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Tablet Pattern Case fits IPad, and more.

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : Tablet Pattern Case fits IPad, and more.
Tablet Pattern Case fits IPad, and more. Tablet cover
Tablet Pattern Case fits IPad, and more. striped tablet cover
Tablet Pattern Case fits IPad, and more. tablet pattern cover

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • using a sewing machine
  • measuring, basic math skills

Pattern Description:

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.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • customize to fit your electronic tablet

Materials:

  • ruler
  • thread
  • sewing machine
  • walking foot (optional)

You Will Also Need:

  • fabric
  • a piece of batting, flannel, or just an extra piece of fabric
  • thread
  • cord
  • button


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I have been quilting for many, many years, and I still love creating beautiful things from fabric. I have been sewing since I was a child. My first sewing machine was a little hand-cranked toy which ...

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