Techniques You'll Need:
- Cast on
- Knit stitch
- Purl stitch
- Decrease - K2tog
- Decrease - ssk
- Increase - m1
- Cast off
KnittingHelp.com has fantastic videos to help you learn any stitches you don't already know, as well as for brushing up your skills. Hooks and Needles also has some great tutorial videos, and everything you need is all together.
Knitted PocketYarn: Vanna's Choice Slate
Gauge: doesn't matter
Row 1 & all odd rows: Purl
R2-14: sl first st purlwise, k across
R16: Cast off 20st, k remaining 20st
R22: ssk, k 16, k2tog
R24: ssk, k 14, k2tog
R26: ssk, k 6, k2tog, m1, k 4, k2tog
R28: Cast off
Fold the pocket in half. Using yarn of the same color, sew the pocket along the bottom, then up the side, then back down the side to hide the end of the yarn in the corner.
Find a button to put on the front of the pouch, using the m1 as a button hole. Sew it on tight and ta-da, you have yourself a knitted pocket.
Marvel in your genius and stuff it full of goodies.