Free Crochet Pattern: Cell Phone Cozy

By Rachel Choi – 25 Comments
Keep your cell phone safe with this cute cozy pattern. This pattern can easily be adjusted for different sized cell phones! Just have your cell phone handy or the dimensions, and follow the instructions provided within the pattern to make a simple cozy for your cell phone. This is a great scrap yarn project and can also be used as a change purse, small wallet or cardholder!

Skill Level: crochet skill level easy

Finished Size: 4 ½” (11.5 cm) tall, 2 ¾” (7 cm) wide, ¾” (2 cm) button diameter
Note: you can make any sized cell phone cozy you desire by following the instructions in the pattern.

cell phone cozy

Materials:
Medium Weight Yarn
Crochet Hook I (5.5 mm)
Yarn needle
crochet yarn size 4

Gauge: not important. For best fit, have cell phone measurements (height and width) or cell phone present when making this cozy.

Need help understanding the abbreviations? Check out the crochet abbreviation chart.

Crochet Pattern: Cell Phone Cozy
With main color, start by chaining 8 or chain as wide as you want your cell phone cozy
Round 1: ch 2, dc in third ch from hook, dc in each ch across, dc in each ch on opposite side of foundation ch, sl st in ch-2: 16 dc
Round 2 – 3: ch 2, dc in each dc around, sl st in ch-2: 16 dc
Round 4: ch 2, dc in each dc around, sl st in ch-2, changing to contrasting color: 16 dc
Note: by changing colors you are going to make a stripe on the cozy. If you do not want
a stripe here, do not change colors.
Round 5: ch 2, dc in each dc around, sl st in ch-2, changing back to main color: 16 dc
Round 6 – 7: ch 2, dc in each dc around, sl st in ch-2: 16 dc
Note: if the cozy is not as tall as your cell phone, repeat above round until cozy reaches the height of your cell phone.
Row 8 – 9: ch 2, turn, dc in next 8 dc: 8 dc
Note: if you adjusted the height of the pouch, then you may want to adjust the length of the fold over flat as well by repeating the above row until it is the length you desire.
Row 10: ch 1, sc in next 3 dc, ch 3, skip 2, sc in next 3 dc, finish off: 6 sc

Button
Round 1: ch 2, 5 sc in second ch from hook: 5 sc
Round 2: 5 sc in same loop (overlapping previous round): 5 sc
Round 3: 3 sc in same loop (overlapping previous round), finish off: 3 sc

With a yarn needle, sew button to cozy.

If you need help with crocheting this cell phone cozy, just leave a comment!

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25 Comments

  1. R3n331 says:

    Thank;s so much :) I Love it, LOL Was looking for a pattern last week over at Crochetville lol.

    ~Renee~

  2. moonglow says:

    Fun design! I love the button!!

  3. Rachel says:

    I’m glad you found what you were looking for Renee!
    Thanks moonglow! I actually don’t have buttons, that’s why I crochet them, lol.

  4. Erika says:

    I’ve been looking all over for a cute pattern for a cell phone or MP3 cozy. My search is over — thank you, Rachel!

  5. Dottie says:

    Rachel,
    This Looks Neat, Gonna HaveTo Try Making One. I Need A Easy, Simple, Mary Jane Pattten. I’m Making Thesefor My New Grand Baby That’s On The Way.I Have 1 Pattern, I Can Follow But I Get Messed Up And Rip it Back Out. Can You Help me Out Please ?? LOL
    Great Job On The Cozy
    Dottie In Va

  6. Dottie says:

    Rachel,
    I’d Get Lost Or Messed Up Trying to Adjust To the Size I’d Need For a Baby,Lol
    But That’s An Idea,Thank’s.

  7. Michelle says:

    This is very pretty. It would be great for a cell phone or mp3 player!

    Michelle

  8. Rachel says:

    Thanks Michelle!

