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Thread: ♥ Kindle Case Tutorial

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    You are the best for digging up interesting craft sites for us. Thanks for this one. Probably will come in handy as I thinking about ordering a pattern for this very thing from Clotilde's catalog.
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    Thank you!

    Thanks so much craftybear for adding my tutorial on here! Also, thanks to anyone that visited my site, I hope you liked it and if you have any suggestions for it, let me know!

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    Kindle Cover

    Some of the Kindles come with covers but others may not. If you do not have a cover for your Kindle you may want to invest in one. The latest generation Kindle covers run from $40 to $150 depending on the style that you choose and can easily be purchased online at many retailers including the online auction sites that are in abundance. If you are looking for a Kindle cover you can easily find one at a discount on the internet. Be sure that you have all of the product information before purchasing from an online store. You should know the return policy and make sure that the cover will fit your Kindle Cover

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    ​Really nice case tutorial. I think I would use Velcro instead of the magnetic closure though. Do you still have to be careful about magnets around electronics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    ​Really nice case tutorial. I think I would use Velcro instead of the magnetic closure though. Do you still have to be careful about magnets around electronics?
    I actually looked into this before I made mine. Consensus was that it shouldn't be an issue, but I also have an older version of the Kindle so that might be different. Here is a forum from amazon, but I don't see that someone from amazon actually answered. (http://www.amazon.com/forum/kindle/T...Fx1D7SY3BVSESG)

    With all of that said, velcro would work just fine as well.

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    Kindle Cover With Light

    Kindle users would definitely start the search for the right leather cover to go with their electronic reading gadget after purchasing one, even if only for the sole reason of completing its look.

    A good cover is one that is more than just protecting your Kindle against wear & tear. What about one that allows you to read without distracting your partner late into the evening? And that is just one of the many reasons why you should consider the all new Kindle Cover with light.

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    thanks for the tutorial. it looks easy!!

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    Thank you for this! Love the fact that your instructions include a formula to customize for whatever size case might be needed. Brilliant!
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