This crochet gift card case is perfect for gifting your gift cards on birthdays and Christmas. It’s a great stash buster for cleaning up those small amounts of yarn while making something you and the recipients can use over and over again.
I used a solid color throughout, but this stitch pattern also looks good in a striped design. If making a gift card holder for the year end holidays you could try your favorite festive colors. You can bookmark this free crochet pattern to have it handy for when you need it.
The Stitch Pattern
This pattern is worked in the bead stitch, which is a small bobble made on the front of the fabric. To make the stitch insert your hook as if to make a single crochet. Draw up a loop and pull it through only one loop on the hook, two times. Then wrap the yarn again and pull through both loops.
The stitch pattern leaves the card sleeve on the bulky side, but I’m sure you won’t mind because it gives the case a nice texture.
This small pouch is closed with a button that is attached after crocheting is done.
The finished size is just big enough to hold your credit cards. It fits nicely inside a clutch, a side pocket in a big bag, or even inside a coat pocket.
I used Red Heart Comfort, a worsted weight yarn and a 4.5 mm crochet hook. The hook is much smaller than recommended by the yarn label, but it makes for a nice sturdy case!
If you need to substitute with yarn, you can. The super saver is a tad bit thinner than the comfort, but it might work just as well.
In addition to the yarn, you will also need a button to match.
See More Crochet Gift Card Holders
- Credit or Gift Card Case
- Pretty Simple Credit Card Pouch
- Alternating Card Sleeve
- Crochet Cell Phone Holder and Coin Purse
- Crunch Stitch Crochet Small Coin Purse Pattern
Bead Stitch Crochet Gift Card Case
- Yarn: Red Heart Comfort #4 Worsted weight yarn.
- Crochet Hook: 4.50mm
- Button: 3/4"
- Other: Scissors, Yarn Needle.
- Gauge: 2" across 6 sts and over 7 rows.
- Finished Size: Fits a gift or credit card.
Special Stitch Instructions
- Bead St: Insert hk into indicated st, yo and pull through, (yo and pull through one lp on hk) twice, yo and pull through both lps on hk. When you work into the next stitch make sure the bobble is facing the right side.
- Mark off the first and last stitches in each round to help ensure that you maintain the correct stitch count.
- How to Mark Off the First and Last Stitch in Each Round.
- For this pattern it is important that you keep the seam straight. I make a really tight slip stitch join, which generally results in a straight(er) seam.
- How to Join a Round
- Ch 12,
- Rnd 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hk and in next 9 chs, 3 sc in last ch, working on opposite side of starting chains, sc in next 9 chs, 2 sc in last ch; join with sl st to first sc. (24 sts)
- Rnd 2: Ch 1, work bead st in same st as join, sc in next st, *bead st in next st, sc in next st; rep from * around; join with sl st to first bead st.
- Rnd 3: Ch 1, sc in same st as join and in each st around; join with sl st to first sc.
- Rnds 4-9: Rep rnds 2 & 3 three times.
Flap (begin working in rows)
- Row 1: Ch 1, sc in first st, (bead st in next st, sc in next st) 5 times. (11 sts) Turn.
- Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first st and in each st across. Turn. (11 sts)
- Rows 3-5: Rep rows 1 & 2 once, then rep row 1 once.
- Row 6: Ch 1, sc in first 5 sts, ch 3, skip next st, sc in last 5 sts. Do Not FO, Turn and continue with edging.
- Ch 1, sc in first st and into each st and ch across up to last st, work 3 sc into last st, continue to work along edge and sc evenly around, work another 2 sc into same st as where the first sc was made; join with sl st to first sc. FO.
- With a yarn needle and thread or yarn, attach the button.