This is a NEW 2013 PDF Sewing Pattern for a book style case for the following sizes of eReaders:
Pattern #1: fits devices up to 8.2" x 5.25"
Pattern #2: fits devices up to 7.8" x 4.65"
Pattern #3: fits devices up to 7" x 4.8"
You get ALL THREE sizes that fit the majority of all current eReaders on the market. If you are unsure which case pattern to buy, send me your device and I will tell you which patterns fit that specific device. NOTE: IF YOU NEED THIS CASE for a smaller reader/gadget, please see the Small eReader Book Case Pattern listed in my pattern section . IF YOU NEED a Larger, or different configuration of measurements please see two more sizes of book cases in my pdf pattern section. I think I have you covered, no matter what your device is.
This sewing pattern will help you create a sturdy, padded, comfortable-to-hold book style case for yourself, or to give as gifts. Case has an inside pocket for reader to be stored, when not out for reading. Ribbon corners hold it in place for reading, and case can fold back on itself too. Inside there are two additional pockets perfect for library cards, ID, credit cards, gift cards, etc. Back of case has an additional pocket as well.
You also have permission to sell up to 15 of these, at a time,in YOUR online shop/craft show. I do require you acknowledge 4girlsdesigns for the pattern. These eReaders are expected to be the hottest Holiday gift, so get in on making the cases yourself! These are quick to make too!
Sewing ability: Beginner to experienced. The pattern consists of FULL SIZE Pattern Pieces that can be printed separately. The instructions cover 11 pages, accompanied by 25 colorful photographs, many sewing tips,optional plans--all to make this easy to master pattern.
You can complete a whole case with a fat quarter of outside and inside fabric, interfacing, VELCRO, ribbon, thread, sewing machine, stabilizer, and comes with insructions for other methods of closure.
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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.