I broke down and got an iPad2 for me.. I wasn’t sure I wanted one until I saw all of the great magazines you can get on it now. I have a bit of a “paper clutter” problem and I thought this might cut it down a bit. I also wanted to check out the new apps for sketching to see if it would be a good “idea notebook” and so far so good… (if you are curious I’m using the penultimate app and griffin stylus to sketch).
I got the new swanky cover from apple (thats fold up) but soon realized that I could not be trusted with JUST this cover.. I’m way to clumsy. I needed something padded. Plus I wanted a cover that I could store my stylus, headphones and a few other things in.
If you follow me on facebook- you know that this is not the first case I made! I measured my iPad the first time, made the cover then realized that the iPad would NOT FIT!! So now I am the proud owner of a oversized kindle case or a padded jewelry pouch- whichever you want to think of it as.
So back to the drawing board and I came up with this one.
I added a zipper to the back- so I can stash my stuff in it- It actually works out quite well, as I have been putting my phone in the zip pouch too-
And just a note:
The pattern provided in this tutorial is NOT for commercial use or production. It is for personal use only by home sewers. It is protected under a creative commons copyright 2011.
Sorry to add that- I keep hearing about peoples stuff getting copied online a lot- It starting to worry me- but that’s a whole ‘nother post! If you are a home sewer and wish to make these for sale, just email me to purchase a license to do so.
This will be my last post for Journey month- We’ll take a break for a few days then I’ll announce the theme for April next week!
To start you will need fabric cut in the following sizes: (I used fabric from Tula Pink’s Parisville line)
– 10″ x 12″ for front
– 10″ x 12″ for zippered pocket lining
– 10″ x 12″ for flap lining
– 4″ x 10″ for zipper panel
– 10″ x 10″ for zipper panel
– 2, 4″ x 10″ for front flap and ALSO -1, 6″ x 10″ for front flap (you have 3 pieces total making up the front flap)
– 10″ x 12″ piece of Decor Bond Fusible interfacing
2 pieces of auto liner 1/4″ foam cut to 10″ x 12″ (you can buy this at Hancocks, it’s the stuff they line roofs of cars with)
2 pieces of Minke or Snuggles cut to 10″ x 12″
Misc. ribbons (at least 2 yards)
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