For this Project you will need:

HOOK: 5.5mm hook or I hook , 3.5mm hook or size E hook to make the button

YARN: Worsted weight yarn 10 ply UK, 4ply US.

If you made the ruffle bag and this is to match, use same 3 colors the same way here as you did the bag. You will also need a tapestry needle to sew on button. Also you will need a stitch marker of some kind.

NOTE: The color of this cell phone holder is a bit different, cause I used the darker color for the case and lower ruffle, only because I was running low on medium brown. It’s still preferred that you use medium color to make the case. Like you did your purse, if you made the purse that is. If your just making the cellphone holder, make it however you like.

Abbreviations are:
ch = Chain
sl st = Slip Stitch
st = stitch
sc = Single Crochet




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Round 1
ch 11, sc in 2nd ch from hook. Pivot and sc in bottom sts (20 sts total)

Rounds 2 – 5
sl st into beginning st, ch 1 and sc into same st and in all sts around (20 sts )

Round 6
sl st in all sts around (20 sts )

Round 7
sc in all the sts behind the slip sts (20 sts )

Rounds 8 – 11
sc into first st and place marker here, from now on we will be working in one continuous round, sc sts around (20 sts )

Round 12
sl st in all sts around (20 sts ) You can start to see the side stitch appear. 


Ruffle Bag 7 -1

Round 13
sc in all the sts behind the slip sts (20 sts )

Rounds 14 – 17
sc in all sts around (20 sts )

Rounds 18 – 23
Repeat rounds 12 – 17

You want to count 10 sts, making sure they are centered on one side. You don’t want it off centered.

Stop on round 23 not at your stitch marker, but on a side stitch so you can make the flap to close the cellphone holder.

Rounds 24 – 27

Sc in 10 sts, ch 1 and turn

Round 28 (making the button hole)
sc 1 in first 4 sts, ch 2, skip 2 sts, sc 1 in last 4 sts, ch 1 and turn

Round 29
sc 1 in first 4 sts, sc 2 into the ch 2 space from last round. Sc 1 in last 4 sts,
ch 1 cut yarn

Ruffle Cell Phone Holder 1 -1

Ruffle Cell Phone Holder 2 -1


Making the Ruffles

To make the slip stitches easier to work in, it helps if you fold the holder, it will make the slip stitches pop up as show in picture below. 


Ruffle Bag 10 -1

Round 1
sl st to attach the color of yarn you wish and ch 3, (ch 3 counts as first dc)
dc 2 into same stitch. Dc 3 into each st around. Sl st to join

Ruffle Bag 11 -1

Round 2
ch 3 (ch 3 counts as first dc) dc 1 in next st and in each st around for three rounds. 

Ruffle Bag 12 -1

If you use three colors, do darkest color at bottom, medium color (color of the bag) on middle and lightest color on top as show below.


Making the Button – Change to you 3.5 / E hook

To Start
Ch 3, sl st into beg ch.

Picture 00 Ruffle Cell Phone Holder 3 -1Picture 00 Ruffle Cell Phone Holder 4 -1

Round 1
ch 1 and sc in next 8 sts. Ch 1 cut yarn leaving a long tail to use for sewing your button on.

Use your tapestry needle and sew around the center of your button, leaving the sides loose to be able to grab the button hole as shown below.

Picture 00 Ruffle Cell Phone Holder 5 -1Picture 00 Ruffle Cell Phone Holder 8 -1

NOTE: If your making a this holder to be attached to a bag, I suggest you wait until after you have the lining to attach it. The instructions below are only if you plan on attaching it to a crocheted bag.

Once your ready, sl st to attach your yarn to the corner of the holder. Ch 30 with your 3.5 mm / E hook and using the same color you made the cell phone holder with, and without tightening your last loop, cut a long tail to use for attaching to bag.


Picture 00 Ruffle Cell Phone Holder 9 -1
Picture 00 Ruffle Cell Phone Holder 3 -1

Find a stitch to attach it to under the handle toward the back of the bag and start to sl st, do at least 2 more slip stitches, working to the left. Make a few good knots to secure it. 

Picture 00 Ruffle Cell Phone Holder 11 -1Picture 00 Ruffle Cell Phone Holder 12 -1


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