Saturday, March 26, 2011

iPod Sleeve from Sample scraps

My friend works for design firm and they were tossing out sample books of leather and fabric. She of course let me dig through it before it was tossed out. I got so many great little scraps. Perfect for little accents to my projects. 


While digging through the scraps I found two "leather" scraps I loved. So I decided to make myself an iPod case. 

I took one little strip and folded it in half. I stitched it up the sides to form a pocket. Then I took a small strip of a different color and hot glued it to the back and put velcro on the other side. I could have sewed it..... but I'm lazy. :)

8 comments:

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  3. Nice! I need to make one of these for my IPhone. Thanks for the great idea!

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  4. This is a great idea. I think my granddaughter would love to have one. It could be a nice Christmas gift.

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  5. What good is this project with no dimensions? I wanted to make one for a gift.

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  6. Am also a big fan.anywe wos asking how can i lay my hand on those gifts.shout outs from kenya.

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  7. Nice...you've given me an idea for my iPhone. I certainly have no shortage of scraps!

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  8. Going to make one of these using fabric but quilt batting inbetween for protection. These are great ideas and easy-to-do-projects!

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