I like to create patterns that sewers can use to make their own unique accessory -- in this case a cover for your i-PAD. No other person in the world will have one just like yours -- even if they use my pattern! The trick is showing you how create your own focus fabric. It's fun, easy and creative!
My iPAD loves this cover since I can slide it inside and then put it in my purse and it's totally protected from anything else in my purse that might scratch or damage the screen. It's also a cozy way to put my iPAD to sleep! Everytime one of my friends sees my iPAD cover, they want to go out and buy an iPAD just so they can use the cover. Be the envy of your friends and make your own beautiful cover but be prepared to make more for gifts since everyone you know will want one... guaranteed!
Fits iPAD 1 and 2.
|Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized|
Carol Ann Waugh loves to stitch. Many years ago, she covered an entire couch in needlepoint and made a king-sized quilt as her first quilt project. She wrote three books on quilting, pursued a ...
Carol Ann Waugh loves to stitch. Many years ago, she covered an entire couch in needlepoint and made a king-sized quilt as her first quilt project. She wrote three books on quilting, pursued a left-brain career, then wrote a book of quilt block patterns about the First Ladies of America. Now she's come back to her love of stitching and has entered more than 45 national and international exhibits in the past 4 years. Her latest book, Stupendous Stitching, was published in early 2012.
Carol Ann lives in Denver, Colo., where she served as president of the Front Range Contemporary Quilters from 2011-2012. See her art quilts at www.carolannwaugh.com; follow her on Twitter where she's @FiberArtista.