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Old 08-26-2009, 09:32 PM   #1
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FO: nano 4g necklace cozy with windows
This is my most used knitted item. I wrote out the directions if anyone is interested.




I used 000 needles so the windows would be tight to the body of the nano.


Co 32 (I used the magic cast-on)
knit 5 rows
bind-off 6 stitches for window
next row dec. on each side to make (8 sts gone)
knit up to the 1/4 of an inch to end of window
increase one on each side of window
next row CO the missing 6, back in the round
knit 4 rows to edge of circle
bind-off 4 sts
p2tog on each side (6 sts gone)
k2tog on each side (8 sts gone)
purl/knit 9 rows
increase one on each side of circle
increase one on each side of circle again
next row CO the missing 4, back in the round
Knit 4 rows
4 rows of rib-k1,p1

At cast off the last 3 sts at back start a 3 st icord.
I made the icord 30”

When I connected the icord I continued with a icord bind off all around the edge for a nice bumper.


On my DH necklace (red/black) I picked up and did a icord bind off in the window for extra bumperness
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Old 08-27-2009, 08:49 AM   #2
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What a great idea!!! Thanks! Love the colors you used.
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Cool - great idea!
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What a clever idea It looks great!
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gr8 idea n wel done
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Great idea! And so generous of you to take the time to type out your formula for us! Thanks!
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