Tablet Case Tutorial
So, a million years ago I promised a tutorial for my tablet case. I did actually complete it and I even had it tested by five wonderful ladies. They sent me wonderful reports with info on their experiences with the tutorial. And then those reports just sat there. I’ve been so busy with work stuff (is it surprising that Easter is a busy time in the church?) and then I got sucked into the fun of Project Run & Play. So, I still haven’t updated my original tutorial after the testing. However, I really want to get this tutorial up and out so here it is!
This tutorial is for a fabric tablet/e-reader case with removable boards so the case is completely washable.
It stands up at two heights so you can prop your device up on a table or counter.
And I have included a size table to fit just about any tablet/e-reader on the market.
******Download the complete tutorial here. Tablet Case Tutorial******
If you should have any questions while making your lovely case, please feel free to email me at sewinharmony (at) gmail (dot) com. I am always glad to help! I would also love to see your creations. If you make a case, please add your pictures to my Flickr Pool!
***UPDATE*** I have added a few new devices to this tutorial. I now have the measurements for the following devices:
Samsung Tab 10.1
Samsung Tab 7.0
Kindle Fire HD
Asus Transformer 10.1
****UPDATE AGAIN**** There are now so many devices on the market that I simply cannot keep up with all the requests for personalized measurements. However, I have created a handy-dandy Google Drive spreadsheet where you can input your own measurements to get the correct calculations for your own device. You can view the calculator here: Sew in Harmony Tablet Case Measurement Calculator.