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    www.chicaandjo.com
    here's a pic of the one I made
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunflower Girl
    www.chicaandjo.com
    here's a pic of the one I made
    OMGOSH I LOVE IT!!

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    Hi Check at Clotilde I received their catalog today and there is a pattern for it as well as an ipad and notepad all in one pattern

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    thanks everyone am going to download all the patterns

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    They are Great sites I also thank you... :thumbup: :thumbup: :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by dellareya
    This is the pattern I've used for about 5 Kindle covers. I don't always use a Honey Roll. A couple of times I didn't use strips at all. The measurements are good.

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/05/bookkeeper.html
    I've made this one too. It turns out beautiful. I used jelly roll strips I had left over, worked out great. Found they now have fusible velcro, so used that for the fastener.

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    Go to http://www.chicaandjo.com. They have a very Kindle cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    Yep, this is the one I want to make but had trouble finding the right cardboard for it. If I remember correctly, it suggests something more substantial than regular cardboard ... such as that which is used in three ring notebooks. Soooo, I stopped at Goodwill recently and found several used notebooks which I bought and will cut up to make this. I like the way this can "stand up" on it's own so that when I read at lunch, I will be able to see it easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dellareya
    This is the pattern I've used for about 5 Kindle covers. I don't always use a Honey Roll. A couple of times I didn't use strips at all. The measurements are good.

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/05/bookkeeper.html
    I made one like this for my Kindle. I added a couple of pockets on the inside flap to keep my plug and cord in, so they don't get lost

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    Quote Originally Posted by dellareya
    This is the pattern I've used for about 5 Kindle covers. I don't always use a Honey Roll. A couple of times I didn't use strips at all. The measurements are good.

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/05/bookkeeper.html
    I made one like this for my Kindle. I added a couple of pockets on the inside flap to keep my plug and cord in, so they don't get lost

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