Crocheted Laptop Sleeve & Bag

time to cover the world in yarn!

If, like me, you are on a mission to blanket the world in yarn, these patterns for a Crocheted Laptop Sleeve and Computer Bag are the next steps in that yarny journey!

My initial challenge was picking the right yarn for these projects. I had reservations about cotton and wool shedding too much, potentially causing lint issues on my laptop and finding its way into the filter. While I cannot be certain if that would happen, it is a concern.

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choosing the right type of yarn

The decision to opt for Lana Grossa Secondo was not arbitrary; it was a calculated move to address my apprehensions. This yarn not only boasts a captivating aesthetic appeal but also comes with the practical advantage of minimal shedding. The silk thread wrapping around the core acts as a protective barrier, reducing the likelihood of unwanted lint making its way onto my laptop.

As any avid crocheter knows, selecting the right yarn is a crucial element in ensuring the success of a project. In this case, it is about more than just aesthetics; it is about finding a balance between form and function, ensuring that the end result aligns with both my creative vision and practical considerations.

crocheted laptop sleeve

crocheted laptop sleeve

Yarn:

3 x 50 g Lana Grossa Secondo – Dunkelgrau
1 x 50g Lana Grossa Secondo – Rosé

Hook:

3,50 mm

gauge:

28 cm x 28 cm = 10 xm x 10 cm

finished size:

Stretchy/fits 13″ laptop

crocheted computer bag

Yarn:

6 x 50 g Lana Grossa Secondo – Dunkelgrau
3 x 50 g Lana Grossa Secondo – Rosé

Hook:

3,50 mm

gauge:

24 SC x 32 rows = 10 cm x 10 cm

finished size:

Height 27 cm/Width 36 cm/Depth 5 cm
Crocheted Computer Bag

finishing touches

SAs the Crocheted Computer Bag is very spacious and can contain both a 15″ laptop as well as accessories, the straps have to be able to hold the weight. With inspration from the yarn I came up with the idea of crocheting around a clothes line in nylon, which is then sewn onto both bag and the sides of the straps..The pattern is kept very simple, but I could not resist – I had to add some stars!

If you are unsure about any stitches, feel free to browse through my Stitch Library.

Camilla

Homemade & Heartmade

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