iPad case Pattern

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Sewing: iPad case
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Accessory

Item:

Bag

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

--- PLEASE NOTE: this is a FREE tutorial from my website. You are welcome to check out this pattern and the instructions on my website by following the link above (right underneath the headline). For your convenience I decided to offer the complete tutorial as a PDF for download, if you prefer to have everything in one structured document.---

Don't like the iPad cases that you find in stores? Here's your chance to make your very own and truly individual case. This tutorial is perfect for sewing enthusiast at an advanced beginner level.
You will be given the exact measurements for an iPad mini case and the formula to calculate the measurements should you want to make a case for different iPad models.

The pdf file comes with 6 pages of instructions and 12 color photographs.

Please note that this pattern may not be republished or distributed without permission. However you are welcome to sell items made with this pattern. In this case I would appreciate if you gave me credit as the pattern designer.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • depends on your iPad type (for iPad mini it is going to be 8.5 x 5.75 in)

Materials:

  • exterior fabric: 1 fat quarter
  • lining fabric: 1 fat quarter
  • Heavy fusible stabilizer (e. g. Pellon Peltex 71F): no more than a 12 x 22 in piece (depends on your iPad size)
  • Fusible interfacing: 1/3 yd
  • hook and loop tape: 2 in
  • elastic (or ruffle elastic for a more decorative look): approx. 1/2 yd

You Will Also Need:

  • pins
  • scissors
  • tape measure
  • thread
  • fabric marker

About Designer

About Designer

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My name is Anna and I'm a designer and seamstress living in Rochester, NY.
I've always been the creative type, I like trying out all kinds of handicrafts and artwork, but I have to admit that it's actually fabric I like to work with most.
After graduating I soon realized that I had to find a job where I would be able to express my creativity and to make beautiful things! That's how I decided ...

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