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Thread: Need suggestions for Kindle & cell phone project

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    Senior Member LindaDeeter's Avatar
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    Need suggestions for Kindle & cell phone project

    I'm wanting to make a little patchwork cover for my Kindle ... of course I want it quilted and pretty!

    Also thinking of making a little cell phone pocket since some of my clothes do not have pockets and I need my phone nearby! I'm thinking something cute & quilted ... maybe with a buttonhole, which would attach to my waistband (on which I will sew a button) ....

    Any bright ideas or suggestions? Thanks in advance!

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    Check out Moda's site ... I've seen patterns there that'll help you out! Just have never paid attention to them, as I don't have the need!!
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    Senior Member quiltin chris's Avatar
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    covers for lots of items

    Look at https://clotilde.com. They have e reader covers, laptop covers, reader wrap patterns etc. I have a keyfob pattern that i am thinking about making for my cellphone.

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    Emlibary.com has a really nice ereader instructions under there projects with pdf instructions and all of the different size measurements.Lots of pics also
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    Tipnut.com has a ton of free patterns for Kimdles, etc.

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    I made a cover for my Kobo reader (similar to Kindle) I used a piece of cardboard from a cereal box and cut it to fit the Kobo like a book cover - cover front and back and one side. Then made a slip cover over that with cotton. When closing in the edge that the cardboard slipped in, I attached a tab to fold over to the front and secure with hook and loop tape.
    To hold the Kobo inplace, I made loops of lace for the four corners. The bottom loops attached under the Kobo with a tiny piece of hook and loop tape.
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