Back in March I signed up for a Kindle Case swap on Swap-Bot. The point was to make a Kindle cover for your partner, or in my case, an Ipad case as that was what my partner had. I looked at many, many cute cases (both with tutorials and without) online, but I just wasn’t sure which one my partner would like. Since most of the swappers loved the one listed as an example on the swap’s page, I decided to go with that. The example case was a patchwork version from the Sometimes Crafter, found here.
Because my partner needed a case for her Ipad, which is a bit bigger than a Kindle, I had to make a few adjustments for it to fit. And because I never follow any craft instructions exactly, I also made some other changes. =0) I chose to use quilted fabric strips (by color) rather than squares, and I added Velcro closures – though I sewed on some matching buttons on top just for extra cuteness. I also lined the inside with a soft material to keep the Ipad extra safe from bumps and scratches.
I loved how it turned out. It can be hard to part with things you make, but since it was a swap I also got a similar Kindle case in return.