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1  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / DIY - Knitted iPod Case on: June 25, 2009 08:26:23 PM

Knitted Ipod Case

This ipod case protects the device's screen and prevents unwanted scratches. This case is made for a 3rd generation ipod nano.

- Size #7 Knitting Needles
- 1 Skein Worsted Weight Yarn (I used chunky yarn)
- Crochet Hook or Sewing Needle
- Ruler or Tape Measure
- 2 Double-Pointed Needles
- Scissors

Does not matter, but watch the size of the case to make sure that it isn't too big or too small.

With size #7 needles, cast on 11 st.
Knit in garter st (Optional: stockinette st, rib st, moss st) until piece measures 3 1/2 inches.
Cast off.

Make a second piece the same as the first.

With the double-pointed needles, make an icord.
Knit until desired length.

With the crochet hook or sewing needle, sew together the two front and back pieces. Sew together the two longer sides and one shorter side. Leave the other short side open.

With Icord:
Take one end of the icord and tie it to the one end of the open side of the case. Take the other end of the icord and do the same to the other end of the open side. The ipod case should have a purse-like appearance.


Sorry if the pattern isn't very clear at some parts. This is the first pattern I have created by myself.

Plus if you dont wanna own a case for you iPod via DIY , you may go Uxsight online-store to choose one. There you can quickly find a huge selection of iPod case that you need, methinks


Good luck~~ Cool

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