I recently entered the 21st century and purchased a tablet. I thought it needed a cover and today I am going to share how I made mine with you!
I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. The dimensions are listed as 10 5/16″ x 7 3/32″. To suit those dimensions, the cover pieces front, back and two lining pieces were cut to measure 11 1/2″ x 8 1/2″.
In this example, Robert Kaufman Essex Yarn Dyed in Flax was used for the lining of the cover as well as the exterior back. It was also used to piece the front in combination with a piece of Melody Miller’s Ruby Star Rising for Kokka. It was pieced so that the final dimensions would be 11 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ as stated above.
Cut rounded corners, free hand, out of Type by Julia Rothman for Windham Fabrics. Apply those rounded corners to the front of the cover using HeatnBond Featherlite so that you do not add any bulk to the cover corners.
Back the front and back cover pieces with HeatnBond Fleece Fusible Highloft.
With right sides together, place lining inside of cover exterior and stitch around the upper edge. Turn your cover and slip stitch the opening closed.
And there you go, your tablet is protected and stylish and ready to go!