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Cast on 16 sts , leaving a long yarn tail for sewing up. Starting with a p row, continue with reverse stocking st, until work measures 24 cms , ending with a k row. NEXT 4 ROWS : stocking st, starting with a k row and ending with a p row. NEXT ROW : sl 1, k1, psso , k to last 2 sts , k(2tog) (14 sts ).
I made this one for a girl at work, I made this one out of cotton, so it will be a bit more durable I call it “Bubblegum” Pattern: Cast on 28 stitches Split onto 3 DPN’s Knit in the round until it’s about 1/4 inch longer than your iPod (or iPhone) Bind off 14 stitches. On remaining 14 stitches knit 4 rows stockinette stitch K2t on each end on every knit row for 3 rows (you should have 8 stitches) Knit in stockinette stitch for 6 rows Knit 3, bind of 2 stitches, knit 3 Purl 3, add 2, knit 3 Knit these 8 stitches in stockinette stitch for 4 more rows. Bind off all stitches, weave in loose ends.
I wanted a pattern to fit my new Android Smartphone by Google with a pretty 3 stranded cable. Since I couldn’t find exactly what I wanted, I decided to design my own. Yarn: Happy Feet by Plymouth Yarn or any fingering weight that will give you gauge. Gauge: 32 st = 4 in Needles: US#2 DPNs or magic loop
At last, some finished knitting! Here's a cover for a mobile phone which takes no time at all to make and which will hopefully keep it scratch-free in pocket or bag. Here's how I made it: I used Debbie Bliss Alpaca Silk, shade (25011) because I happened to have it and it's chunky enough to knit up fast, and 3mm dpns to give a dense fabric and a nicely snug fit for the phone - which measures approx. 11.5 x 5.5 cm.
Keep Your Phone Cozy: Telephones that double as PDAs or mini computers are a lot of fun, but they're also kind of bulky compared to less well-equipped models. Knitting a cozy for your phone is a great way to protect it from scratches and to make it easy to find in a purse or briefcase. This cozy features a cool Braid cable , which looks complicated in the instructions but is really not that difficult, and it gives your cozy a cool look.
I started knitting in December, because it makes me feel like a Norwegian sailor. The other day I decided to knit an iPhone cover because I don’t like the rubberized covers that snap or slip onto the phone itself, but I needed something to put it in. This is the first knitting pattern I’ve designed, and my first item that uses a magic cast-on so it can be knit from the bottom up, in the round.
An iPhone cover in 4 ply merino, knitted in the round, in a textured stitch. iPhone Cosy in Colinette Jitterbug 'Morello Mash' If, like me, you’ve just fallen in love with your new iPhone 3G S, you’ll want to protect it. What better way than a waffle-stitch cosy?
FREE iPhone Purse Pattern Hope you’ve all been having a great first week of 2010. Today as promised, I would like to share with you my brand new FREE knitting pattern for an iPhone (well, you can put anything you want My cool electrical gadget must travel in style.