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Thread: Kindle Keeper for a friend....

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    Junior Member sewloved's Avatar
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    I started with the Moda pattern and then fit it to my needs. This is a REALLY easy project. I was able to finish it from beginning to end in one day. I have two small children, I never finished anything in one day. Not even a sandwich! :wink:

    I might make a few more for my Kindle/Nook/iPad friends.
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    Wow, I love it! And the fabric.

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    And maybe next time I won't zoom in so closely with the camera. OH MY! You can see each problem. LOL!

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    It's awesome!!!

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    Super cute!!

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    If I had a Kindle I would demand you send it to me hahaha
    BEATLES 4EVER!!!!!!!!!!
    It's fabulous!! :D

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    Nice work........love the colours!

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    great job, thanks for sharing

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    I don't have a kindle but I want it. I love, love, love the Beatles!!!

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    Very cute!

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    Cute. Did you follow a pattern?

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    I started with this pattern:

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/05/bookkeeper.html

    The pattern is for the older generation Kindle and that Kindle is a bit bigger than the newer one. So, I shrank the pattern size. And I was a bit confused at the exact steps that the pattern took to construct the keeper. I am horrible at patterns with no pictures. LOL! I decided to just put it together how I wanted to.

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    Thank you. I have the older Kindle and my mom has the newer one. I am excited about making covers for them.

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    Nice! BTW I used the 'flower power' fabric for the bright in my black/white/bright swap blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewloved
    And maybe next time I won't zoom in so closely with the camera. OH MY! You can see each problem. LOL!
    It's gorgeous! There are no problems, you did a great job.

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    very nice and cheerful

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    Bright Fun Fabric! Great Job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewloved
    And maybe next time I won't zoom in so closely with the camera. OH MY! You can see each problem. LOL!
    Ok, so I had to go back and look, and I didn't see any problems. Keep taking closeups and call the little imperfections you see "signature touches".

    "All you need is love"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewloved
    And maybe next time I won't zoom in so closely with the camera. OH MY! You can see each problem. LOL!
    The only "problem" I can see is that it isn't mine! LOL!

    You did a fantastic job and the fabrics are perfect!

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    You may be able to see the problem, but I can't! :?

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