Hello! Today we are going to learn how to make a Quilted Ipad Case. These cases are great for protecting our electronic devices from scratches and drops. In addition to bringing a unique touch. I always leave my iPad in the case before putting it in the bag, so it doesn’t scratch with keys. If you still don’t have a case for your tablet, now is the time to have the first one, and even better one made by you.
It can be a great gift option for friends. You can even make a kit of cases, for a tablet, for a notebook, for a cell phone. All electronics are protected and very stylish. It is also a great product to start offering and to start selling, it will have a good acceptance by your audience and it will be a success. Everything done with care and dedication goes far, believe me.
It's an easy product that doesn't require you to have a lot of practice before getting started. I think the hardest part is sewing the zipper, but nothing too complicated. You can explore the combination of prints and textures of fabrics. In the pattern there is the cutting diagram to make the case. Remember to always make the markings on the wrong side of the fabric, so you won't have problems if any scratches don't come out.
Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Sew Can She
If your tablet is bigger or smaller than the one in the pattern, just adjust the measurements so that the entire tablet is protected. Below is the list of materials you will need:
- 1/2 yd main fabric;
- 1/2 yd coordinating fabric;
- 1 yd of cotton quilt batting (such as Warm and Natural);
- 1 zipper, 20” long;
- Fabric marking pen or pencil;
- An acrylic ruler with 45 degree angle markings;
- Quilt basting spray (such as SpraynBond) or curved safety pins;
You can find the complete pattern, step by step, photos and cutting diagram at Sew Can She. And best of all, available for free. We hope you like it and make many cases. Come on, it’s quilting time!