Want to try out buttonholes? Now's your chance! When you're 1 or 2 inches away from the final bind-off edge, space your chosen number of buttonholes across a row (see Chapter 17 for buttonhole directions). Then, after seaming the sides, simply sew your buttons in the appropriate places to match the holes.

Don't like buttons? How about ties? Knit six 4-inch pieces of I-cord, and sew three of them evenly across the bottom of the fold-over flap. Sew the other three in corresponding positions on the body of the bag, and tie it up.

To make a nice flat fold line at the bottom and top edges of the pillow, when your piece measures 14 inches long (or a perfect square for your chosen pillow form size), purl 1 RS row of stitches if you're knitting in stockinette or 3 rows of stockinette if you're knitting in garter stitch. Repeat after you knit another 14 inches or the height of your pillow.

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