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Monday, July 30, 2012

How to create an Ipod case using fabric scraps

Hello my name is Marisa, I am a new member of this beautiful place and today I want to share with you some of my creations, I love fabrics, and I like to use the larger pieces to the little ones pieces of fabric. When I created this project I was looking for something  where I could use those scraps of fabric, and then, I got the idea to create this crazy quilt iPod case:

         I made a tutorial showing how to create the crazy quilt for this case. The tutorial is here.

Then I did a tutorial that shows how to sew the case, here are some pictures that I
want to share with you.

For the next case I used a pair of old jeans, I love to recycle

You can see the complete tutorial here

Have a nice and I hope you enjoy the tutorials.


Jennifer said...

I have to give you big props; when you say "little ones" you really mean little. I love how you used different decorative stitches. I want to de-stash and I'm HIGHLY considering making picnic and throw quilts to do so. I want to use up my small pieces just like you did for this cover.

Have a great day!

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU Marisa for the Tutorials! I just love the projects! ♥♥♥

Unknown said...

Marisa...I love the use of all your scraps and stitches. I always wonder what all of these little scraps and stitches will look like all put together.. you just showed me and I love it... Now I am wishing I had one of these cute cases for my Ipod and Kindle :O)
Ok... on list check :O)
Thank you for your hard work in making a tutorial for us to see. I really like the materials in the little center case!! Fantastic!


Mãos e manias said...

Great job! I love them all!

Unknown said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments, it is cherished receiving them. Thanks, Marisa.

CJ said...
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CJ said...

Marisa ~
I just love♥ your cute, cute, cute projects!!!! and your tutorials are are so detailed! Thanks for sharing!!

Unknown said...

Always looking for something different. brilliant idea ..:))

Allan said...

The ideas are lovely. The hand made cases are available online as well, but the fun is in creating them on your own :)