EDIT: OLD PATTERN – DO NOT USE THIS – USE PATTERN FOUND HERE!!!
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Here is the pattern for my iPod Nano Cosy:
Yarn: Anything that is 7 or 8 wraps per inch
Hook: 4.5mm for 8 wpi, 5.0mm for 7 wpi
Other items: Tapestry needle
Starting row: CH 21.
Row 1: SC in 2nd stitch from hook. SC in each stitch along – 20 SC. CH 1. Weave in the tail as you go.
Rows 2-16: SC in each stitch along – 20 SC. CH 1.
Row 17: SC in first 10 stitches. CH 1. Turn work.
Rows 18-20: SC in each stitch along – 10 SC. CH 1.
Row 21: SC 3, CH 4, SK 4, SC 3, CH 1. (This creates the button hole.)
Row 22: SC in each stitch along (including the 4 chains) – 10 SC. CH 1.
Row 23: SC in each stitch along – 10 SC. CH 1.
Row 24: SC in each stitch along – 10 SC. Fasten off, leaving an 18 inch tail.
Starting row: CH 9.
Row 1: SC in 2nd stitch from hook. SC in each stitch along – 8 SC. CH 1. Weave in tail as you go.
Rows 2-12: SC in each stitch along – 8 SC. CH1.
Row 13: SC in each stitch along – 8 SC. Fasten off, leaving a 12 inch tail.
Before you start assembling, now is a good time to block the pieces to try and get rid of any curling. Block and allow to dry.
With RS facing on both sections, place the pocket section 3 rows up from the bottom, directly underneath the button hole. Using the tail from the pocket section, stitch along the edges of the pocket piece and attach it to the body of the cozy. Fasten off on WS of work and weave in ends.
With WS facing (which means the pocket is now inside), use the long tail to join both sides together and to stitch up the bottom. For extra strength, you can stitch down the side, along the bottom and then back up again. Fasten off, and weave in ends.
Turn it the right way out, attach button and you’re ready to go! (I used a crocheted button, but any sort would do.)
To make it look extra smart you could add edging around the edge of the whole cozy before you assemble it, in a contrasting colour.
The yarn I used was just what I had available from my stash, but I think the whole item would look really good in a brightly coloured, variegated, or striping yarn.
The FO shown looks slightly different to how the pattern will turn out (the pocket is too small on the FO and my stitching up was a bit wonky at the bottom) – so will post pictures of a revised FO once I have re-crocheted the item.