Monday, March 17, 2014

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Crochet Ipod Sock

You will learn how to make a crochet ipod sock.  

Skill Level - Easy

Written by Teresa Richardson

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Crochet Video: Crochet I-Pod Sock

Size: 4.5" x 3.5"

Abbreviations

FHDC - Foundation Half Double Crochet
HDC - Half Double Crochet
CH - Chain

Crochet Ribbing Stitch: This project is going to be made with the crochet ribbing stitch. Here is a link to the half double crochet ribbing video tutorial. The ribbing is created by working in the loop behind each stitch. This pushes the two loops at the top of the stitch to the front to create a ribbing effect.

This project can easily be modified to fit different size music players.

I am including two ways to start. You can choose the Foundation Half Double Crochet or start with a Chain.

Start 1: 16 FHDC

Start 2: Chain 18, in the 3rd CH from the hook work, a HDC and 1 HDC in each CH across for a total of 16.

Note: There will be a chain 1 at the beginning of each row. The chain 1 will not count as a stitch, only a step up to the next row.

Row 1:
CH 1 turn, Do a HDC in the top of the previous stitch. Work each of the next 14 stitches in the loop behind the stitch for the ribbing, do a HDC in the top of the last ST. (16 HDC total)

Row 2-14: CH 1 turn, Do a HDC in the top of the previous stitch. Work each of the next 14 stitches in the loop behind the stitch for the ribbing, do a HDC in the top of the last ST. (16 HDC total)






You will learn how to make a crochet ipod sock.  



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5 comments:

  1. Hi, I'm just tarting off with this tutorial. I'm having a confusion here does the loop behind the stitch means the back loop of the stitch ?

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  2. Ohkay ! I got that, its not the same.Thanks for the tutorial & pattern.

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  3. Hi, I'm done with my Ipod Sock. Thanks for the wonderful pattern & detailed instructions in your video tutorial !
    Could you please take a look at mine & tell me how it turned out!

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  4. skhan,
    You did a very nice job with this and the baskets.

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  5. Thanks for looking at my crochet projects!

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