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My son bought me a Kindle for Christmas and it`s my most used gift - ever!!
I wanted to keep it free from scratches, so I made this from 2 skeins of scrap yarn I had hanging around. I also added an i-cord handle for easy carrying.
 

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Thanks everyone. I hope I have given you some ideas for Christmas/Birthday gifts for the future.
Here`s the pattern for a perfect fit... I used size 6 needles.

Cast on 31 stitches (loosely) with Color A (When asked to slip stitch, do so purlwise)

Row 1: (Color A) Knit

Row 2: (Color A) Purl

Row 3: (Color B) K4 Slip 1*K5 Slip 1* Continue between *across to last 4 stitches, K4

Row 4: (Color B) K4 YF Slip 1 YB *K5 YF Slip 1 YB* Continue between * across to last 4 stitches, K4

Row 5: (Color B) P4 YB Slip 1 YF *P5 YB Slip 1 YF* Continue between * across to last 4 stitches, P4

Row 6: (Color B) Repeat Row 4

Row 7: (Color A) Knit

Row 8: (Color A) Purl

Row 9: (Color B) K1 Slip 1 *K5 Slip 1* Continue between * across to 1 stitch, K1

Row 10: (Color B) K1 YF Slip 1 YB *K5 YF Slip 1 YB* Continue between *across to 1 stitch, K1

Row 11: (Color B) P1 YB Slip 1 YF *P5 YB Slip 1 YF* Continue between * across to 1 stitch, P1

Row 12: (Color B) Repeat Row 10

Repeat these twelve rows until desired length is reached finishing with rows 1 and 2.

Bind off loosely.
 
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