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Hand-Knit DJ Style Headphone Covers

Added Jun 7, 2010

by smartalex999

Burbank, Califor...






100% Original, knit-wear item by SmartAlex™

This product is for sale
By smartalex999 at

Material Notes

I use whatever material the buyer orders, which could be anything from acrylic to mongolian cashmere.




Garment Type
Cashmere, Cotton, Blends, Other, Silk, Wool

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    Aug 30, 2010, 06.05 AMby nojallakuutamo

    Trial & error – how I know this :) This is a funky piece of knit, you just gave an idea for a gift!

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      Sep 4, 2010, 10.57 PMby smartalex999

      I appreciate the kind words :]
      However, I must ask that you credit me for the design because it is pending to be patented at the moment. Of course, if you wish to purchase one from SmartAlex™ I would be more than happy to make a pair for you. Thank you <3 Best wishes!

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    Jun 8, 2010, 03.47 PMby kreative-kat

    love it! dod you freeform it or have a pattern?

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      Jun 8, 2010, 08.10 PMby smartalex999

      Thanks! Ya it was totally freeform. My dad’s friend is a sick DJ and he asked me if I could create something like this so i just did a lot of trial and error ‘till i ended up with this. I had to teach myself how to crochet to do certain parts of it that would have been super difficult to knit. I’m glad you like how it turned out <3

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    Jun 7, 2010, 06.40 PMby kelepso

    That is so cool. It must have taken a very long time to make those. It funny that you can wear them and keep warm at the same time. Such a unique idea. Great Job!

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      Jun 8, 2010, 05.42 AMby smartalex999

      Thank you so much! I love getting feedback from other artists! And yes it was a really long process of trial and error and learning new methods of constructing it but it was work the trouble (and getting paid helped too haha).

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