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The Tablet Sleeve

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The Tablet Sleeve pattern includes instructions for the iPad, iPad Mini & all Kindles except the largest ones. This PDF pattern is full of color photos to illustrate the steps for making your very own protective sleeve for iPad or Kindle. Keep your ereader from being scratched while in your purse or bag. The sleeve is also padded to help cushion the blow if your iPad is dropped. Not to mention it will make your iPad look great. Make a one of a kind sleeve, give a great gift. Has a loop and button closure. There is also plenty of room in this sleeve for the new Kindle Fire HD 8.9", the largest Kindle Fire HD. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Just your basic straight stitching SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 8 1/2"w x 10 1/2"t for iPad 6 1/2"w x 8 3/4" t for iPad Mini\Kindle.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 - 1 inch button
  • fusible fleece for interfacing
  • fat quarters of 3 different fabrics

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Hi all! My name is Cindy Wright. I am the owner, designer, sewer, gopher, janitor, bookkeeper and everything else for Schoolhouse Patterns. Schoolhouse Patterns is a sewing pattern design company dedicated to creating sewing patterns that make pretty, simple, and useful items. I love to sew and love it best when I make something that fills a need. I’m usually not interested in making things that take days (probably why I don’t quilt more), but like a quick project. I want my patterns to fit that description as well. I am the wife to one fabulous man, mother to four amazing girls, and live in a little town in Indiana. I'm on Facebook, @schoolhousepatterns, Twitter, @shpatterns, Pinterest, @schoolhousepatterns and have a sorely neglected blog, schoolhousepatterns.com.