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Convertible Wristlet Case for a Gaming Device

Format PDF (Download Only)
Author JeniLuScraps
Price $6.95
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by Bibb, Adrienne
on January 20th, 2014

“great pattern!!”

It's a "Nintendo DS" case you can carry two ways! This case has a strap that can go around your wrist or you can attach it with the swivel clip/split ring to a belt loop, purse strap or backpack. It comes with a total of 8 game/memory card pockets, 5 under the front flap and 3 inside, plus a little pocket inside for the stylus. For all the extras, there are 2 zipper pockets ~ one inside on the flap and one in the back. For extra protection, the outer fabric is interfaced with fusible fleece, and the case has a stiff Pellon Peltex 70 stabilizer between the outer fabric and the lining. It stays closed with a Velcro closure under the flap.

This also makes a great camera case. You could even leave out the game and stylus pockets for the perfect little purse! It’s like getting a bonus pattern!

This 19-page ebook tutorial has step-by-step instructions and 65 photos that will walk you through the project.

Materials needed:

-Main fabric ¼ yd
-Lining fabric ¼ yd
-Fusible fleece interfacing ¼ yd
-PELLON Peltex 70 ¼ yd
-Velcro (½” wide) 1½”
-2 zippers ( minimum 6”)
-1 - 1½” Swivel clip
-1 - 1” Split ring

Finished dimensions: 6” wide; 4” high; 1¾” deep; Strap - 6”

** This pattern was created specifically for the "Nintendo DS".

Pages: 19 Photos: 65 color


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by Keen, Narelle
on April 19th, 2016


by Bibb, Adrienne
on January 20th, 2014

great pattern!!

by Dixon, Gina
on October 7th, 2013

Great pattern!

by J. Russell
on January 8th, 2013

Great pattern

by Willett, Linda
on May 16th, 2012

Easy to make - my grandson loves his!

by Corneille, Allison
on April 25th, 2012

my kids loved these!

by Mason, Roberta
on March 8th, 2012

My kids love these!

by Renee M.
on January 5th, 2012

Good pattern even for a beginner. Would be a big seller at craft shows.

by Jennifer Bauman
on August 1st, 2001

This was a great pattern! It seems a bit overwhelming at first but goes together easily with the instructions. This will be my go to project for upcoming gifts and donations for school auctions this year.

by Carolyn Cross
on August 1st, 2001

This is a Great pattern!!!! The instructions are clear and takes you step by step through the process. Even a beginner could make it! I made 2 so far for Birthday gifts for my grandcheldren and now the other grands are looking forward to their Birthday to come up so they can have their own...The only thing I added was I personalized it with their name with my embroidery machine. This is going to be the "GO TO" pattern!

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