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E-Reader Cover & Carrying Case - Fat Quarter Pattern by Whistlep

E-Reader Cover & Carrying Case - Fat Quarter Pattern by Whistlep
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Finished Size - Carrying Case - 7" x 10" x 1 1/2"

Use up your stash or coordinating fat quarters to create this easy to make E-Reader Cover & Carrying Case. Fabric requirements for E-Reader Cover: 2 coordinating fat quarters; 1/8 yd or a scrap for center accent stripe; 1/2 yd of fusible woven interfacing; 1/3 yd of stiff interfacing; 3/4" Velcro and large buttons; Carrying Case - 3 coordinating fat quarters; 1/8 yd or a scrap of accent fabric for tab; 1/2 yd of fusible fleece; 1/2 yd of fusible interfacing; 3/4" Velcro and large buttons. E-Reader Cover and Carrying Case pattern, by Whistlepig Creek Productions. Pattern includes two sizes for the e-reader cases and finished size for the carrying case is about 7" x 10" x 1 1/2".

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