I think this is a pretty simple project and a lot of fun. No sewing machine required. You just need to know a basic blanket stitch.

Step 1: Cut Panels

I cut two panels of felt at 9 x 3.5 each. I chose camel and gray. Camel is a hot color this fall!
Very nice and easy to make :)
thanks. You should give it a try
Is this wool felt?
Ya know, I'm not sure. I just went to Joannes Fabric store and picked up some felt, not sure if it's wool or acrylic...I think it is wool
Wow, great instructable! Im defenitly going to make a less feminine version for myself later.
thanks Zach, I'd love to see it when it's done!
Thanks for the instuctable! I will probably add some velcro to keep in closed. This was fun!
Wow, that looks great! Glad you liked it!
I think even someone who's totally incompetant around a needle could do something like this!!
Verrryy pretttyy :D<br> <br> just a question though, for step 5: youre only sewing the one side of the slit? and does the corners have to be done too? would the slit rip over time?<br> <br> Thank you :D great Instructable!
Hi, well when you're doing a blanket stitch, you're actually sewing both sides at the same time. Yes, sew the corners, you're actually sewing around the slit like an elongated &quot;O&quot;. It might be a good idea to sew it twice though.<br><br>Hope this answered your question
Ahhhh yes! it answered my question :] Thank you!

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