Published on October 9th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker


$2 Felt iPad case

Materials: Nedda chair pads, scarf, sewing machine

1. Buy two Nedda chair pads. I chose one with a pattern for the front. Use soft fabric (or an old scarf!) for the liner.

2. Cut the felt pads and fabric liner to be a little larger than your iPad. Make the inside fabric a little longer on the top.

3. Sew the bottom and sides of the liner first. Place it between the two felt sides and fold the top down so it lines up evenly. Sew the sides and bottom.

See more of the felt iPad case.

~ Sarah Goldschadt, New York, NY

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