CI & HA decorations

PinkyZebra

Member
How to make a crocheting for your CI or HA cover

I'm not sure about Baha. You might try to do your best if you're skill on crocheting & knitting.

.I made a grid to show you how to make crocheting for your CI sound processor.

Crocheted Cochlear Implant N5 Cover pattern

Material:

~Super fine yarn size like 22 or 24 gauage

~Crochet hook size 3

~Sharp scissor

~G-S Hypo cements glue

~Needle with hole

~Tape measure

Describe:

You will need measure your N5 or Naida bottom round size is 2 inches long

Make 15 chains count before join the round then crochet double repeat until 10 to 11 rows stop at 1 half inches near the magnet plug hole.

Put your N5 to be fit and not too tight then pull N5 out.

Crocheting on the right row until stop to be avoid the magnet's hole turn left rows twice times

Turn add two more chains over the power button to be attach on the side and crochet repeat. Turn the right crochet repeat. Add one chain over the telecoil button join the chain in left side to right side then turn left row, right row until left row and add 3 chains join the left side to be final. Cut the long yarn and pull thread edge out and put needle to be weave the chains inside down the first dege on the bottom.

You have to put your N5 through the ear hook to bottom to make sure it is fit and not too tight. You need to knot the yarn, cut, pull N5 out and apply the glue on knot and let it dry before wear it.

I am giving you an advice. Do not put N5's regular color cover because it would not be fit the crochet cover. If you're tired to wear crochet and you can pull it out and let your ear rest at night. You can wear crochet with color to be match your clothes sometime. You don't have to wear it daily. You can adjust the color whatever you want. I will update the video of crochet for N5 cover to show you how to make coming soon.
 

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cdmeggers

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Ecp, I want your Naida too. Meg, what did you use to color your Harmony? Nail polish? That looks pretty awesome. Much better than the AB color covers.
It's the AB color covers for the Harmony. I have.... 3 packs of them (so 12 total) for color fun! Will need to get more headpiece color caps though.
 

cdmeggers

Well-Known Member
Will you update a new Naida q70? There have all colors you choice a bright red one. Hehe

How do you like a new Neptune?
I have to wait 3 more years before I can upgrade by Medicare's standards. Hopefully by then, there'll be an even newer processor to upgrade to! :) The Neptune's a nice alternative to the heavy Harmony, yup.
 

MonaLisa1992

New Member
ImageUploadedByAllDeaf1395899510.261849.jpganother shot of my hearing aids since I have a question... I want to get some Wonder Woman nail stickers to put on the casings. Any suggestions though? I'm also very fond of butterflies and flowers- and we all know diamonds are a girls best friend! I don't want to cover the whole things, just something little and subtle yet cute.


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ecp

Member
Ecp, I want your Naida too. Meg, what did you use to color your Harmony? Nail polish? That looks pretty awesome. Much better than the AB color covers.
People, my Naida belongs to me. Get yer own awesome blue processors!
 

PinkyZebra

Member
This is my first attempted to make a charm with bead for my hearing aid earmold tube

I made my own charm with bead for the first time. It is very easy. That is so comfortable to wear it over the sore earring pierce lobes. I hope you like it.
 

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RainbowTubes

New Member
Avid Pimper

Hello :) I have been an 'avid pimper' for a good two years now. I have pink Phonak Nathos aids (same as Naida for those outside the UK) and usually change the design once every two weeks or so. It's really fun and my confidence is boosted by it.

Here are some examples for you to see of some of my favourite ones done previously :) The leaf design is the one I currently have.
 

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MonaLisa1992

New Member
Hello :) I have been an 'avid pimper' for a good two years now. I have pink Phonak Nathos aids (same as Naida for those outside the UK) and usually change the design once every two weeks or so. It's really fun and my confidence is boosted by it.

Here are some examples for you to see of some of my favourite ones done previously :) The leaf design is the one I currently have.

Love the butterflies! Did you know most butterflies are deaf? Very pretty.


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