IPOD Phone Cozies

iPod mini Cozy


(Less than) 1 skein Handpaint Originals, color HP 30 Sunbaked Earth
Size 5  US  9" straight needles
Size 7 DPNs
tapestry needle


1. Cast on 16 sts, knit in garter stitch for about 8". Cast off loosely.
2. Fold fabric in half. About 3/4" up from the fold, pick up 14 center stitches.
3. Knit these 14 stitches in stockinette stitch for about 2".
4. Knit 3 rows in K1 P1 ribbing. Cast off in pattern (4 rows ribbing total).
5. Using tapestry needle, sew sides of pocket to pouch.
6. Sew up sides of pouch. Weave in all the ends.
7. Using size 7 DPNs, cast on 3 stitches and knit i-cord to desired length. (I knit mine about 46" - long enough to wear around my neck. It may eventually stretch to be long enough to wear like a purse.)
8. Using long tails from i-cord, sew it to the pouch on the sides where the seams meet.

Voila! A warm and cuddly love nest for your beloved iPod mini! Yay!


Colors seen on the internet:

Hot Pink








iPod Sock Knitting Pattern

Designed by Barbara Breiter

iPod socks protect your iPod from scratches and insulates during cold weather. They're also a fun fashion statement! They are so quick and simple to knit from small amounts of left over yarn. Knit it as shown to resemble the commercially made iPod socks (at $29 a pop for 6) or use left over self-patterning sock yarn for a unique look.


Fits all iPods except iPod shuffle.

11 sts=1" in pattern stitch


Size 3 US (3.25 mm) straight needles or size needed to obtain gauge for two needle version
Small amount of fingering weight yarn. iPod sock as shown was knit with:
Rowan 4 ply soft
100% Merino wool
50 grams/175 meters/191 yards, Color #378



CO 47 sts with straight needles.
Work in pattern stitch as follows:
Row 1 (RS): p1, *k3, p2; rep from *, end k1
Row 2: p1, *k2, p3; rep from *, end k1

Rep Rows 1 and 2 until 4" or slightly longer for iPods other than the iPod mini if desired.

BO in pat, leaving long tail. Seam side and bottom. Weave in ends on WS.


©Barbara Breiter. This design may not be reproduced in any manner without the expressed written consent of the author.


Keep your iPod warm this winter by knitting it a snug little cosy. This is the very first knitting pattern I have ever written so please forgive me for any mistakes. I wasn't too sure how it worked so I hope this all makes sense. Any comments and corrections are much appreciated.

Needle size 6mm (US size 6)


Pattern (for iPod mini):

CO 20 sts
Using the first colour work in stockinette stitch for 4 rows.
Change to the second colour and K2, P2,rib for 4 rows.
Change back to the first colour and work in stockinette stitch for about 4".
BO sts.
Sew the bottom and side up using a yarn needle and a length of the first colour of yarn.