About a week ago my fourth (!) iPod gave up the ghost. It was a great little 5th-gen Nano in shiny purple. But, three of the four directional buttons no longer worked, so off to the recycling plant with it! I bought a 6th-gen Nano — newly tiny, and (joy of joys) with only a touch screen and no button wheel at all. Yay!
And what does a cute lime-green iPod need? A cozy, of course!
I used a few dozen yards of left-over sock yarn from my Electric Kool-Aid Socks. The cozy begins with a provisional cast on and a few rows of stockinette. Then stitches are picked up all around the starter strip. The rest of the cozy is worked in the round in a slipped-stitch rib that serves two purposes: it looks cool, and it provides extra padding. The top is finished with an i-cord BO that leads into an i-cord wrist strap.
This is the third iPod cozy I’ve made, and by now I know what I like in one! I decided to write up the pattern and share it with the world.
Pattern: iPod Nano Wrist-Strap Cozy
Designer: Rachel Henry (that’s me!)
Yarn: Socks That Rock Lightweight
I would be delighted to answer any questions or help any knitters working on these patterns.
3 thoughts on “New Pattern Release: iPod Nano Wrist-Strap Cozy”
I love this and have added it to my Ravelry library/faves.
I was confused by the title of this post though… looks like it was copied from a previous project.