Padded Cases for Kindle Fire, iPad Mini

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Padded Cases for Kindle Fire, iPad Mini Pattern


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Sewing: Padded Cases for Kindle Fire, iPad Mini
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This is very easy. If you can sew anything on your sewing machine, you can make these!

Pattern Description:

You will need only a fat quarter of material to complete the outsides of both these cases. They also go together very quickly. Now you can make an affordable case that you like, and one for the cords and accessories to fit in as well.

The pattern consists of FULL SIZE Pattern Pieces that can be printed separately. The instructions cover 13 pages, accompanied by over 35 colorful photographs, sewing tips,--all to make this an easy to master pattern.

I received a Kindle Fire for a gift and had to whip up a gorgeous case to carry it, and also the recharging cord, so I can take it everywhere. I hope you like it, I sure do!

NEW iPad Mini, New Kindle Fire & Fire HD, Nook HD, pdf Sewing Pattern also fits: Sony, Nook, Kobo, eReaders Plus Accessory Case,The padded case is for devices: Most 8" by 5 5/8" and smaller

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Device Case holds most devices 8" x 5 5/8" or smaller
  • Accessory case: 7 1/4' across top, 3" x 6" on bottom, 6" high


  • fat quarter for outside
  • 1/4 yd Craft Fuse Interfacing
  • 1/4 yd Anti Pill Fleece
  • 1" or larger button
  • elastic hair tie or piece of 1/8" wide elastic
  • FOR ACCESSORY CASE: fat quarter fabric, Fusible Fleece Interfacing, fat quarter cotton, 2-1" buttons, elastic hair tie or piece of 1/8" wide elastic

You Will Also Need:

  • thread
  • sewing machine
  • scissors/rotary cutter
  • printer

About Designer

About Designer

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I love to make things that I like to use, so I have a wide variety of patterns as a result of that. I have sewn for more years than I care to admit to...let's just say, for decades. I enjoy making patterns and sharing them with others. I try very hard to make them as easy to understand as I can. It is my hope that this is a way of helping others make things they like to use too.

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