Mini Tablet Case

Mini Tablet Case
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Getting ready to send your high school graduate off to college, or kids back to school, with expensive new electronic toys and accessories? Keep those tablets, notebooks and iPads protected with a knitted handmade case!

Using our free knitting pattern is a simple way to personalize covers, cases and cozies. Use bright bold colors or darker earth tones to create a knit tablet case that perfectly suits the owner and shows off their unique tastes and style.

Nothing says smartie pants like a handmade knitted tablet cover!

Skill level: Advanced beginner

Materials: 200 yards of worsted weight yarn, 2 ounce of prepared roving or very clean wool locks

16 inch size 7 circular needle

Stitch marker

Yarn needle

Gauge: 4 sts to the inch

Special notes and tips:

* K1T = Knit in the next stitch using a lock fiber from the roving.

*Make sure your fiber is completely grease free so as not to damage your tablet

* When working on round 6 or 9, when you come to a stitch of roving, knit in to it the roving and gently tug the roving down locking into place.




Cast on 36 sts.

Row 1: K in each stitch across.

Row 2-34 : K in each stitch across. At the end of row 34 cast on 36 sts and join , being careful not to twist and  placing a marker to designate beginning of round.


Round 1-4: knit in each stitch around slip marker when you come to it.

Round 5:  (K 4, K1T)repeat round until last 2 sts, K 2.

Round 6 -7: K in each stitch around slip marker when you come to it.

Round8:  (K1,K1T,K3) repeat round until last 2 sts, K 1.

Round 9 -10: K in each stitch  around slip marker when yo come to it.

Repeat rounds 5 – 10 four more times.

Repeat round 1 two more times.

Cast off.

Finishing it all up

Sew cast off seam.

Make  two 3 sts Icords 8 inches long and sew one on the middle of the cast off seam. Sew the other to the middle of the cast on seam.

Lightly block, making sure the bag is totally dry before using. Enjoy!


About The Author

Melanie has more than 25 years experience as a Hands-on fiber artist and fiber arts teacher specializing in crochet, knitting, spinning, weaving and tatting. She has taught classes through various yarn stores, Community Education Programs, fiber fairs; as well as in 4-H programs around Idaho. She has been designing her own unique projects and patterns for numerous year and she has spent several years as a pattern tester for many yarn and design companies. You can usually find her working on something or planning her next project.