An eye-catching and fun way to hold your Kindle Fire. This cozy cover also functions as a stand for your Kindle Fire, so you can watch a movie, read, or play games on a tabletop, hands-free. Your Kindle Fire remains functional. There is an opening in the bottom for the charger and headphones to plug in. There are openings in the top for the speakers. The screen cover folds back, you re-attach the Velcro closure inside out, and voila, you have a stand!
This cover is not meant to protect against dropping the Kindle Fire. It just makes it soft and pretty to hold and the stand is greatly useful.
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◊Peltex 71F Ultra firm one-sided fusible, it comes 20 inches wide, you need to buy 3/8 of a yard (13.5 inches)
◊Décor Bond single sided fusible heavy interfacing, 1/4 yard.
◊All one fabric, get 1/2 yard. If you want to use 4 different fabrics like I do, you can use fat quarters or scraps you already have. Cut 4 pieces of fabric total—2 pieces are 15.5” wide by 8.5” tall and 2 pieces are 6.75” wide by 11” tall.
I use quilting cottons. You can use a home décor cotton for the outer cover. If you do, do not add the décor bond interfacing to it. Do not use heavier fabrics for the inside of the case.
◊Velcro—5/8” or 3/4” wide, you need 4” long
◊Picture Framing Mat Board—a 5” by 7” piece.
Kristy'sCraftyCloset - November 22nd, 2012
even tho the pattern is a complicated and requires advanced sewing skills it is extremely well written and easy to follow. thanks so much for this pattern
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