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Ereader Cover Sewing Patterns
iPad Mini cover/case sewing patterns, available from Pink Poodle Bows in a downloadable PDF sewing pattern that you can print at home, just in time for Christmas.
Sewing pattern includes: Apple iPad 1, 2, New iPad and iPad Mini; Amazon Kindle, Kindle Fire, as well as many more Ereader devices.In addition to the iPad Mini cover pattern, this downloadable e-book also includes the pattern pieces and instructions needed to make covers for all iPad models (original iPad, iPad 2 & new iPad), as well as all Kindle models (Kindle Fire, Original Kindle & Kindle HD). When designing this pattern I kept the beginning seamstress in mind, using easy to understand step-by-step instructions along with many detailed photos. Click on this link to learn more about our new iPad Mini Cover PDF Sewing Pattern e-book
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|Kindle Fire E-Reader Cover PDF Sewing Pattern|
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These are some silly new characters on Nickelodeon that my daughters asked me to make dolls of for them. This project probably cost less than $5 in felt to make and I was able to make both of them a Robot and Monster doll each.
I started by drawing some patterns on my computer, but then I decided to wing the rest of them because they were not coming out the way I wanted them to.
After all their parts were cut out, I used fabric tac to glue them to the body, sewed the sides and stuffed them. I love felt, it's so easy to work with!
Free Tutorial, Pirate Corset Belt
Easy Sewing Project
To make the corset belt I measured my daughter's waist, which was 20". I decided to cut it 4" shorter to leave some space for the ribbon to be tied across her waist, therefore I cut the belt fabric 16" wide by 4" in length (x2 pieces). To make the ruffle, I used a 3" x 60" piece of red fabric and to make the loops I used four pieces of ½" wide ribbon cut about 3" long. The satin ribbon pictured above is what I used to thread through and tie the belt together.
Want to win free sewing patterns and more? Check out the giveaway at Create Kids Couture this week! It ends midnight August 19th.
Here is the link to the giveaway
Isn't this dress so beautiful! A customer sent me this photo of her knot dress that she made using our Ava Knot Dress PDF sewing pattern and I just had to share! I love the coordinating fabrics and the ribbon and lace! She has a shop on Etsy as well at www.etsy.com/shop/aidille and her own website at www.aidille.com if you want to check out her other beautiful creations!
I love three day weekends! I finally had a chance to catch up on some sewing projects that I have been wanting to work on! I made my friend's daughter a dress for her upcoming birthday and I loved it so much that I am going to make my girls some just like it! I think this would be a fun dress to wear to a visit to the zoo!
I wanted to create a reverse knot dress that was different from the rest...so this is what I came up with, The Olivia Reverse Knot Dress! It has a criss cross bodice so that you can add a lot of different fabric combos for that unique boutique look. I built the straps into the front bodice pattern so that it is a quick sew and the straps are long enough to tie into a bow in the back. The bodice can even be a great space for appliqués or for adding a fabric flower. I am planning on making my youngest daughters birthday dress out of this pattern so I'll post a pick when I complete it! Here are some examples from some of my wonderful pattern testers!
I've got one more e-reader cover sewing pattern for you and this one takes only two fat quarters of fabric for Kindle and Nook products! This one is super quick, easy and super cute! With two closure options of velcro or ribbon...or both, this is a project you can do in under an hour! I love this one the best for it's simplicity and functionality!
Can't decide? Why not get all three! I'm offering a bundle package in my Etsy shop for all three e-reader covers for $12. These are great gifts as well and the iPad version in the e-reader #2 and sleeve patterns are large enough to carry a wipe case and diapers for those quick runs to the store!
Something fun and new! My latest sewing patterns are padded e-reader covers! This is a fun way to personalize your cover for your e-reader: Kindle, iPad, Nook and protect it as well! I made two options: an e-reader cover and an e-reader sleeve. Both have two closure options and the cover has two pocket options. These would make a great gift as well!