharing as always, my friend :-)

miek 2 said...

MMMMMMmmmmmm, this is beautiful made (as useal)
you realy are the queen of perfection.
they look great.....
greetings

susie said...

Indeed this is lovely , girl :) and again so neat done !!
Thanks for sharing the pattern :)

Have a fine day sweet girl x

El Olor de Cádiz said...

HOLA LOVESTITCH!!!! QUE UTILES SON ESTAS FUNDITAS PARA EL MOVIL, VERDAD???? ESTAN MUY BIEN HECHAS. BESOS DESDE CADIZ.

Aisyah Helga said...

It's a lovely pattern! I'll give it a try someday...Thanks for sharing!

Naturally Carol said...

A great textured stitch..the blue one is stunning!

lovestitch said...

Thank you ladies! I'm happy you like it! :)

Annaboo said...

This is just such a cute stitch.
Will be adding to my ever long list of 'to do's......
Have a good weekend.
Xx

.~*Catrina*~. said...

Very pretty! I really like it!

Eleana said...

Hola. Que lindura!!! Te quedaron preciosas las funditas. Gracias por compartir. Un beso

T's Daily Treasures said...

Thanks for sharing your pattern and the link to the puff stitch. Last week someone had used the stitch on a purse but I didn't know how to do it. Now I can give it a try ... best wishes, Tammy

Stacie said...

Those are so cute! :D I love making cell phone holders!

Killiecrankie Farm said...

Another well writtne pattern :)
Thanks for sharing, I can see a couple of uses for the pattern !

Celeste said...

Salut mon amie,
Avec un peu de retard, je tiens à vous féliciter pour ce joli travail toujours aussi parfait.
Amitiés.Celeste

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T's Daily Treasures said...

Hi again! I posted today about the award you kindly passed along. Have a great day. Tammy

Donna said...

Oh Thank You, Thank You, my Dearest Friend! I appreciate you sharing this pattern with all of us! I will be making some for Christmas gifts this year! Great Job, my friend!

Many blessings, Donna
grandma4five

Cecilia said...

Thank you for this wonderful pattern! It made my new phone look awsome in my bag! :)
I linked to you from my blog!
Love
Cecilia

Monali Mishra said...

Hi.Thank you for this wonderful pattern.You are a very skilled crocheter.I also made a mobile cover out of your pattern,but instead of puff stitch i use popcorn stitch.You can visit my blog and see it. :)

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Happy in red said...

I love this pattern!! Thank you!
Esther.
(PS. My thoughts are with you regarding your dad)

pka said...

lovely...thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing with us your crochet and patterns of these beautiful crochets. hope that you'll keep on posting more, more, and more crochet! Love it! God bless

Kak Nik said...

i appreciate your pattern..just beautiful.i must do it..and your mum's purple hat is great too!

Suzumiya Wee said...

what is the meaning of front post sc around the next puff stitch, sc in the next dc?

cescaa said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!

Anonymous said...

i like "puffy cell phoe cozy" . i will do it, but i don't understand in English. If i do finished i will show you. thank you...Thailand

Shy Runner said...

thank you for the pattern! it is very very pretty

Anonymous said...

May I ask if the pattern is based on americansizes and stitches?

lovestitch said...

@Anonymous: Yes, this pattern is based on US term with the size as posted. It may be various on each type of yarn you use, just measure and get your right size. Thanks. LS

andrea miller said...

It has great look, and it can also keep mobile more secure, the yarn pouch you have made it's looking quite unique, it's really a great craft. You are really a great crafty. I want to say thanks for sharing this post.

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Lee Ann said...

Great phone cozy! Thank you very much! :)

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Iniyaa! said...

Hi LOS,
With your pattern i crocheted a cell phone cozy.Just love it.Thanks yar...

Jennifer Perry said...

I have a question about this pattern. For some reason when I follow the pattern exactly, the number of puff stitches increases from 16 to 17 in the second round of creating the puff stitch and by the end I have 19. I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong or if this is supposed to happen. Please let me know!!

lovestitch said...

Jennifer: I tried to track back your blog or your email to reply this question but both are not shown in your blogger profile so I leave the response here, hope you read it.
The number of puff stitches in this pattern remains the same in each rounds, it has 16 puff stitches in the first round and in all other rounds as you just repeat. I cannot tell exactly what is going wrong with yours as I don't see it, but please try again and hope you can figure it out soon.
Can't wait to see your beautiful cozy!
Hugs, LS

alfred said...

It is very easy for the cell phone's screen or casing to get scraped or scratched. When you have a phone cover, it protects both the screen and casing. So, you're looking trendy and in style, and helping your phone stay in great condition. Everyone should invest in a mobile cover; it is a small investment to make.

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Rachael Ross said...

I have a question about the pattern, this site still being maintained?

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VARTHINI S said...

nice

Nik kamisah said...

Just blogwalking and to say hi! still doing crochet?

Siva Kumar said...

Thanks for discussing your design and the web link to the drag stitching. A couple weeks ago someone had used the stitching on a handbag but I didn't know how to do it. Now I can give it a shot

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Alvin Christ said...

That's a cool cozy. I like the way it looks. It will be really good to hold one. I will try to do that on my own with your tips! Thank you for the share. Keep designing more gadgets and post it. I have bookmarked your blog, so that I can read it regularly.

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Yvonne Chai said...

Anyone knows where to get one like that?... Too lazy to make one

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