Mod Striped Tablet Case

Sixties retro meets high-tech with this mod-inspired tablet case
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Mod Striped Tablet Case

By Rose Beck


Sixties retro meets high-tech with this mod-inspired tablet case fashioned with strips of brilliantly hued leather. The body of the case is unlined and easy customization means you can quickly make one for each of your various gadgets. Tips for sewing with leather are provided, but faux leather or laminated fabric may also be used.


LEATHER
(Cut sizes are given for a standard iPad;
see Customize Your Case at the end of
the instructions to alter the dimensions
for other tablets.)
Most leather is sold by the skin or by
the piece. Remnants are sometimes
available. Calculate your project
requirements before purchasing.
Instead of leather, faux leather or
laminated fabric may also be used.
— Main color: leather piece, at least 20"
× 11" (shown: coral)
— Contrast A: 4" leather strip at least
20" long (shown: yellow)
— Contrast A: 4" × 11" for flap lining
(shown: yellow)
— Contrast B: 2" leather strip at least
20" long (shown: salmon)


OTHER SUPPLIES
— Template:
— Flap Lining (A)
— Magnetic snap set, ¾"
— Binder clips

— Leather rubber cement (such as
Barge All-Purpose Cement) or
double-sided tape
— Leather machine needle
— All-purpose polyester thread
— If customizing, plate or round object
for marking curve
— Optional: Teflon or walking foot
— Optional: Rotary cutter and mat


FINISHED SIZE
8" × 11", fits standard iPad

SKU: EP9205

Author/Speaker/Editor: Rose Beck

File Type: PDF

Format: Pattern

Details
Originally Published: Stitch, Fall 2013

SKU: EP9205

Author/Speaker/Editor: Rose Beck

File Type: PDF

Format: Pattern