Today dear readers, we are going to make a travel case for an iPod with a separate pocket for our earphones. You will need the following:
The interfacing is sew-in, we’re using it in this project because of the snaps. If you decide to use velcro, you can skip it if you’d like. The 4″ x 9″ and 4″ x 11 pieces of fabric are pockets. Fold them in half and iron a crease in them.
This is the stacking order of the fabrics. Arrange them in a neat little pile and pin together.
Starting at the top, sew down around to where the pockets are and back up. Don’t forget to clip off the corners.
Turn it right side out, push out the corners with a knitting needle or a chopstick. Turn the open seam under at the top and stitch straight across.
Now put the snaps in, just follow the directions on the package – easy peasy!
You are the proud new owner of an iPod case!
Note: The measurements of this pattern are for an iPod with a protective case cover. If you are making one without the cover, reduce the width of the fabric from 4″ to 3 1/2″.