So, in preparing for a trip to New York, I knew we’d be taking the boys iPad Minis with us. Since they were going to be going into their backpacks to carry on the plane, I wanted to make sure that they weren’t going to get all scratched up. So, I put together these super cute little iPad covers. As some of you may know, my friend Laura Kelly Walters has an awesome array of different products, including a few different fabric designs and buttons. I just happen to love her Tossed Pirate fabric! It’s so fun and so boy!!! She is such a creative person and I truly admire her! But here is how I made these awesome iPad Mini travel cases!!!
Laura Kelly’s Tossed Pirate on Blue Cotton Fabric, available online at Hancock Fabrics
Black Quilt Material
A metal-less Hair rubberband
Laura Kelly Mix Buttons, from Buttons Galore & More
First, I measured the iPad mini itself and the cut my fabrics (8.5×11 inches). I then pinned the quilted fabric together. And since these are the same on both sides, it doesn’t matter which way you pin them.
Then, I pinned the pockets together and began to sew around the top, leaving about two inches open so that I could turn the pirate fabric right side out and then stuff the quilted fabric into the pirate fabric, creating a quilted pocket!
Hope you like my iPad Mini Travel Covers! They were fun to make and were quite easy! I love them and so do the boys!!
Until next time…….