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Make a Custom Kindle Cover

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Make a custom Kindle cover so you can read on the go without worrying about scratching your precious eReader. Use this kindle cover sewing pattern and you'll have your very own kindle cover.

Make a Custom Kindle Cover
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine

Intermediate

Notes

For more electronics cases, check out 37 Gadget Cases and Kindle Cover Sewing Patterns.

 

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Ratings & Comments (6)

Jan 12, 2013

I made this last night for my nook hd, just make your measurements for the kindle fire and increase the chip board to 8" everything else is perfect. You can also get heavy duty chipboard at Micheals

 

Jan 3, 2013

Wow! Great idea. Hardest part was cutting the chipboard. Went together very easily. Looking forward to making some more - I'll have a whole wardrobe of Kindle covers!

 

6 Ratings

Oct 14, 2011

Made this for myself, and it turned out great! I used the stretchy headbands instead of elastic, and it looks really nice. I've had a lot of compliments on it, and may be making some oof these for Christmas! Thanks

 

Apr 18, 2011

My grandson and I made this cover together and it turned out great. He loved it. We are making another one with some MSU fabric that we found. Now I wish that I hadn't thrown away all of those old binders so I would have a good supply of the board material.

 

Dec 23, 2010

I made this in one evening for my daughter for Christmas. I used colored stretchable headbands (6 for $2.88 @ Walmart) for my elastic. One headband cut in half made 2 support bands for the ereader. One was used on the outside for the flap and the other I put on the inside near the top of the ereader for extra "just in case" support. It turned out really nice. I embroidered a design and her name on the outside of the cover. Great project - thanks

 

Dec 7, 2010

I like this cover for the kindle & would like to see a pattern for a similar one for an I-pad.

 

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