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pouch knitting pattern

needle no: 3,5
gauge: 22x30 is 4"x4" in stockinette stitch.

cast on 32 stitches and work two rows in seed stitch.

next needle right side facing, k4 p2 k4 p2 knit remaining 20 stitches.

wrong side purl all purled stitches knit all knitted stitches.

form cable in 5th row (13 times)

To form bankcard pocket:
at cable no. 14 work as followed, k4 p2 k4 p2 k2 cast off 16st k2.

Wrong side: purl 2 cast on 16 p2 k2 p4 k2 p4. (cast on by forming loops)

next two rows work in seed stitch then cast off all stitches purlwise.

close sides.



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  1. Step 1 1

    Bankcard pocket:

    Grab a rectangular piece of fabric fold top down twice to create a smoothe edge pin and sew. Fold the other top down as well pin and sew. Turn right sides together and sew sides letting one half stick out above the other half an inch.

  2. Step 2 2

    With wrong side of fabric facing fold top of fabric down twice pin to the right side of the zipper. Sew.

  3. Step 3 3

    Fold other end of fabric down twice pin to zipper and sew. Keep the zipper open!

  4. Step 4 4

    It will look like this, somewhat like a cilinder.

  5. Step 5 5

    Pin bankcard pocket to left side of lining and sew both sides of lining. The pocket will be attached to the lining on the left side.

  6. Step 6 6

    the knitted pouch is entirely handsewn to the lining.

    Add a button to the bankcard pocket. You can close it with a strand of 14 single crochets.

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