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I recently started running in the mornings. However, it's annoying when it's 6 am and my mp3 player lands in a pool of goo. This instructable is my ...
Materials: (1) piece of scrap leather (1) armband (1 yard) proper cordage [dental floss (Free, since I'm a dentist.)] Tools: leather hole punch heavy scissors (optional) needle pencil
1. First, try laying out the leather around your iPod (or other mp3 player). Make sure it fits right. Leather is skin. Just like plastic surgery, each ...
1. Punch holes at the ends of the planned strap slot. This results in a cleaner, less prone to tearing slot. 2. Cut the slot between the ...
Punch holes along the seam that you marked earlier. Helpful details: 1. Having about 5 mm between each hole allows for a clean looking stitch, enough material ...
Stitch up the holes that you've made. You can use any cordage that you want to. Personally, I used dental floss. I'm a dentist, so that it's available. ...
Finally, thread in the strap and enjoy! The ipod should easily slide in, but will be tricky to slide out. The leather shapes itself as the ipod enters. ...
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