Reversible Kindle Envelope CozyI wanted to make a new case for my kindle. I looked through my stash and found a skein of SMC Select Tweed Deluxe, which I'd bought on a whim. The cozy was originally going to be one sided, but after playing with the pattern, I decided that I like both sides, so sewed it up so that it can be used either way:
|Side B closed|
|Side A closed|
I was going to use a fastener, but since I use either side alternately, I haven't added one, plus it's easier to get out of my bag when in tube rush hour.
1 skein SMC Select Tweed Deluxe (80m, colour 07144)
Cast on 32sts.
Row 1 and all odd rows (Side A): Purl
Row 2 and 4 (Side B): *K1, sl 7 purlwise; rep from * to end.
Row 6 and 8: *K2, sl 5 purlwise wyb, k1; rep from * to end.
Row 10 and 12: : *K3, sl 3 purlwise wyb, k2; rep from * to end.
Row 14: *K4, sl 1 purlwise wyb, k3; rep from * to end.
Row 16 and 18: *Sl 4 purlwise wyb, k1, sl 3 purlwise wyb; rep from * to end.
Row 20 and 22: *Sl 3 purlwise wyb, k3, sl 2 purlwise wyb; rep from * to end.
Row 24 and 26: *Sl 2 purlwise wyb, k5, sl 1 purlwise wyb; rep from * to end.
Row 28: *Sl 1 purlwise wyb, k7; rep from * to end.
Repeat 1 to 28 three times.
Repeat rows 1-21.
Cast off knitwise.
Steam block the piece to 31cm by 19cm.
Fold along the short side (19cm side) to about 14cm. Sew sides and voila!