I've spent hours & hours trying to figure out a bag for my Kindle!!
I'm happy to report....
I've found it!
Take a look.....
Take a look.....
Don't look to close at the seam right below the Kindle.
I realized too late that I didn't do it right.
I fixed it on the next one.
I'm going to call it my Kindle Clutch :)
The choices were Kindle Bag, Kindle Purse, Kindle Cozy or Kindle Clutch.
Is there another word for it?
I made both of them using 12 Scallop Squares made from the Big Shot Die Cut Machine & the Scallop Square Die.
Here's a picture....
After I cut the squares I stitched them together.
Then I ironed the seams down.
Here's what it looks like after I stitched all the rows together
and ironed the seams down.
Next.... you'll add the Fusible Fleece.
Here's one I made just cutting a straight piece of fabric instead of using squares.
I like the squares better for a couple reasons.
It allows me to turn the fabric...when you have birds or an object that you don't want upside down, this is important.
Notice the birds & birdcage is upside down :O
With using squares you can turn each piece the way you want it.
And by using squares you have additional seams that give it more character. Scroll back up to the picture with the chocolate and you'll see the chocolate stitching.
One more note about my Kindle Clutch.
I use a pink silicone cover .... it adds additional protection and makes it fit very snug inside my Clutch. Without the silicone cover......you might want to trim off 1/2" to make is snugger.
Here's a picture of my Kindle with the pink silicone protector.
I'm working on the video & the instructions and should have them ready in a few days. The video will be free for anyone to view and the instructions will be available for a small fee.
The video will be posted on my Chic n Scratch Live! website and the instructions will be available on The Chic Stand.