Posted in Crochet, Knitting, Phone Case

Thrilled

Nov​​ 2013

Anchor Knitting Cotton Yarn

Cotton Yarn

Thread Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

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After making the bags and the disaster of the previous phone case I decided to give it another shot and was really impressed. I used the same method as Content B for the bottom and chose a flower for the motif. For the closure I used a big press button.

http://www.sionakaren.com/2011/04/free-pattern-giant-sunflower.html

Thrilled 2

Nov​​ 2013

Cotton Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

I made this for my Bible.

Thrilled 3

Dec 2013

Anchor Knitting Cotton Yarn

Cotton Yarn

Thread Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

My friend who had the same model phone asked for a case for herself.

Thrilled 4

Jul 2014

Red Rose Knitting Cotton Yarn

Cotton Yarn

Thread Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

This one is for another friend but with a different phone model. The fit was a bit off though.

Thrilled 5

Aug 2014

Red Rose Knitting Cotton Yarn

Cotton Yarn

Thread Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

This was for the same friend who got a new phone. This was a better fit.

Thrilled 6

Aug 2014

Laura Knitting Cotton Yarn

Cotton Yarn

8 ply / DK / Worsted Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles

This was for my new phone.

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Posted in Crochet, Cross Stitch, Knitting, Miscellaneous, Phone Case

Dismay 

​​​Nov​​ 2011

Vardhman Babysoft Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

4 mm Crochet Hook

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This was the first phone case I made for one of my colleagues. I wasn’t really happy with the results because it ended up looking like a coin purse. I cross stitched the logo as a request.

Dismay 2


​​​​Jan 2014

Cotton Yarn

4 ply / Fingering Weight

2 mm Knitting Needles

My husband asked for an eye mask to help him sleep during the day while he was on the night shift. Again I misjudged the amount of a border I would need to keep the stockinette stitch from curling.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mens-sleeping-mask