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37 Gadget Cases and Kindle Cover Sewing Patterns

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Protect your Kindle, iPod, cell phone, laptop, iPad, or other gadgets in style with these free sewing projects. Use a kindle cover sewing pattern, make a custom computer case, or design your own iPad covers!

37 Gadget Cases and Kindle Cover Sewing Patterns

37 Gadget Cases and Kindle Cover Sewing Patterns

Table of Contents

Kindle Cover Sewing Patterns
Laptop Bags
Cell Phone Holders
iPod Protection
iPad Cases

 

Kindle Cover Sewing Patterns

 Kindle Cover Sewing Pattern

If your loved one already owns a Kindle, they'll need a Kindle cover! Use a Kindle cover sewing pattern to make a special homemade gift for the avid bookworm in your life. You can embellish it with ribbons and bows, make a Kindle cover that will stand up on its own, or personalize it in another way. When you're using a Kindle cover sewing pattern, the choice is yours!

  1. Kindle Keeper
  2. Ruffled Kindle Case
  3. Make a Custom Kindle Cover
  4. Nook Color Zip Pouch
  5. E-Reader Cover
  6. Rainbow Scraps E-Reader Sleeve

 

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Laptop Bags

 Zippered Laptop Sleeve

Laptops also need to be protected from scratches and other maladies. Use our free, easy sewing patterns to make cool computer cases for yourself or to give as gifts. Making personalized laptop sleeves guarantees that your computer will fit perfectly in its custom computer case.

  1. Zippered Laptop Sleeve
  2. Laptop Sleeve and Sash
  3. Simple Laptop Sleeve
  4. Quilted Lining Laptop Sleeve
  5. Colorful Laptop Sleeve
  6. Cloth Laptop Case
  7. Leather Laptop Case
  8. Stylishly Sturdy DIY Laptop Case

 

Cell Phone Holders

 Felt Cell Phone Case

Here are some easy sewing patterns for cell phone cases and pouches, a chic way to transport your cell phone around town. You'll never forget where you put your phone when you keep it in a stylish, homemade case. Try one of these beginner sewing projects--you're guaranteed to find one that suits your style.

  1. Felt Cell Phone Case
  2. Denim Gadget Case
  3. Phone Cardigan
  4. Electronics Cozy
  5. Quilted Cell Phone Pouch
  6. Eiffel Tower Smart Phone Cover


iPod Protection

Arm Band iPod Pouch

What's cooler than an iPod or other mp3 player? A stylish case to keep it in! You can make a case for your music player using an old tie from your dad's stash, or even make an arm band pouch to hold your iPod while you're working out. Use fabrics you love and your iPod can look chic while being protected from breaking.

  1. Arm Band Pouch
  2. Dad's Tie to Gadget Case
  3. iPod Sleeve from Sample Scraps
  4. iPod or Gadget Cozy
  5. In the Loop iCozy Tutorial
  6. iPod or iPhone Case Stand
  7. iPod Keychain Case Tutorial
  8. DIY Ipod Armband Case

 

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iPad Cases

 

 iPad Case

If you use an iPad instead of a Kindle, you won't need a Kindle cover sewing pattern. Instead, try these iPad covers for ease of transportation. You'll never be disconnected from the world when you can transport your iPad without worrying about dropping your beloved technology. Tote it in style with one of these free, easy sewing patterns.

  1. iPad Case
  2. iPad Slip Cover with Wrap Around Pocket
  3. iPad Sleeve Three Ways
  4. Padded iPad Sleeve
  5. iPad Cross Body Sleeve for Dad
  6. Padded iPad Case
  7. Scrappy Felt iPad Cover
  8. Glitz and Glam iPad Sleeve
  9. Buttoned Tablet Cover

 

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I use a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5" tablet. SOOOOO much nicer than an ipad!!! I need a LARGE case, with handles or a shoulder strap! I only gave these things one star because they are for istuff only.

I use a Microsoft Surface..does anyone have a cover pattern for that?

Excellent, I love this... Thank u very much :)

I like the designs, perfect for gifts. What are the materials need to use for this? I need to make case like this to theme with the kindle case I bought from http://www.kekacase.com/design-your-own/custom-case-for-the-kindle.html.

Can't find seatbelt sleeves?

free patterns? maybe! but why then can't I print them?? You are very misleading and taking very, very long to download them uwually things download faster than that for me. I question the idea of free patterns. Maybe the name should be slow as mollass patterns. bev

ebmevay 1690894, Your issue with downloading the patterns is either with the host server or your internet provider, not with AllFreeSewing.com. AllFreeSewing merely provides the links, they do not host the actual patterns. As to printing the patterns, yes, you can. Again, the amount of effort required to do that is not an issue with AllFreeSewing.com, but is with the original pattern designer. When the designer does not provide a print friendly page or a PDF (and many do not provide either of these) then the best way to print the patterns is to copy pictures and text and paste them into your word processor. Once the information is in your word processor, you can format the pages to suit you and print them as desired.

@synlou61 6416656, We just tested the Kindle links and the first and third ones seem to be working fine on our end. It looks like we did have to take down the link for the Kindle Cover Sewing Pattern, however, as the original designer moved/removed it from it's original website. We apologize for any inconvenience, --editors of AllFreeSewing

i clicked on each link for the kindle cover, keeper , etc, and not one of the links went to the pattern, it only brought the catagory lists back up again, i want to be able to get to what i am interested in not have the list continually reload over and over again which doesnt give the pattern i signed up for the newsletter to get. cynthia corsiglia

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