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DIY Kindle Cover

By: Amanda for Aknitica

Looking for a way to protect your Kindle in style? Check out this DIY Kindle Cover pattern to create a pocket made of mitered squares. Use a garter stitch, ribbing and even buttons to make this cute knit Kindle case.


Knitting Needle Size1 or 2.25 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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You use abbreviations like ( ccd and psso) not ver good for a beginner. Not good explanations for a beginner!

The abbreviations used on this site are pretty standard-the abbreviations can be a little daunting at first, but they are so standard every site on the internet has a guide to them. when I was a beginner, some 40-50 yrs. ago, I used to go through the entire patterna and write it out long hand for myself-only had to do it a few times and I got the hang of it. Even though I've been knitting so long, I still occasionally get hung up on an abbreviation-they can vary ever so slightly between countires. Learning the abbreviations is just part of the learning to read a pattern process-you can't really blame the site for doing what they're supposed to, but with pratice it won't be a problem for long. Hope this helps. Happy Knitting.

A very beautiful way to use the wonderful bright variegated colors, wow, this is an eye popper and will be a favorite for many. Love the small project making the squares, too. Thanks!


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