Attach your bauble — I slip on a circle shell bead, but you can sew a button on the end, or leave it bare, or whatever you can think of. Interestingly though, my sample template generated by Createspace came out to a spine width of. It is not that stable and if I need to shut down in a hurry, I have to clamshell it together again. Ordinary craft glue may not secure the elastic well. Stich the bottom hem on both sides. I discovered that jumbo stretchy book covers fit nicely on the back of the chairs and the whiteboard slid perfectly into the pocket.
To create this article, volunteer authors worked to edit and improve it over time. Start by measuring your fabric to fit a notebook or book. Ereaders, like the Nook and Kindle, have revolutionized the gentle art of reading, sure. The velcro really sticks to the felt and if you have to move the tablet, there will be a fuzzy mess. If photos are taken and used on another site, a crediting link back to www. Learn how to make one in this step-by-step tutorial.
Then I made another copy, put it behind the spine layer, and shifted it all the way over to the other side. They take just minutes to make. Tape together coloring book pages or drawings made by the kids until you have a large enough piece to cover the book. So now I can set up a new Word document, with custom page size of 9. An easy sew project to complete in about an hour. Recently brought a third gen kindle second hand just waiting for it in the post now, as I have access to more tools at my mums I am still a beginner and she is a crafter so already has felt, a strong hole punch made for cutting through pretty much anything, etc I will be doing this when I see her I think! I've had an Instructable sitting around for a month on just this topic.
One word of warning: it's really important to leave some extra room in the top-to-bottom measurement! Woven Map Travel Journal Source: How-To: Woven Map Notebook -. Cover the paper with glue and tuck the felt into all of the creases. Use the hole punch again, to now punch a hole through the felt too, so that the holes go all the way through. It stretches a lot for a snug fit on a variety of box sizes. Woven Map Travel Journal Source: How-To: Woven Map Notebook -. Now you need to fold the top and bottom to the size of the book.
Then I use the book as a guide to mark the height. I got one of those aluminum keyboards that double as a case, the only problem is when folded out. That gives me a page that looks like this. To calculate the spine width, White paper: multiply page count by 0. I'm sharing how to make fabric book covers without sewing! The cover is secure enough to hold your eReader in a natural vertical reading position and it will also protect it from bumps and scratches in your purse or backpack.
It protects, but is clumsy. This is the most important and time consuming part of the project. When I first set up my classroom a few years ago, I was looking for an inexpensive way for my students to store their whiteboard and markers. Wrap the elastic around the book and pull it tight. Be sure the right side of the fabric is together like the picture below.
Unpin the side of the main fabric that does not have the velcro. This is my art journal. You want it to be a little stretched when your ereader is inside the cover. Or create a cover for a much loved and read inspirational book. These fabric book sleeves are made with quilting cottons, padded with fusible fleece, and have pointed tabs with velcro closures.
I can also add a link to my website, a short author bio or picture, or social media icons. You might want to copy the background template layer, and put a new layer on top of everything, that you can toggle on and off to check or, just hide the image layers while you put in the text, then set them to show again. Thank you so much for this tutorial. I put the extra paper over the folded edges instead of under Step 6 in the picture. Hold it in your hand and do a little happy dance. Here's one I did recently from an old map.