InstructionsI used leftover scraps and shapes from a quilt I had completed. I just started piecing them together until I had a rectangle shape that when folded in half and sewed, would still be big enough so that an iPad would fit inside. I ended up with a long rectangle so I would have a double layer of the pieced rectangle fabric with a thin batting in between. I folded my pieced fabric on the long edge so ...
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Type of item: Functional
Style: Eco-Friendly, Funky, Casual
Leftover Batik fabric, thin batting, thread
What was your inspiration?
I needed a case for my iPad and just figured that it was like making a pillowcase. I loved the leftover scraps from my previous project and didn't want them to go to waste.
What are you most proud of?
That what I pictured in my head worked out! I need to trust my instincts more and trust that I can do more free-form type projects.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
As you are adding your scrap strips and pieces, check to make sure you are still making a square/rectangle. Stop every so often and trim here and there to keep everything aligned. Don't be afraid to create angles - not everything has to be a ninety-degree angle.