If you’re one of the lucky millions of people who opened a Kindle Fire on Christmas morning, then this post is for you!
I used an old thrifted dress and some fabric my daughter chose from JoAnn Fabrics.
Cut a 10in. x 15 in. piece of fabric for your lining.
Cut a 10 in. x 15 in. piece of iron on interfacing and outside fabric.
Next, iron the interfacing onto one of the fabrics.
Place the pieces right sides together.
I used a plastic lid to trace a curved edge. Then cut the curve from all three pieces.
Next, sew around all edges, leaving a 3 or 4 inch opening to pull it right side out.
Pull it right side out through the opening.
Iron all the edges.
Topstitch around all the edges.
Fold up the bottom edge to meet the top edge and topstitch down each edge.
Cut an inch long piece of some type of Velcro fastener sew on tape.
Sew it to the flap and the front of the cover so it will match. I should have done this step BEFORE I sewed up the sides. (My renegade sewing self is shining through here.)
Choose a button or a pin for the front and………
Wah-Lah, you’ve got a Kindle Cover! I hope Katie likes it!