Dear Dad :: Suede Solids E-Reader Case

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Father’s Day is tomorrow, but there is still time! This E-Reader Case is a quick sew and is a gift that dad will love for it’s style and it’s functionality. Designer Lisa Ruble lays out clear concise directions, so even though the project is classified as intermediate, we think that a beginner could easily give it a shot!

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Suede Solids E-reader Case
A two-sided color block design adds subtle style to this zippered case. The Peltex® I and Fusible Fleece inside offer super protection. Sample used Roc-Lon® Mardi Gras 2 Roc-Suede in Cactus, Bark and New Sunset.

Materials List
— 1 fat quarter each of three colors of suede fabric
— 1 fat quarter  of cotton fabric for lining
— One 10″ x 14″ rectangle Pellon® 987F Fusible Fleece
— One 10″ x 14″ rectangle Pellon® 71F Peltex® I Ultra-Firm Stabilizer
— Thread
— One 9″ zipper in coordinating color

Tools List
— Sewing Machine & Related Supplies
— Rotary Cutter & Related Supplies
— Clear Quilting Rulers
— Heavy-Duty Sewing Machine Needle

For a free downloadable pdf of this pattern, visit the project page here. We’d love to see what you make, so be sure to post a photo on our Facebook page OR share with our ‘Made with Pellon®‘ flickr group!

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About Lisa:
Lisa Ruble blogs under the name Ellie Q over at Color My World. She frequently gives up sleep to sew and/or bribe her toddlers with watching cartoons when an idea hits, and she has a ridiculously large fabric stash. Her style is more modern than not, though She’s dabbled a bit in just about everything.

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