Welcome back for part two! Now that we have completed the inner part we can finish the outer part, hooray! At this point I turned the outer layer inside-out and boxed the corners.
Now when you turn it right side out it will look like this.
At this point I put on the button, before I got any further in the process. I marked the holes where the button holes would be. I also cut out a small square of interfacing, which could be replaced with felt or something similar, to reinforce the button.
After the button was sewn on I got a piece of double-fold binding for the top of the cozy, as well as a piece of elastic to use in conjunction with the button. I pinned the piece of elastic along with the binding onto the inner rim of the cozy. I did however turn the cozy inside out to make it easier.
And once I sewed it, the elastic was installed.
Almost done! All that was left was to turn the cozy right side out and finish sewing the binding.
And that is our pocket iPad cozy tutorial!
Yay! Devin was so happy for his cozy! Now that you have followed along with this tutorial you could make a cozy for anything square or rectangular, like a camera, iPod, or even your cell phone. Thanks for joining us. Next week I'll share my version of the iPad cozy.