Introduction: Knitted Ipod Cosy Sock

Make your own sock for your ipod, not only does it look cool, it stops scratches and bumps.

Step 1: Materials

worsted weight yarn size 8 needles

Step 2: Instructions

There are so many cosies out there that we decided to add a Basic Ipod cosy pattern to get you started, this pattern is ideal if you are a beginner or advanced.

Cast on 12 stitches

k1 *k2 p2* k1 on right side
k1 *p2 k2* k1 on wrong side
Change colors at intervals to suit your tastes. but keep knitting until you reach 4.5 inch in length
Cast off , weave in ends and sew up the sides.

Comments

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Slinc (author)2007-12-11

Nice, i like the pattern. BTW, k1 k2 p2 k1 means knit one (repeat between the asterisks)*knit two perl two* knit one

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Rhi-Rainbow (author)Slinc2012-07-21

Would you mind expanding in exactly what you mean by k1 *k2 p2* k1"
I'm sorry i'm just really confused by this
I'm such a knitting noob :(
xx

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Yvette Turnbull (author)2008-06-18

Huzzah! Ive been looking for a pattern for one of these for AGES!!! :D

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miols (author)2007-11-28

whate does k1 k2 p2 k1 mean? 0_o

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Craftbits (author)2006-02-14

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