Is it an iPod cover? a cozy? I call mine a bag...well, -ish. The handle is long enough to hang on my wrist when I'm out walking and I put a pocket on the back under the cover. But I also put a clasp on it, so I can hang my purse onto my purse (or computer bag when I travel). The strap is black grograin ribbon -- it goes well with toile.
Here's the back with the all important pocket. The pocket necessity was because I couldn't find an iPod cover...I mean, purse that I could store my earbuds. Think about it, people! So, now I'm happy.
Being such a girl (and one with more remnants), I made myself another one. In the black chili pepper fabric that was on the inside of the toile version. This time, I used a carabiner ring to close the strap. With the other clasp, the ribbon would occasionally slide through. This is more secure, but takes more time to attach and detach.
The interfacing is a very stiff type. The only thing I didn't like about it is that it gummed up my needle. You have to clean it up every now and again when sewing this.
Originally, I was going to make this out of a paper-backed leather-ette, but wasn't sure how I was going to turn it inside out after sewing. I might still try it and just leave the seams on the outside. That will be #3. #4 will probably be made from a red brocade remnant...if I can find it.
Thanks for looking! I hope you get inspired as I do from these postings.
Cheers!updated Jan 5 with actual pics instead of links to images