So this is actually my third attempt at a glasses case; my first one had a flap on top to keep the glasses in but it didn’t work very well, maybe it’s my style of knitting.
My second I tried to make a drawstring bag so they’d still stay in, well they stay in alright, it’s a pain to get the out.
This one is pretty basic, I’m not happy the other two didn’t work out but maybe I can work on it later.
Also sorry it took me forever to get done, my husband and I had our second anniversary recently as well as I have more than knitting projects going on. I’ve got TONS more projects so when I get tired of one I work on a different one. Which is one of the many reasons it’s taking so long. Plus I think I needed a small break from knitting, my fingers were getting pretty sore. Mainly this case is why, tiny needles + tight knitting = sore fingers.
What you need: US size 2 Double pointed needles
2 counters or knit counter or knit counter lite for ipod touch
Abbreviations: CO- Cast on
CO 40, 10 on each needle
6-9 K6,P1,K6,P1,K6 repeat
10 K6,P1,Sl3 hold in back, K3, K3from CN,P1,K6 Repeat
11-17 repeat rows 6-9
18 Repeat row 10
Plain pattern for 7 rows
cable on the 8th
repeat this pattern until row 60 or until length of glasses
Finish with kitchener
If it seems too big or too small add or subtract 2 stitches, you have to have an even amount of stitches for the pattern to look right. Videos at the bottom, as always I’m here if you need help happy knitting!
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