This lanyard-style phone pocket, with I-cord strap, can be worked either form the bottom up or the top down. The pocket has a stretchy, rolled opening and can snugly fit a phone that is slightly larger than the case itself.
This pattern is written in needle neutral terms and can be worked on dpns or with the magic loop method on long circular needles.
The pattern contains both charted and written instructions.
Yarn Weight: 1 - Super Fine
Recommended Yarn: Schoppel Zauberball Crazy (shown in 2292)
Recommended Needle Size: US size 2 (2.75 mm) dpns or circular needles
Finished Measurements: Size Small (Large)
pocket depth: 6 (7 1/8) inches
Pattern Length: 5 pages
What to Expect
- basic knit and purl stitches
- basic cables
- charted and written instructions
- small circumference knitting in the round
Construction and Shaping
- top-down or bottom-up
- i-cord bind
- Turkish Cast On
- Finchley Graft
- Knit I-Cord
- Spool Knitting
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