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Free Electronics Sewing Patterns
And because some of these cases - the cell phone and iPod cases in particular - use
very little fabric, they can be a great way to use up those small amounts of fabric
(and trims) you may have left over from other projects. Plus, because of their
simple shapes, they can make a great first project for a beginner who's just
learning to sew (or a quick gift to make!).

And if you’ll be sewing your case from several kinds of colorful fabrics and you want
to be able to launder your finished case, remember to check your fabrics first for
colorfastness and to preshrink any cotton fabrics.

And if the design you'll be using has a template, be sure to measure your device
first before cutting and sewing (altering the pattern template if necessary) to make
sure your device will fit into your finished case. And for any design that doesn't
already call for it, you may want to add a layer of batting between your fashion
fabric and your lining for a little extra protection.
Protect your precious electronic items with this collection of over thirty free sewing
patterns & tutorials for iPads, iPods, cell phones, and more, gathered from all over
the web.