This DIY Kindle Paperwhite Cover Tutorial will help you keep your Kindle Paperwhite safe while on the go! Read more for a tutorial and free sewing pattern!
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Where are all my Kindle readers at? As much as I love actual books, I absolutely LOVE the convenience of my Kindle Paperwhite! It’s so easy to travel with and if you’re like me, you like to take yours on the go.
I created a free pattern and tutorial to DIY your own Kindle Paperwhite cover so that your Kindle is protected while you’re on the go! This cover is a soft sleeve that you can easily slip your Kindle in and toss into your bag before heading out the door.
To download the pattern, enter in your email and you will receive a download link.
Once you’ve downloaded your pattern, follow the tutorial below to sew your very own Kindle Paperwhite Cover!
DIY Kindle Paperwhite Cover Tutorial
What You’ll Need:
- 1/4 yard Main (exterior) fabric – I recommend a medium weight woven fabric such as canvas or twill. I made mine with an Art Gallery canvas from Minerva.
- 1/4 yard Lining (interior) fabric – I recommend a light to medium weight woven fabric such as quilting cotton, canvas, or twill.
- 1/4 yard Lightweight quilt batting.
Printing and Assembling Your Pattern
Print the pattern at 100% scaling (actual size). Use the test square to make sure your pattern is scaled correctly.
If you’d like to watch a video tutorial along with the written instructions, check out the video below to follow along!