I made this IPad cover for a swap. I based it off an owl IPad cover on Etsy. It wasn't as easy as I thought it would be. The first one didn't fit, so I had to make a second one. So now I have one for my Nook. It fits perfectly with a hard cover case on it.
I made a couple purses the last week. I tried a couple different patterns.
The Buttercup bag is darling. However I'm not sure my wallet will fit in it. I screwed the top up too. Not sure if I got the fabric crooked or what. I might have to consider buying the pattern for the bigger size.
Then I tried this purse. The bigger purse was easier to sew just because it was bigger. I started with her pattern and kinda didi my own thing, mostly by accident. I do like to make things my own. I'll make this one again for sure.
I have been very infatuated with all the ereader covers out there. I want them all.
I deceided to make one. I did it based on Teesha Moore pillows. Of course I can't watch videos on my computer because it is so slow. So I did it completly wrong. But I love it anyway. I also forgot to sew the elastic on before I put the front and back together, but the red stiches add character, right? It was a lot of work, but worth it.
I want to make a Nook cover like these. I love them! I want to make one for my mom using old family photos. I know nothing about chip board. What weight would I want to use to protect the Nook? If using the heavier weight do I need to use a saw to cut it? See, clueless. Would I want to use chipboard as a spine? Or just make the board enough overhang? Thanks for suggestions and ideas.
THis is my first post showing off my own stuff. I made a loaded charm bracelet to donate to a Duck's Unlimited banquet for the silent auction. The digital images were made by http://www.etsy.com/shop/liveURpassion using my duck photos and the DU logo. I was very pleased with how it turned out. I hope it does well next weekend.
My daughter and I are making coasters with ceramic tiles and photos from magazines. The paper is so filmsy it is wrinkling up very badly. Every single one of them is doing it no matter how careful we are. So I'm thinking we should intentionally texture the top of them. Any suggestions for texturing them?