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E-Reader Cover 2

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Author Pink Poodle Bows
Price $6.00
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by Voelker, Kathryn
on August 8th, 2012

“This is an excellent purchase. The instructions are illustrated, straightforward, and easy to follow. The final product looks great! You may wish to increase the size of the cuts if you want this to accommodate an e-reader in a hard case.”

E-Reader Cover #2

THIS IS A QUICK PROJECT!

Make a padded e-reader cover for your iPad, Kindle or Nook! Perfect for a beginner. This cover has two pockets and options of adding velcro, ribbon...or both! Fun, cute, and functional! ONLY TWO FAT QUARTERS FOR KINDLE AND NOOK PRODUCTS!


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,
Nook Color, Nook Tablet, Nook touch

****Other ideas for use: The iPad size is great for putting a wipe cover in one side and diapers in the other for quick trips to the store. You can hold your favorite books inside, receipts, coupons, etc.

Copyright

All designs are created by Pink Poodle Bows. You are more than welcome to sell the finished product in small quantities. No mass production on a large scale. Duplicating or distributing any part of this pattern is prohibited. Please give Pink Poodle Bows credit for the design.

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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, scissors, pins, iron
-(option) ribbon
-(option) Velcro

by Voelker, Kathryn
on August 8th, 2012

This is an excellent purchase. The instructions are illustrated, straightforward, and easy to follow. The final product looks great! You may wish to increase the size of the cuts if you want this to accommodate an e-reader in a hard case.

by White, Dana
on January 24th, 2012

I have a Nook Color and Kindle Fire.. I love these covers.. so easy to make and a very cute cover...

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