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Monthly Free Pattern: Eyewear Temple Sleeves & Keeper

Updated: Feb 13

The Eyewear Temple Sleeves & Eyewear Keeperscrochet patterns are also available as a premium PDF download on Ravelry.



If you’re looking for a little help to make wearing your eyewear more comfortable & convenient, then check out these 2 eyewear patterns!

Eyewear Temple Sleeves

Eyeware Temple Sleeves will let you wear your glasses more comfortably all day long. They are a super comfortable design that is easy to slip on & off, which makes them great for daily wear while working, watching TV, reading,

or even working on your latest craft project.

Make sets in diffferent colors for your eyeglasses & sunglasses.


The short version fit over the curved ear part of your glasses to offer comfort for long time wearing.



The long version fit over the entire temple to offer a fun alternative to change the look of your glasses.




They are made with # 3 / Light Worsted Weight yarn, so they are slim & stylish.

SImply slide the tube over the arm of your glasses to cover the bend/temple area for all day comfort!

Eyewear Keeper

With an “Eyewear Keeper” you’ll never have to worry about finding your glasses again. They are perfect to keep your sunglasses handy for all your favorite outdoor activities or your reading glasses always in reach when you need them.

Simply slip the temple sleeves onto the arms of your glasses and then use the bead to either tighten or loosen the cord to wear it around your neck or snug on your face.




Make them in diffferent colors for all your friends & family to use with their eyeglasses & sunglasses.

Materials Yarn: SOFT # 3 / Light Worsted Weight (or thin # 4 / Worsted Weight) Yardage: 10-15 yds Hook: 4.0 mm Stitch Markers, Scissors, Darning Needle

Stitches & Abbreviations US Terminology ➤ * * = Repeat stitch pattern between * * ➤ Ch# = Chain number of times specified ➤ St/Sts = Stitch/Stitches ➤ SS = Slip Stitch ➤ SC = Single Crochet ➤ Invisible SC2TOG = Invisible Single Crochet 2 TOGether

(worked over 2 sts as a decrease) Happy Berry Crochet Tutorial


Notes & Special Instructions ➤ Chains at beginning of a round/row NEVER count as a stitch. ➤ Total number of stitches per round/row in (#) at end. ➤ I tend to crochet TIGHT, so you may need to adjust your hook size to accommodate. ➤The join seam should be positioned at TOP of eyeglass temple/arm.


4″ Square Gauge: 20 SC x 20 Rows Finished Size: Short Sleeve/Keeper: ~2.5”L x .5”W Long Sleeve:  ~5.5”L x .5”W



Eyewear Temple “Short” Sleeves

NOTES:  

TURN at end of EVERY row.

Row 1:

Chain 13, 1 SC in 2nd back bump from hook, 1 SC in each back bump across.     (12)


TIP:  Piece should measure ~2.5”L (unstretched).

Row 2:

TIP:  Use INVISIBLE SC2TOG for less bulk.


Ch1, 1 SC in 1st st, 1 SC in each of next 3 sts. SC2TOG worked over next 2 sts.  Repeat again.  1 SC in each of next 4 sts.     (10)

Row 3:

Ch1, 1 SC in 1st & each st across.     (10)

Row 4:

Ch1, 1 SC in 1st st.  1 SC in each of next 3 sts, 2 SC in each of next 2 sts, 1 SC in each of next 4 sts.     (12)

Row 5:

NOTE:  This row in worked through Row 4 & starting chain to form a tube.

Starting chain should be facing you when joining.


Ch1, 1 SS in 1st & each st across.     (12)


Fasten off & weave in ends.

Eyewear Temple “Long” Sleeves

NOTES:  

TURN at end of EVERY row.

You can customize overall length by +/- to beginning chain.

Row 1:

Chain 31, 1 SC in 2nd back bump from hook, 1 SC in each back bump across.     (30)


TIP:  Piece should measure ~5.5”L (unstretched).

Row 2:

TIP:  Use INVISIBLE SC2TOG for less bulk.


Ch1, 1 SC in 1st st, 1 SC in each of next 3 sts. SC2TOG worked over next 2 sts.  Repeat again.  1 SC in each st across.     (28)

Row 3:

Ch1, 1 SC in 1st & each st across.     (28)

Row 4:

Ch1, 1 SC in 1st st.  1 SC in each of next 3 sts, 2 SC in each of next 2 sts, 1 SC in each st across.     (30)

Row 5:

NOTE:  This row in worked through Row 4 & starting chain to form a tube.  

Starting chain should be facing you when joining.


Ch1, 1 SS in 1st & each st across.     (30)


Fasten off & weave in ends.


Eyewear Keeper

NOTES:

TURN at end of EVERY row.

Row 1:

Chain 15, 1 SC in 2nd back bump from hook, 1 SC in each back bump across.     (14)

Row 2:

TIP:  Use INVISIBLE SC2TOG for less bulk.


Ch1, 1 SC in 1st st, 1 SC in each of next 3 sts. SC2TOG worked over next 2 sts.  Repeat 2 more times.  1 SC in each of next 4 sts.     (11)

Row 3:

Ch1, 1 SC in 1st & each st across.     (11)

Row 4:

Ch1, 1 SC in 1st st.  1 SC in each of next 3 sts, 2 SC in each of next 3 sts, 1 SC in each of next 4 sts.     (14)

Row 5:

NOTE:  This row in worked through Row 4 & starting chain to form a tube.

Starting chain should be facing you when joining.


Ch1, 1 SS in 1st & each st across.     (14)

Row 6:

NOTE:  To customize cord length holding the 2 sleeves together,  +/- number of chains.  

Keep in mind the last 15 chains will become 2nd sleeve.


Ch120

Row 7:

1 SC in 2nd back bump from hook, 1 SC in each of next 13 sts.     (14)

Row 8:

Repeat Rows 2 - 5.


Fasten off & weave in ends.

ADD BEAD

Insert small hook through bead hole, grab center of cord & pull it all the way through bead hole.


Tie a KNOT at bottom of loop to secure bead from falling off.


Use bead to adjust length of cord as needed.  

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