Just popping in to share some new e-Reader sleeves I made yesterday, with the tutorial I wrote over at Craft Buds. These are custom orders, and I'm loving the fabrics my friend picked out! The smaller size pictured fits an iPad, and the larger size fits a manilla file folder, or perhaps a laptop.
I quilted the smaller cover with wavy lines (both exterior and interior) and the larger zipper pouch has straight line quilting, which echoes the simple patchwork front. The fabrics are from Lotta Jansdotter (Echo and Bella) and Amy Butler (the yellow print is from Lark).
Check out the free e-Reader sleeve sewing pattern if you'd like to make your own!
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