Congratulations! Following the tutorials you have now learnt the foundation stitches and techniques for knitting 🙂
I have written these instructions to knit a phone cover. It is an easy small project to make use of your new skills. You will practice the slip knot,casting on, knit stitch and casting off. It is rewarding as you will have a finished item quite quickly.
I have used less than 50g of double knit (dk) acrylic yarn and 4.5mm needles. This is a good thickness of yarn and needle size for beginners and usually the cheapest yarn to buy.
It has been made to fit an iPhone.
- Cast on 16 stitches.
- Knit 90 rows.
- Cast (bind) off.
- Fold the finished knitted piece in half along the longest side so the shortest sides meet at the top.
- Join the sides together with yarn along the long edges, leaving the short edge open for your phone.
N.B. If you want to make it for a narrower/wider phone, adjust the amount of stitches you cast on (i.e. less stitches for a narrower phone). The length is dependent on the amount of rows you knit – it needs to measure just over twice the length of the phone.