I am a registered nurse working in a residential care plus emergency room facility in a very tiny town. You may not know that nursing is a very stressful job. Creation of beautiful things is my ...
I am a registered nurse working in a residential care plus emergency room facility in a very tiny town. You may not know that nursing is a very stressful job. Creation of beautiful things is my outlet for stress relief. I have been a quilter for many years, and I have recently started to crochet. I have always found it more fun to make up my own patterns, and now I share them with you. I have to charge a small amount to fund my habit.View all patterns by designer (12) »
You can make a case to fit your Kindle, IPad, Nook, Kobo, Nextbook or Nexus tablet. Instructions are also given to custom make a case if your tablet isn't listed here. Close it with a button or fabric closure. You can also use a plain fabric or make up stripes in your favorite colors. The case will protect your tablet from scratches if you carry it in your purse, and offer a small amount of padding if you drop it. (Unfortunately, the case won't protect your tablet from all damage.) MATERIALS: 2 Fat Quarters, contrasting or matching (or 2 of ? yard fabrics for 10" tablets such as IPad) Striped version - scraps of several fabrics plus 1 fat quarter for lining. Piece of batting, flannel or an extra piece of fabric for padding 1 - 1" button (optional) 3" elastic cord (available at sewing shops) (optional) A walking foot for your sewing machine is nice but optional. It keeps layers from shifting as you sew. A flexible tape measure is helpful, but any ruler will do.