  9. Jessica says:

    Wonderful, easy pattern. Ive been looking for something for my oldest daughter to use to hold feminine supplies in her backpack, but easy enough to grab should she need it. She fell in love with this pattern asking “mom can you make it big enough?”, with the instructions built into the pattern already, I knew I could. I have just finished round 4 and Im loving the way this is turning out.

  10. Persephonna says:

    Hi Rachel

    I love your pattern!! This will be my second project since I’ve learn to croche. Could you help me with aome information?

    I’ve made a chain of 8
    Round 1: I’ve chained 2, in 3rd chain from the hook I double croche (shoud it be in both loops??) then I double croche in each ch across and next….? Not sure how to dc in each ch on opposite side of foundation ch and how in the end I’ll have 16 st?

    Please don’t laugh, but I’ve just started.

    Many thanks

    • Rachel says:

      Hey Persephonna!
      You should do your double crochet in one loop instead of both loops (at least for the first round the other rounds you can do as you please). To double crochet on the “opposite side” of the chain. You do your 8 double crochets across your chain and then do another 8 double crochets in the other loop of each chain, such that your 16th stitch would end up next to your ch-2 that you did at the beginning of round 1. It is like crocheting around the chain.

      I hope that helps, but if I confused you, let know and I will try to help some more :)

  11. Persephonna says:

    Hi Rachel

    That makes sens, now :).
    Thanks a lot.
    I’ll let you know once I finished my cozy camera case :).

    Persephonna.

  12. Persephonna says:

    Hi Rachel

    I’ve finished this project and it was fun!!! I love my case. Thank you very much.

    During this project, I’ve encounted another problem… I didn’t know how to do this part SL ST IN CH-2 and I had to improvised. Could you explaine that, please? I know what SL ST is but CH-2?

    Many thanks

    Persephonna

    • Rachel says:

      Hey Persephonna!

      the “ch-2″ refers to the ch 2 that you did at the beginning of the round. So you slip stitch in the 2nd ch of the chain 2 that you made. This connects the beginning to the end of the round.

      I hope that helps :)
      Rachel

  13. Persephonna says:

    Thanks for your reply. It realy helps. I knew that has connection with last chain that I’ve made, but I wasn’t sure where exactly to insert the hook. Now I know :).

    Thanks one more time for your patience!

    Persephonna.

  14. Katie says:

    Made this one with plarn… looked great!
    Thanks for the pattern!

    Katie

  15. Laura says:

    This is awesome! I made a pink one to start and then a red one with the USC logo on the back for my boyfriend! I had to use single crochet to fit the logo, and then it didn’t fit his phone so I got to keep it… hahaha! Great pattern! I love the crocheted button (=

  16. Emi says:

    Hi Rachel ,

    love your blog , your patterns are well explained and easy to follow.
    I made this pattern but when i connect slip stitch in the 2nd ch of the chain 2 it was not very neat .. there were gaps when i finished the pattern.
    Need your help

    Regards
    Emi

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Emi, make sure you didn’t accidentally skip any stitches next to your ch 2. If there is a gap, adding an extra stitch to where to gap is won’t hurt.

  17. Emi says:

    Thanks for the reply ..
    Emi

  18. Pam says:

    I am new at crocheting and I am having trouble unfortunately. When you say ” dc on opposite side of foundation” I thought it meant to simply turn and dc across foundation? It did not look right so I must misunderstand…..Also when you say “16 dc” where am I doing those dc’s. I am sorry if I sound dumb but I am new at this and sometimes the phrasing confuses me. Can you give me a little help? I would appreciate that.

    Pam

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Pam, here’s a tutorial that might help you out: How to Crochet on Opposite Side of Chain
      In the tutorial there’s pictures so you can see what it looks like to crochet on the other side.

      Also, the numbers after the colon are the total stitch count for the round. So if it says “: 16dc” at the end, you would have completed a total of 16 double crochet on that round.

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