This kindle cover was a super quick project to make. From idea to completion in just one evening. And definitely overdue being made. I’ve had my kindle a few months now and it’s already got a few screen scratches from carrying it around with me in my hand bag with no protection. Whoops!
I don’t really mind them though just as with paper books the marks show signs of use and love.
Anyways if you want to make something similar or the same heres all the info on how it’s made
Yarn: James C. Brett Pure Merino dk in shade PM14
Row 1: Chain 48
Rows 2 – 13: Jaquard Stitch. I used instructions from the book ‘Crochet Stitches Visual Encyclopedia by Robyn Chachula. Instructions for this stitch can also be found online for free here.
This pattern can be personalized so easily. The same dimensions can be achieved by alternating any double crochet stitch pattern with rows of single crochet.
Row 14: Single Crochet (sc) in each sc and ch-1 space across
To finish fold cover in half with the right sides facing each other and sc sides together. I made one sc in each sc and 2 in each dc. Ch 1 when you reach the corner and continue on stitching base together.