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DIY for knitters

Posted by Laura 05/10/2017 0 Comment(s) Sewing,Knitting,

If you've ever had any trouble with stitches that drop from your work when it's in a project bag, here's the tutorial for you! :)

So how I did it was like this:
1. Cut two rectangular pieces of a fabric that the knitting needles will not be able to poke through. 

2. Sew the rectangles so that there is a fold - it creates this kind of a pocket. Leave a flap to the open end, so it will be easier to attach the elastic band to it. 

3. Measure the elastic band, so that it is a bit tight holding the ends of the knitting needles. Then attach the elastic to both of the rectangles flaps using a zig zag stitch. You're done! :)

This is a great little gift for the knitter in your life - and it's almost Christmas as well! 

 

Thank you for stopping by, don't forget to DIY! :)

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