Apple of My iPhone Pouch

 

Announcing the first underdutchskies pattern download!  I finished my iPhone pouch and thought it would be a good idea to write up the instructions and offer them up to my readers.  Below you will find a link to the pdf file download.

I made the pouch using Noro Gimp, which is something more like cord than yarn.  It does not stretch.  It is apple red and shiny.  I used a small 14mm magnet as a closure, which is working really well.  Here are a couple more photos:

If you have any questions about the pattern just let me know.  I hope you like it, but please don’t sell it or sell items made from it.

Apple of My iPhone Pouch PDF download

4 Comments

  1. Your iPhone pouch is awesome! I hope I can find that yarn so I can make one too; have you had any trouble with the magnet? The reason I ask is last week, my phone was in a new purse, in a pocket with a magnetic closure, and I ended up having to re-set the iphone, after it froze up on me. All is well now, but it scared me!

    I’ve had fun looking at your blog, because I used to live in Amsterdam (in the late 1970’s) and worked at the Openbare Bibliotheek, when it was in its’ brand new building on the Prinzengracht! Now it’s in a much more spectacular new building, and it looks like that is where you work! I would so love to work there again!

    Amsterdam is my favorite city in the world, and I am so excited to be planning a visit to visit family in the fall! One of my stops will definitely be the library.

  2. Thanks for reading Wilma!
    I haven’t had any trouble with the magnet at all. It is pretty small. Also, these are the same sized magnets that other iPhone (and Treo for example) case makers use.
    I don’t work at the Bieb, but very nearby, and I eat lunch there often. It’s a lovely building and library. Maybe we’ll see each other there when you visit. 🙂

  3. It looks really swell, Alex. After all those false starts you had, it’s real sweet of you to tell your secrets. I’m going to buy some of that Noro Gimp and make a really warm sweater for next winter. What? You don’t think it’s a good yarn for a sweater?

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