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« Reply #200 on: March 08, 2005 07:51:09 AM »

love it love it! I made a couple of cozies for my ipod, but I unfortunantly had to take it back, so now I have little sad empty ones!  Any ideas of what to do with them?
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« Reply #201 on: March 09, 2005 05:38:36 PM »

You could fit a cell phone, a pack of cards, or a pack of cigarettes in a similarly sized cozy (depending on the size iPod you were cozying and whatever you're trying to fit in the cozy).  I don't know if you need a cozy for any of those things, but if you do, hey, you've got one.  You could also sell them... with as many iPods as there are in the world, I'm sure someone would buy it.

I made an iPod cozy for my friend for her birthday last month.  My brother compared the fabric of it to Kevlar  Roll Eyes(the stuff they make bulletproof vests out of), but my friend really liked it.  I twisted white Polarspun and gray Jiffy yarns together, and it was kind of a gray and white tweed fabric. 
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« Reply #202 on: March 09, 2005 08:00:01 PM »

Yo, yo, yo.
  Thought I'd add mine to the looong list of cozies out there!  They're not knit (didn't want to take the time, plus crocheting them made the resulting fabric much cushier!!), they're crocheted!  woohoo! Hope you likey...Sorbet (faint pastel stripes) was made with Sirdar's Chunky Snowflake Magic yarn, and Icicle (white w/blue specks) was made with Polarspun by Lion. Both with I think an H or I hook, can't 'member... Here goes..
http://www.patchworkarmy.com/misc/crochet_crazy/sorbet_ipod_front.jpg
http://www.patchworkarmy.com/misc/crochet_crazy/sorbet_ipod_back.jpg
http://www.patchworkarmy.com/misc/crochet_crazy/icicle_stuffed_ipod.jpg
http://www.patchworkarmy.com/misc/crochet_crazy/icicle_ipod_back.jpg
I made 'em so I could still use my belt clip that came with my MINI, and the cool hard case that fist over the front and locks in with the clipie thing. It's cool- protects the screen with it's clear plasticky goodness, and still lets me clip the pod to my purse strap, or my pocket or wherever!  And yes, I can use my headphones- and when the hold button is off, I can still use the foreward, play, pause, and back functions on the click-wheel.  Just can't scroll through the fabric. Yay!  PLUS, the biggest plus ever, the fabric made by crocheting this yarn is SUPER SOFT AND PLUSH!!! Meaning that if I drop (hey, it's been known to happen!) my ipod, this "stuffed animal" style case provides it with mucho protection.
K, bye!
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« Reply #203 on: March 10, 2005 03:27:03 AM »

wendy when sewing mine i picked the side that looked best, folded it inside and single crochet up the side, than i sewed the bottom leaving space for the plug
after all of that i turned it the right way
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« Reply #204 on: March 10, 2005 11:01:55 PM »

okay some serious weirdness here.

Is my ipod serious underweight or is the SnB ipod cozy pattern wayyyyy too long?  When I wrap it around my ipod, match up the earphones hole, there alot of extra length in the main body.  I've ripped it back out of frustration, also kinda embarrassed that I stuffed up something so simple!
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« Reply #205 on: March 11, 2005 08:31:41 AM »

okay some serious weirdness here.

Is my ipod serious underweight or is the SnB ipod cozy pattern wayyyyy too long?  When I wrap it around my ipod, match up the earphones hole, there alot of extra length in the main body.  I've ripped it back out of frustration, also kinda embarrassed that I stuffed up something so simple!

Do you have an iPod or an iPod mini? Big difference in size, I think.
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« Reply #206 on: March 11, 2005 11:48:56 AM »

I have a full-sized iPod and followed the SnB instructions and it came out really big, too. I think maybe the iPod cozy was designed for the first generation, bulkier iPods.
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« Reply #207 on: March 14, 2005 11:04:18 PM »

I have a 40gb regular ipod.

so I ripped back to the right height and just did the rest of it by eye, knitting the flap in garter stitch so it wouldn't roll and adding a button and an i-cord so I can hang it over my shoulder or around my neck when I go for a walk, which is what I wanted the cozy for (sick of earphones getting tugged out when the ipod's in my pocket!).

Here it is!  Used left-over yarn from my To Dye For sweater.
http://www.obviousalias.com/images/ipodcozy.jpg
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« Reply #208 on: March 20, 2005 05:23:58 PM »

http://www.pinkhairedgirl.com/archives/SquiPod.JPG

I call it . . . The SquiPod.
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« Reply #209 on: March 23, 2005 12:57:53 AM »

http://www.sandrisuperstar.com/superblog/images/knitting1.jpg

These are mine! I'm a brand new knitter and these are my first projects.  MP3 player cozies ROCK!!! Except mine are for the Creative Zen Micro, not the iPod.

ps i LOVE LOVE LOVE the squiPod. i'm going to try something similar with some other animal but i just wanted to tell you it ROX!
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