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Knitting Pattern for Tablet / Phablet Cover - #ad Cover features a cable band, button closure, and moss stitch pattern. Knit as one piece using chunky yarn. Two sizes. tba device quick project

Make an iPad cover - think I should use a laminated kind of fabric so I can wipe it clean, for when I use my ipad as a cook book!

Kindle Fire Case iPad Mini Case Pink Red and Black Paisley and Hearts Cases and Covers Kindle Fire 7 Case Tablet Cover eReader

Sale Kindle Fire Case iPad Mini Case Pink Red and Black Paisley and Hearts Cases and Covers Kindle Fire 7 Case Tablet Cover eReader

Protección de fieltro para el iPad mini, bolso de la tableta en fieltro, lector e-book sentía manga, bolsillo, Tablet, cubierta para el iPad mini, diseño escandinavo

Die Galaxy Tab 3 8 bag is casual and functional, a timeless, Scandinavian and cosy design. The tablet case is carefully made by hand out of 0.08

How to make an e-reader cover from an old hardback (infographic)

How to make an e-reader cover from an old hardback - very enjoyable DIY instructable!

Sew Nook cover. I actually might be able to do this one! I like the elastic band, pockets would be be nice, but maybe too advanced for my sewing abilities

KleverCase: Book-bound Tablet Cover - To Kill a Mockingbird

This To Kill a Mockingbird e-reader case, discovered by The Grommet, protects your e-reader and makes it look like you’re reading a vintage copy of a famous novel.

Wonder Woman iPad cover

Wonder Woman iPad cover Fits iPad 2, iPad Air and other like sized ereaders Accessories Tablet Cases

This one cozy pattern can fit any tablet, e-reader, or smart phone, even a laptop! Because it’s the easiest pattern to customize. Ever. Really! The only math is counting to two! I made it to fit a Kindle Fire HD, and then again to fit my Android (seen in the tutorial) but you can make it in any size you like – and use up the odds and ends of your favorite yarns while you’re at it! And the unique stitch pattern means you’ll never mix it up with someone else’s device.