We have a metal remote control that gets freezing in the winter time, so I decided to make a cover for it. Hubby thought others may want to learn how to make it so here it is. I sure hope it helps you learn this cool technique for making a small pocket in crochet.

You can use this technique to make bags and purses as well.

 

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Crochet Remote Control Cover – Free Crochet Pattern and Tutorial

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For this project you will need:

HOOK: 3 mm hook or size c hook for the US

YARN: small amount of worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU

– Stitch Marker – this can be a piece of yarn of another color.

 

 

ABBREVIATIONS

ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

st = Stitch

sk = Skip

dec = decrease

beg = beginning

YO = Yarn Over

SC = Single Crochet


Repeat what’s in between * for rest of round.

 

 

 

 

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To start

Ch 8 – add more if needed. You just need to be able to cover the front of the remote without going over the sides of the remote. Reason for this is to make the remote pocket tight so it will stretch and grab the remote later so it won’t slip off so easy.

 

Acrylic yarn is great at stretching so I recommend this one for that reason.

 

 

 

 

Round 1

sc in the 2nd ch from your hook. Crochet down your chain. Put 3 sc’s in the very last stitch of your row. Then pivot your work. We’ll be working on the bottom of our ch now.

 

 

 

Continue down your ch and sc in the next 5 sts. Sc 2 in the end st. 16 sts total

 

Place a marker here because we’ll be crocheting in one continuous round

 

 

 

Rounds 2

sc in all sts around. When your piece gets big enough, turn it out where the front side of your work is out front and showing. Re position your marker so you can see it better.

 

 

 

 

 

Rounds 3 – ?

sc in all sts around. If it starts to feel like it’s getting to big and loose, add a few sc decreases on the sides to shrink your pocket more.

 

 

Once you reach desired length. Do a round of slip stitches to make a nice polished finish. Hide your tails using a tapestry needle.

 

 

 

 

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