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Thread: E-Reader Quilted Cover and Bag

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    Junior Member Camille's Avatar
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    E-Reader Quilted Cover and Bag

    I recently made an E-Reader cover for myself. I love, love, love Loralie designs and had this fabric along with the companion fabric. To protect the e-reader, I added plexiglass to the front and back inside each side. I didn't use a pattern. I quilted the fabric first then put it all together. Then after I finished, I needed a bag to carry it in to house all the cords. I can also put my iPod and iPhone in the bag. The first time I ever sewed in a zipper. Not the greatest zipper job, must work on that part more. Then I put some beads together for the zipper pull. I didn't like the seam showing on the inside, so I added binding around the seam. I just throw it in my tote and off to work I go everyday. I load my e-reader with audio books from the library to listen to while I'm quilting or knitting. I have to multitask as there are only 24 hrs. in a day.
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    Bet you had fun working with those fabrics. Love it.

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    Beautiful! Love the fabric! Certainly a conversation piece!
    Helen T.

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    Love it
    Bambi

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    Good Job! The fabric is sew cut

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    it's cute !
    Nancy in western NY

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    Very nicely done!!!! I love that fabric
    Donna

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    Wow! I love both of them. Great job.
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    I love the fabric.

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    I made a cover, but more in the style of a pouch where the Kindle slips in, and stays in with velcro.. I pieced it..
    I love the way yours came out, and the fabric is great.
    Barri

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