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E-Reader Cover

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Author Pink Poodle Bows
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E-Reader Cover PDF sewing pattern

Make a padded e-reader cover for your iPad, Kindle or Nook! I give you two pocket options in this pattern: option 1 has the two pockets and option 2 has a large pocket with a flap. I also give you two closure options!

You will receive step by step instructions with many color photos, along with a cuts/measurements chart if you are comfortable using a rotary cutter and mat to cut out your fabric, and ALL PATTERN PIECES ARE INCLUDED for those who are more comfortable using a pattern. No special paper required, just print from your home computer!

E-Reader Patterns included are for:
iPad 1 & 2
Kindle Fire, Kindle Keyboard, Kindle Keyboard 3G, Kindle Original, Kindle 2,3, 4, Kindle Touch, Kindle Touch 3G, Kindle DX
Nook Color, Nook Tablet, Nook touch


by Kefauver, Lydia
on March 18th, 2013

I guess I am different than the previous reviewers ... I had zero issues with the pattern, the directions ... completely easy to understand, walks through each step carefully ... turns out great! I made these for Christmas Gifts '12 and have so many people now wanting me to make these for them for their birthday & any other reason they can come up with.

by scollay, elizabeth
on October 2nd, 2012

Never actually used the pattern but used the idea as the UK sizes are different from yours.

by Jen
on September 8th, 2012

This pattern was pretty easy to follow and I like how it can be used for many different e-books. I used this to make a cover for the original Kindle. My only complaint was that the corner tabs that hold the Kindle in place actually cover some of the buttons on the Kindle's top and right side. (I searched and searched and wasn't able to find an e-book cover pattern where this wasn't the case.) I knew this going in, so I made the two top fabric tabs slightly smaller so this wouldn't be an issue. I also put in some extra top-stitching along the center spine to make a tighter fit. Looks great!

by Sole
on August 5th, 2012

I loved doing this, it was a bit time consuming but all the instructions are clear and probably the next one will be much easier and quick!

by Smith, Jodie
on July 20th, 2012

I absolutely love this pattern. So quick and easy to make with a fantastic end result.

by Kliewe, Kristin
on May 13th, 2012

A really good pattern. But it took me a moment to fully get it as I am still a beginner. But once I got it, it was a piece of cake ;)
I love the different options for pockets and closure!

by thornbrugh, christy
on March 20th, 2012

took a bit but i got it its a really good pattern

by Combs, Ginger
on March 17th, 2012

A little complicated, but after I finished the first one, it was much easier for the next and the next.

 

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Materials Needed: (exact amounts given in tutorial)
-Light to medium weight cotton fabric
-lightweight fusible interfacing
-fusible fleece
-sewing machine, thread, needle, scissors, pins, iron
- button
-(option) elastic cord/rubber band (or fabric loop: measurement given in tutorial)
-(option) Velcro: if you make the pocket option #2 with the flap, instructions are given for adding hook and loop tape (velcro) so that it can close.

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