eReader Cover Pattern in PDF format.
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NOTE: This is a PDF pattern, not a finished cover.
*How adorable will your eReader look wrapped in this charming cover. You’ll find yet another reason to enjoy sitting down for a good read.
*Enjoy creating a cover for your Kindle Fire, Nook, Kobo, Ipad, or any other eReader. This 5 page PDF pattern includes step by step, easy to follow instructions with plenty of pictures.
*Great for a beginner or experienced sewer. (I am convo friendly if you have any questions along the way).
*Soft and sturdy, the inside has multiple layers to provide protection and stability. There is one layer of soft batting and one layer of heavy weight Peltex interfacing. The cover is flexible to fold backward while reading but stiff enough to keep it’s shape. Clear elastic holds the eReader securely in place.
*Learn a new technique!
Learn my special trick for closing the seams with only one decorative area of top stitching rather than stitching all the way around the cover over bulky seams.
*Outside Fabric (Cover): 1/3 yard or fat quarter
*Inside Fabric (Contrast): 1/3 yard or fat quarter
*Fusible Interfacing (Mid to heavy weight such as Décor Bond).
*Button for Closure
*Ribbon for Closure
**Walking foot – Helpful but optional
**Topstitch needle – Helpful but optional
**Liquid Stitch (Optional)
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Pattern is designed for a Kindle fire but alternate cutting instructions are given to create a cover for any eReader.
Finished items from this pattern may be sold when giving credit to Binski’s Studio in any written descriptions and a link to the pattern when possible. Information regarding returns can be found under policies.