Fair Isle zipper pouch

fair isle zippered pouch closed

This knitted zipper pouch is a little different format from my previous two (argyle and chevron) pouches. It has a flat bottom so it can stand up on its own, making it good for traveling. To make this one open all the way so it's easy to see what's inside, I adapted the tutorial for Open… Continue reading Fair Isle zipper pouch

Chevron Fair Isle zipper pouch

fair isle zippered pouch in chevron pattern

A friend and I were recently chatting about how much we like little zippered pouches. What is it about them that makes them so appealing?? Anyway, we love them. Luckily, we had this conversation after I had finished knitting her Christmas gift: a little zippered pouch. I'd describe her style as clean, modern, and casual,… Continue reading Chevron Fair Isle zipper pouch

Space Invaders Fair Isle Kindle Cozy

knitted space invaders kindle cozy

A friend recently asked me if I'd like to make a cover for his new Kindle. Um, yes! He liked the green houndstooth Fair Isle sleeve I'd made for my husband, and likes red and black. Other than that, he was pretty open. So I suggested a few directions, including a video game theme because… Continue reading Space Invaders Fair Isle Kindle Cozy

Argyle Fair Isle zipper pouch

knitted zippered pouch with argyle stitch

This zippered pouch is for my knitting needles and little knitting tools. I used a 12-inch zipper and my stash of leftover sock yarns, making a color combination that I didn't care for at first but has really grown on me. The stitch pattern is an argyle pattern from Alice Starmore’s Book of Fair Isle Knitting. It’s a 12-stitch… Continue reading Argyle Fair Isle zipper pouch