Learn to make a Sock Cell Phone Case

Sock Cell Phone Case

Do you want a one-of-a-kind cell phone case for your cell phone? Do you need a cell phone case to protect your phone?

This tutorial will show a quick, inexpensive and fun way to protect your phone from getting scratched. Watch this video and read on to learn how.

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Sock Cell Phone Case

Materials Needed

Marking Pen or Pencil or Pins
Basic sewing supplies

For this project, I purchased a pair of socks at Dollar Tree for $1. Hence, you can make one cell phone case for yourself and one to give away or use the other sock for another project.


Sock Cell Phone Case

- Make sure the phone fits into the sock.

Sock Cell Phone Case

- Turn the sock inside out.

- Lay the phone on the sock and mark 1” below the phone with a marking pencil or pen. This will be the stitching line. It can also be marked just with pins.

Sock Cell Phone Case

Sock Cell Phone Case

- Sew along this line with a sewing machine, back tacking at beginning and end of the stitching. It can be sewn by hand, if you prefer.

- Sew again along the same stitching line to reinforce the seam.

Sock Cell Phone Case

- Cut ¼” away from stitching.

- Turn cell phone case right side out.

It is complete and ready to use.

If you want the case to stay closed at the top, attach a piece of Velcro..

Sock Cell Phone Case


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