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E-Reader Cover

By: Blissful Sewing
Updated August 30, 2021
E-Reader Cover
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Covers for electronic reading devices can be expensive. Follow this free, easy sewing pattern to make the E-Reader Cover and customize your device. Beginner sewing projects like this let you put your own, special touch on your E-Reader. Don't settle for a plain, boring cover from the store. You can make this budget-friendly cover at a low cost. This pattern is also great if you're interested in sewing homemade gifts. Give a friend or loved one a Cover for E-Reader so they can individualize their Kindles.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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Easy

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My e-reader cover is certainly showing some wear. I will have to sew this padded fabric cover as the tutorial to make one comes along just in time. Made with just yard of fabric, some batting or stiff felt, and notions, the instructions are simple to follow. The addition of an inner pocket and Velcro strap made this cover very functional. Great gift idea too.

This pattern was a perfect find at the perfect time. We purchased a Kindle Paperwhite for our granddaughter for her birthday, and I did not want to purchase an expensive cover. Plus I wanted to personalize it with her favorite theme. I used peacock feather fabric, and it turned out great! This pattern has good instructions, photos help a lot. For the Paperwhite I used the Touch dimensions. I used a heavyweight Timtex like interfacing, and made sure to trim away excess from all seam allowances. I did use batting to add protection for the device. The only thing that the cutting chart did not say was "cut two" of the main body and the pocket, but anyone could figure that out right away. I also used a bodkin to turn corners, rather than my scissors. Thanks SO MUCH for this pattern and making it available FREE! I will make more as gifts and personalize them in lots of ways.

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