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Thread: my daughter made this case /cover for me

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    my daughter made this case /cover for me

    I got a 5 inch Samsung Galaxy and needed a way to protect it while carrying it around.My daughter was kind enough to make me a cover while I watched so I can make the next one myself without all the trial and error steps.An I pod is just too small for me and this is just enough bigger to use easier yet hold in one hand.
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    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    Great case -- I am planning to make a case for my Kindle. I have a hard one with a light but it is getting scratched -- and I would like to be able to carry the charger in it too. I am still thinking through how I want to do the pouch for the charger since it will stick out on top.
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    Pretty case!
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    NICE!!! No serious bulk added but it's protected.
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    I made a case for my kindle. I didn't make it like a book, more like a case that it slides into, and put velcro at the top to closeit.. It works great.

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    Beautiful case!

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    You gotta just love that batik she used. What a sweetie to make it for you and give a "class" at the same time. Priceless quality time together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGarnet222 View Post
    You gotta just love that batik she used. What a sweetie to make it for you and give a "class" at the same time. Priceless quality time together.
    lol-I took my own fabric over and said help please
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    very nice cover..

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    Now that might be the best lesson for me....don't really give 'em a chance! The case is very pretty. I need one for my kindle but haven't even considered moving on that project.

    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33 View Post
    lol-I took my own fabric over and said help please

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    Been wanting to make one too! I like her design AND your fabric.
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    Really nice cover! and nice daughter too! Can I borrow her?

    Someone mentioned a charger. How about a small messenger bag? There's several tutes on line just google messenger bag instructions and you should get several. It should be easy to cut down on. I made a messenger bag for a laptop which would be too big for what you want. I made the strap long enough that my son can easily slip it over his head and carry it. Also lined it in dragon fabric which he loves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlienQuilter View Post
    Really nice cover! and nice daughter too! Can I borrow her?

    Someone mentioned a charger. How about a small messenger bag? There's several tutes on line just google messenger bag instructions and you should get several. It should be easy to cut down on. I made a messenger bag for a laptop which would be too big for what you want. I made the strap long enough that my son can easily slip it over his head and carry it. Also lined it in dragon fabric which he loves.
    lol-yes you can borrow her-she is great.Her 5 yr old son has an Innotab and she made a quilted padded bag for him out of truck type fabric and it has a pouch for the battery charger also.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    WOW, your Daughter is as talented as you are. She did a wonderful job on it.
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    It looks great! I have the same phone. Will you make me one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammin' Jane View Post
    It looks great! I have the same phone. Will you make me one?
    do you really want one,this weekend I can have her help me-since I forgot already.she can show me again,lol
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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