Most people have some sort of electronic tablet so I decided to make a few tech covers for friends and family this year.
I found lots of ideas on Pinterest and YouTube to get me started…. Each tech cover has a pocket either on the front or the back. A couple of them fasten with elastic and button and two with a tab, button and Velcro.
This tech cover is for an old Samsung Galaxy note used by a 4 year old
My step daughter and her mother in law both have the IPad Air:
I used scraps from my stash to make them coffee koozies 🙂
My girlfriend has the Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet:
My daughter also has the Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet, she keeps hers in a case so I made the cover larger.
Last but not least I made one for me 🙂 I have the IPad Pro. I did QAYG strip piecing for the front.
The tech covers were the last gift items that needed to be mailed to arrive by Christmas.
Making the tech sleeves isn’t difficult — if you’ve made a tote bag these are very similar. It is very important that you measure the device accurately. I used Pellon’s Thermolam Plus fusible fleece and woven fusible interfacing in each cover. I am so pleased with the results.
Please feel free to ask me any questions if you decide to make one yourself!
Linking to Linky Tuesday at Freemotion by the River.