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1 hour Sari Ribbon Netbook Case

September 10, 2010

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Ah, before we get into the knitting pattern, I wanted to share a special woman’s Etsy store site: Rose Young’s awesome store:

That’s where I got that great necklace from in the video.

OK, back to the show!

So some background: I was looking for a sleeve originally for my netbook. I made one, but it’s not terribly useful. I carry too much “stuff” with me. I usually use this at the library and I’m taking notes in a dare-I-say real notebook while I have research happening on the netbook. So, I made this bag more loopy with no real structure. It serves the purpose, it’s quick to make, it’s colorful and best of all.

You can also modify this to make it satchel type bag by lining it and throwing a strap on it.

You’ll need two skeins of any of these yarns located here

Size US 19 needles

Cast on 3 sts,

Row 1, K3

Row 2-7 M1, K to end of row (Row 7 is approximate depending on the size of your netbook. Measure yours and make adjustments as necessary.)

Row 9-12 knit

Row 13-18, k2tog, K to end of row

Row 19 K3

Bind off

Make another panel.

Sew together leaving one end open (your choice of lengthwise or width wise). I used left over ribbon to make closures. But you can use buttons or whatever else your heart desires!


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  1. Ellie Wilkinson says:

    Welcome to Maine! I am on Swans Island off the coast of Mount Desert Island. Where is your new home and will you have a shop or some capacity for visitors to make in person yarn choices. I’m interested in the jacket, but would want to see the lovely colors up close and personal.

  2. Jessica says:

    Hi! I love this pattern and would like to make it. However, I clicked on the link to find the yarn you recommend for the project and it couldn’t find the page…? Can you tell me which yarn or direct me to the right place to find it? Thanks!

  3. ScarletDove says:

    Great video BUT the backgrould music interferes with your great information. Please scrap the noise.

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