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an ereader case for your tasty reading pleasure
this is a custom case I did for my daughters new ereader. it is all done in single crochet, then fastened up on three sides, and the frosting is actually a little pocket for notes and such. there is no closure, I made it snug enough that it fits like a glove and doesn't fall out.

Posted by Amanda M. from Northfield, Minnesota, United States • Published See Amanda M.'s 55 projects »
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  • How to make a tablet sleeve. Pop Tart E Cozy - Step 1
    Step 1

    this is a custom fit, so have your ereader or tablet or whatever handy. I cast on 21 stitches and did a few rows, then laid it across the ereader to ensure it covered exactly half. the fabric will stretch a little so there is no need to account for your very thin devices depth. measure as you go and when you reach your desired length do a couple more rows extra tight (for the opening). make two "pastry" pieces identical and then when you are finished with the second one, crochet around three sides to make a little pocket. weave in ends.

  • How to make a tablet sleeve. Pop Tart E Cozy - Step 2
    Step 2

    next make your frosting piece. chain and single crochet 5 or 6 less stitches than you used for your pastry pieces. single crochet every row until you have a piece a little smaller than your pastry. then embroider on your sprinkles using straight stitches.

    I sewed the pocket on three sides, leaving a pocket opening alongside the main opening. this is optional. weave in ends and you have a tasty e-cozy!

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