John wanted an iPod cozy that had windows for the controls and he already has a cover with a flap, so I went on a quest. I found separate patterns with little elements and decided to find a way to put them all together knitting in the round so it would go by more quickly and look neater than those stitched together.

You'll need
US 4 dpn's (set of 5)
Tapestry Needle
Button and thread

Read more for the pattern and pictures!

I've been needing a little case for my iPod since I treat it so terribly...throwing it in my jacket pocket most of the time and then often dropping it at the gym...woops!

I found this pattern on Ravelry by Kayleen Grage using the owl cable pattern originally from Owls by Katie Davies. I've used the owls before in a couple dishcloths I made for the holidays and it's adorable! They will often put little buttons for the eyes, but I decided it might scratch my iPod and kept the owl's eyes mysterious. ; )

You'll need:
Spare yarn from another project
US size 4 dpn's (set of 5)
US size 4 straight needles (for the double knitting)
Tapestry needle
Stitch marker, 2 tiny buttons, sewing thread (optional)

Read more for the full pattern!