You will need:
- Fabric of your choice (I used Home décor fabric)
- Cutting Mat, Rotary Cutter, Scissor, and Sewing Machine
- Your tablet's measurements (don't forget to add seam allowance to all your measurements)
This are the measurements for my tablet:
(I added 1/2" for seam allowance to all my measurements)
- Tablet: 10.81" x 6.81" (I rounded it off to the nearest inch, 11" x 7")
- Outer Fabric: 12" x 15"
- Lining: 12" x 8" (x2)
- Corners: 3" x 3" (x4)
- Flap: 8" x 5"
- Interfacing (outer and lining): 14.5" x 11.5" (x2)
- Interfacing (for flap): 3" x 4.5"
For my corners, I took my 3" x 3" squares and folded them in half, sewing along the bottom to make triangles.
Next, I got my lining (12" x 8")and placed two triangles at two of the corners. Then took my other piece of fabric and placed it over top, facing each other. Pin then sew.
Open and press. Place the interfacing on the back and press.
Grab your other two triangles and put them in place, and sew a quarter of an inch to secure them in place.
For the flap, I fold my 8" x 5" piece of fabric, unfold, slip in the interfacing then press. Then, place and sew your strip of Velcro (I forgot the photo).
Once you've place your Velcro, fold it inside out and sew as shown, press then top stitch.
Find the middle, between your corners, and place your flap. Pin and sew to secure.
Take your outer fabric (12" x 15"), place down your interfacing, press, then place your Velcro on the outside.
Note: if you want to add some decorations, now is the best time to do it.
Now, grab your two rectangles; outer and lining, face them together. Make sure that the flap and Velcro are on OPPOSITE sides.
Sew around, leave an opening to flip it right side out afterwards and cut your corners (make sure not to cut your seams)
Once flipped right side out, press and stitch the opening closed.