Sorry for this, but my wife has requested that I try to make something for her/us. It should be simple there are just a few details I need some help with.
Basically I am looking to knit something that resembles an over the door shoe holder (don't ask). The only difference is that there will be just one bigger/wider pocket on each row, and there will be 4 rows. So 4 pockets total.
The base of this is a piece of cake, I'm pretty much just making a scarf the right width and the right length. Nothing odd there.
The pockets should be simple enough as each one is just a square/rectangle.
My issue is attaching it and possibly doing the sides of each pocket. The pockets need to hang down/out a bit so stuff could be put into it. We also don't want it bunch, so I want to try and keep the front as straight as possible. I don't know if I should knit different side pieces that are angled and use those to attach the pocket to the base. Or is there a way to build the side pieces into the pocket itself? I can visualize what I want, just not how to do it.
Does this make any sense?
Here is a link to the shoe holder, just picture it with one bigger pocket and a straight edge across the front/top of each pocket