Cut out one piece for the front and one piece for the lining. Sew both sides together.
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Share on Google Plus Share. Share on Pinterest Share. Share on LinkedIn Share. Send email Mail. Print Print. I got a cheapo faux leather case at the moment. I'm excited to try it and will probably blog about it and link back to you if I ever get around to making one. It should fit pretty well. I looked up the dimensions of an ipod touch 4g and it is about. The ipod touch 4g is thinner than the iphone so you should be able to use the pattern as-is and have it fit.
Wish me luck. I am having trouble printin out the pattern designs. Can you please email them to me at brisco aol. I emailed you. Don't know why it works for some and not for others. Sorry for the inconvenience! I can't seem to print the pattern: Lohmanns comcast. Thank you so much for this pattern I am becoming a follower of yours this instant! Truly, thank you! Did you make the key ring Lineyard two? We would really like to make that as well!
I did make it. The supplies are inexpensive and available at theribbonretreat. Just search Pinterest for "key fob tutorial" and you'll find a bunch of great tutorials. When i go to the link no images show up though: I'm not sure what is available to you in India, but any kind of permanent glue that sticks between fabric and plastic would work. I love this case! I was just wondering if you used a needle or a sewing machine.. Like most people my link is not showing anything. Would you mind emailing it to me? Thank you in advance! I used a sewing machine for everything but the camera hole.
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I have revised the pattern and am now selling it on Craftsy. I just made this and it turned out super cute but ran into some problems with the camera hole.
I used red embroidery thread to finish it off. But when I was testing the my camera on the phone in the case it would work fine without the flash but with the flash it would get a red haze or just not work well at all. Do you have any suggestions on how to avoid this? Should I try a different way of finishing off that hole? Thank you! I have not had that problem, but I rarely use the flash. I would probably just take it out of the case if I was going to use the flash.
Was wondering how you figured out how much fabric to use based on the phone's dimensions? I have a Samsung Galaxy s5 that I would love to make this for, but I'm unsure of how much fabric I'd need. Did you just add 2" all around to the hight and width of the phone? I just got an iphone 6 and I heard they 'bend' easily, so I want a wallet to keep it safe.
This is perfect! This didn't work for me at all. Even after adjusting the pattern pieces, they proved much too small for my case.
Spent a lot of time and money finding clasps and cases and coordinating fabric. Oh well. I'm so sorry to hear this.
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Did you add extra fabric for seam allowances? Thanks for leaving a comment. I try to respond to every one, even if it takes me a little while! Recent Posts. Powered By Blogger Widgets. E craft glue. STEP 1: Print out pattern pieces and cut out your fabric. My pattern is sized to fit an iPhone 4, but you could adjust it to fit other sizes.
Follow the directions that come with your magnetic purse snaps to apply to one side of the flap and the exterior layer of your wallet fabric. I just had to poke holes in the fabric and bend the prongs back to hold each piece in place. You could top stitch around the edges you sewed once you have it turned right side out. I liked it better without. If you don't stitch across the bottom edge, your debit card will fall too low when you place it in the pocket. The stitching ensures that your cards will always be easily accessible.
I sewed around my camera opening as if I were creating a button hole by hand, using all 6 strands of embroidery floss. Once I had finished the opening, I outlined my stitching on the exterior of the wallet to give it a finished look. Here's an actual photo: I liked the little pop of bright green, but you could certainly use a matching color if you prefer. I used E glue to attach my inexpensive plastic case to the inside of my wallet. This is the kind of hard plastic case that your phone snaps into and stays put.
Be careful with the glue!! My fabric was thick enough that the glue didn't seep through and show on the outside. If your fabric is a little thinner you may want to cut a piece of poster board or thin cardboard the same size as your plastic case and slip it in between the layers of fabric before you sew the opening shut in step 9. To use the phone just flip the flap and the pocket side to the back and attach the magnetic clasp to hold it in place and out of the way.
I am so pleased with the way it turned out and now I know that I can whip up a new one whenever I need to! Love that!!
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My phone and essentials are always ready to grab and go! As a bonus, I also created a new wallpaper for my phone to go with the new case. Feel free to download it and save it to your computer or phone for your own personal use. If you have any questions please feel free to ask here in the comments or shoot me an email. I tried to cover all the bases, but writing tutorials is hard guys. I'm obviously not a teacher! If you make one send me a picture -- I'd love to see how it turns out.
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