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Bound Book STyle 7 inch Tablet Cover

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Bound Book STyle 7 inch Tablet Cover
Bound Book STyle 7 inch Tablet Cover
Bound Book STyle 7 inch Tablet Cover
Bound Book STyle 7 inch Tablet Cover
Bound Book STyle 7 inch Tablet Cover

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Crochet
  • Whip Stitch

Pattern Description:

This is a GREAT beginner graph project! MOST of my testers never did a graph before this patter, The panels are only 21ST by 32 row, easy breezy!!! Or make the panels plain and add appliques, your choice!

My biggest problem with my nook was that it didn't FEEL like holding a book in my hands. Next I noticed, I was using it for patterns, for doctor's office self entertainment, and so many things where it would be SO convenient to just stick my license and check card in with the nook. But I never found a cover WITH a pocket that LATCHED AND protected the Nook from my clumsiness, so I made my own. Yes, I am aware there are quicker, thinner, simpler ways to construct this, but this pattern is done in layers in a thick yarn intentionally. To give myself the feeling of holding a book, and to protect the darn hundred dollar thing! So, here goes!

Gauge:

Gauge:
3 rows of 3 SC = 1" x 1"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Has been tested to fit most brands of 7" eReaders or tablets
  • Including, Nook Color, Nook HD, Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD, Nabi, iPad Mini

Materials:

  • I/9-5.50MM Hook
  • 1 - 1.5" - 2" Button of your choosing
  • 2 - 6"x9" heavy cardboard (I cut mine out of shipping boxes)
  • Metal Yarn needle
  • 1 - 5"x8" piece of plastic canvas. This is to give the eReader venting between it and the yarn

Suggested yarn:

360 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

red heart

Colorway:

Your choice!
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$6.00

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