Reversible tablet case knitting pattern

free video tutorial

 

You will need

Yarn (approx. 140g)

Needles

Tapestry needle

 

Free video pattern also for lefties

How to knit a bag

Materials:

Schulana Bando yarn

15 mm knitting circle needles

other needles for separating stitches (size you like)

15 mm crochet hook

markers

German video, English translation: Casting on + pouch

 

Leave a lot of yarn for casting on and for closing the bottom.

 

- Start with a slipknot (counts as 1 stitch).

 

- Cast on 37 stitches more.

Put a marker on your needle (this is the middle of your circle).

 

Cast on 38 stitches, put a marker on your needle.

You should have 76 stitches (or the number which you like for your circle).

 

- Make sure your stitches are not twisted and knit the ends together to a circle.

 

Knit the first round. If you reach your marker put the marker from one needle to the other without doing anything.

(It doesn't matter if you start with the knit stitch ot the purl stitch, it should be easy to work)

 

2nd round

Purl

 

3rd round

Yarn over, knit until you reach the first marker.

Take the marker from one needle to the other, yarn over, knit until the end of the round.

Put the second marker onto the other needle.

 

4th round

Purl the wrapped loop (if it is difficult to knit the wrapped loop, you are working right --> no holes afterwards).

Purl until first marker.

Put the marker onto your other needle.

Purl the wrapped loop.

Purl until second marker.

Put the marker onto your other needle.



5th round

like round 3

 

6th round

like round 4

 

Knit/Purl 5 rounds.

 

Round 12

Decrease once.

Purl until first marker.

Decrease once.

Purl until second marker.

 

Knit/Purl 5 rounds.

 

Repeat one round with decreasing and 5 rounds knitting/purling until you reach your desired length for your bag.

 

Strap (translation)

 

Purl 8 stitches.

Cast off stitchs until you have 8 stitches left before reaching your first marker.

(We need 16 stitches for our strap, 8 before and 8 after the markers.)

 

Purl 8 stitches.

Put the marker onto your other needle.

Purl 8 stitches.

Cast off stitchs until you have 8 stitches left before reaching your first marker.

Purl 8 stitches.

 

At this point you don't need your markers anymore (only if you want).

 

Purl 8 stitches to finish the row for your strap beginning.

 

Put all the 16 stitches on the opposite site onto other stitches to knit them later.

(I will do it later in the video).

 

Our pattern for the strap is: Knit 2, purl 2 (first row); purl 2, knit 2 (second row)

Knit 5 rows with this pattern.

 

6th row: Decrease once, knit until you have 2 stitches left, decrease once.

 

Repeat knitting 5 rows and decreasing 1 row until you reach your desired thickness for the strap.

 

Don't forget: your strap is elastic, if you use your bag and you have stuff in there your bag will sink and your strap will be thinner. You have to knit your strap a little bit thicker and shorter.

 

If you have reached your desired thickness, knit so many rows as you like.

 

Don't forget to leave the same length for increasing as you needed for decreasing.

 

Starting increasing:

 

1st row

Knit one stitch, yarn over, knit until you have 1 stitch left, yarn over, knit the last stitch. (don't forget the pattern)

 

2nd row

Knit the stitches and the wrapped loops. (don't forget to knit the loops overcrossed to have no holes --> as explained in the 1st video 4th round).

 

Knit 4 rows.

 

Repeat from 1st row until you have 16 stitches, knit 4 rows.

Joining strap

 

Your have finished the length of the strap? You should have 16 stitches on your needle.

Now we have to join the 16 stitches on the opposite site to our strap.

 

Turn your bag inside out.

 

Put one loop from the opposite site onto your needle (where our strap loops are located). Cast off 3 loops to one. Put the loop back on your strap needle.

 

Put one more loop from the opposite site onto your needle. Cast off 3 loops to one. Put the loop back on your strap needle.

 

Continue doing this until you have joined the strap to the opoosite loops.

 

You have 2 loops left, cast off.

 

Cut the yarn and pull it through the last stitch, tighten.



 

 

Closing the pouch

 

Take your crochet hook and the long yarn end from the beginning.

 

Close the bottom of your bag with slip stitches.

Break off and hide your yarn ends.

 

 

You have a beautiful bag :-)

 

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