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It's the easiest DIY iPad cover ever! Easy, fun, quick AND functional? Oh yeah! Not enough time to sew? This is the case for you--it's such a quick project and the outcome is so impressive, you'll want one for each season! No experience with machine quilting? No worries! This small project is great practice for you, or you can skip that step all together--it's more decorative than functional, so the choice is entirely up to you!
This listing is for an ELECTRONIC PDF FILE. The PDF sewing pattern contains the tutorial and sewing intructions to make this iPad case/sleeve. Complete step-by-step, easy-to-read instructions with color photos are included.
Finished cover holds tablet up to size 9.5" x 7.75"
I, too, found the pattern to be well-written. There are always a few details that one has to discover on her own, but the instructions and the detailed pictures were clear. On my next one, I will also add a little width because the case was snug, probably due to my inaccuracies. I suspect adding interfacing shrunk the fabric so interfacing should be ironed-on before cutting. I re commend this pattern as simple, inexpensive protection for the iPad.
This is an excellent purchase. The instructions are illustrated, straightforward, and easy to follow. The final product looks great! The ONLY thing I did differently was to increase the width of the cut fabric and batting to 12 inches in order to accommodate an iPad in a hard case. This was strictly a personal preference. I made two cases and on the second one I sewed straps on the back to create a cross-body bag.
2 fat quarters of coordinating fabric (18" x 22")
or 1/2 yard fabric total
batting, thread, velcro, rotary cutter and mat.
2012 By Sherri Noel
For home sewing - do not distribute or copy this pattern.
You may sell items made with this pattern, with pattern credit given to RebeccaMaeDesigns.