Most sewing projects are meant to clothe you or someone you love. But those electronic devices that you depend on every day need some outerwear, too. Stitch up your own custom carrying cases with your favorite fabrics to protect your devices in style. Here are six project ideas to get you started.
iPod Running Belt
Are you looking to get more fit? Do you have the perfect soundtrack for your daily run? This handy running belt
for your iPod might be just the thing to keep your iPod safe and sound while exercising.
Digital cameras have only gotten better in recent years, but some of them have gotten a lot heavier. If you need a convenient way to transport your camera, this camera strap tutorial
makes a sturdy, durable strap for carrying cameras of any size. And you'll never guess where she got the closures!
Laptop bags can be very expensive, but with this sewing tutorial, you can make your own and customize it any way you’d like — snug or roomy, with wider straps at the shoulder for comfort.
This wallet is a handy way to carry around your iPhone, plus a few essentials like cash, credit cards and keys. Choose any fun or fashionable fabric you like and you can leave your big giant purse behind!
Armband Holster for iPod
If the iPod running belt just isn’t your thing, you can try sewing this armband holster
instead. Such a convenient accessory for any fitness routine!
Easel-Style Kindle Case
This Kindle case
is a fantastic idea! It doesn't just protect your Kindle, it also props it up like an easel for hands-free reading. In the age of multitasking, there couldn’t be a more appropriate sewing project for your handheld device.