* iPod cosy and cable tote

Posted on November 22nd, 2004 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

Good Husband got me an iPod for my birthday. I’ve already banged it up a bit carrying it unprotected in my purse. I made it this little sleeve while I come up with something more elaborate. It’s a layer of fabric on top and a layer of eyeglass-cleaning chamois inside, with one layer each of thin interfacing and quilt batting sandwiched between. I made it pretty snug so it doesn’t need a fastener. Now, everytime I slide the iPod in it automatically gets polished. I am clever.

The drawstring bag is a tote for the connector cable and the earbuds. It’s also big enough to carry the iPod and the earbuds if I so desire. One layer fabric, one layer quilt batting.



3 Responses to “iPod cosy and cable tote”

  1. jasper Says:

    Have you made any knitted/felted iPod holders?

  2. Maitreya Says:

    Nope. I like the sewn one enough that I’ve just kept it.

  3. http://rich-niche.info/cookie/img/smilies/happy.gif Says:

    nice! [IMG]http://rich-niche.info/cookie/img/smilies/happy.gif[/IMG]


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