8 Lovely DIY Kindle Cases That Will Keep Your E-Reader Safe ...

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If you're a crafty bookworm, you will probably enjoy making a DIY Kindle case.2

Not only are they great for keeping your e-reader protected from bumps, these craft projects are also wonderfully varied as far as style and construction go.

Whether you like to sew or you're interested in a DIY Kindle case made of unique materials, you will find the perfect project here.2

1. Leather Scraps

Leather Scraps

Isn't this a beautiful DIY Kindle case?

This was made using scraps of leather (from a thrifted jacket!) and printed fabric.

The sides are finished French seam style and give the whole case a lovely utilitarian look.

If you work with leather, you will most likely not have to worry about adding foam lining to your case.

The material is sturdy enough.

Tutorial Source: deliacreates.com

2. Birdie Prints

Birdie Prints

How cute!

You can sew this handmade e-reader case without the bird but I don't recommend it.

This whimsical touch is what makes this fabric Kindle case truly adorable.

For this project, it is essential that you include elastic ties.

They will help keep your Kindle inside the case.

Using elastic ties for the hair will do.

3. Book, No-Sew

Book, No-Sew

Turning a book into a Kindle case is not a novel idea.

It's quite clever, though, and you will want to try it if you're looking for a no-sew e-reader protective case.

If you want to try this project, you will be needing a hardcover book, Mod Podge, and an X-Acto knife.2

You will need the latter to cut out a Kindle shaped hole in the pages of your book.

Tutorial Source: rimarama.com

4. Easy Felt-Lined Sleeve

Easy Felt-Lined Sleeve

The lining used for this sewn e-reader case is felt.

If you have some scraps lying around, you can use them to make this easy case.

In ten steps, you will be able to sew a lovely protective cover for your beloved tablet.

Any type of medium weight fabric will work for the exterior pieces.

You can even upcycle an old piece of clothing for this project.

Tutorial Source: craftingagreenworld.com

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