Use Pretty Fabric for a Protective Tablet Case

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This Makes a Great Gift, Too!

Sturdy and attractive cases in two sizes are perfect for tablets. The cases close firmly with velcro and each has a zippered pocket on the back for cords and such.





They also make lovely clutch purses and look great in any color combination. Make one for yourself and another to give for a thoughtful gift.

iCases Sewing Pattern

Each case starts with three pieces of fabric. Annie’s Soft and Stable and Pellon Shape-Flex fusible interfacing provide structure and protection for the tablet or other contents.

In the following video, designer Annie Unrein demonstrates how the cases are made.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

The pattern includes instructions for the following sizes:

  • Small – 6.25″ x 9.75″
  • Large – 8.25″ x 11.75″

Click here to purchase the “iCases Sewing Pattern.”

 

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