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Pop Tart Phone Case

By: Hannah from
Pop Tart Phone Case

Have the sweetest phone of all of your friends with this Pop Tart Phone Case. Everyone loves pop tarts and now you can have your favorite breakfast food with you without all of the extra calories. This DIY phone case is a cute and fun way to protect your phone from the outside world. Make a couple of these for awesome gifts for food lovers that are super quick and easy to knit. This pattern primarily uses the stockinette stitch, making it one of the easiest knitting patterns for beginners you will find. So indulge your sweet tooth and get started on this phone case today. 


Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

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A pop tart phone case. No one wants to get their phone all scratched up and this is such a great idea. I never thought of pop tarts as a design idea. This pattern is from a couple of years ago. Technology changes all of the time and phones are a little larger now. I am hoping that just a tweak in the needle size with give me the desired size.

Very cute idea! It might have to be adapted for current phones and device sizes. The pattern is very straight forward. Tutoral link for "intarsia" on the color work changes are on the pattern page. This will protect your phone and will be a great conversation piece when you are out to lunch with the girls.

A very sweet treat, the pattern is really easy to follow and there is a link to a tutorial on working with two colours for those who are not sure how to switch colours. The pattern is standard so you will need to make changes depending on the size of you phone as I had to make mine larger to fit my iPhone 6. It keeps my phone from bashing against other objects in my bag to avoid scratches and I like the bead detail. These would make great gifts and would be popular if making for a school fair or other fundraising event.


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