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Friday, February 15, 2013

Kindle Cover DIY

My second project for 2013...     A Kindle Cover..   Actually the main focus is the applique work on the front, assignment with Alice Peng sew along group.






The Kindle cover is based on the below tutorial:

I used Fold Over Elastic (FOE) for the 4 corners holding the Kindle and batting rather than inserting cardboard into the cover.  If I were to make it again, I will measure 2.5 inches from the edges for the FOE.  Currently, if I hold it at the bottom right corner, the Kindle will come out from that corner.

Useful tutorial on sewing applique curves:

If you want to make one yourself, here is more ideas:
http://pinterest.com/aniclohas/laptop-kindle-covers-sleeves/

Updated: 17 Feb
I made another one..   This one hold the Kindle well..  :)




Regards,
Anic

7 comments:

MamaDaniel said...

Pretty applique! So creative... :)

Anic said...

Thank you Zila. :)

Rozita said...

ooo love this! Must make one too for my kindle but I want to do it into a pouch/sleeve instead. I just love the front design.

Rozita said...

ooo love this! Must make one too for my kindle but I want to do it into a pouch/sleeve instead. I just love the front design.

Anic said...

Thanks Rozita...

Go for it. :)

Mila@Rimbun said...

Love the applique... I really zoom on the picture... so creative. No wonder its a bit silent here hihi...

Anic said...

Thanks.. Mila. :)

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