Step 4: Sew on Bottom

Without cutting the thread from sewing the sides, continue to sew on the bottom.
Again, pull tightly after each stitch.
Stitch the last stitch twice and plunge the needle through the neoprene for 2, 3 cm and then cut the thread and it should hold.
Now that you've finished sewing, turn the Mobile Phonebag "inside-out" or just the other way around since there is no right side.
Straighten the stitches so that the layers of neoprene you sewed together now face each other. This gives it shape and makes the seams look much better.
How much does one plade cost? I looked on that page and it seems that only big companys can buy that. Can you please send me a little bit more information and the price you paid? Thank you
you mean one sheet of neoprene? It depends on thickness and what materials you choose for lining. The neoprene I ordered was 6m thick and had jersey(standard) lining on either side. A sheet of this, which is about 3 square meters, cost about 40 Euro + 8 Euro shipping within Europe. Shipping to America costs a lot more, about 75 Euro. so if you don't live in Europe, it is probably best to find a different supplier. Surf shops often have leftovers from mending suits or might be able to order you a smaller amount when they put in a big order. Hope this was of help.
I live in Europe, but I will look for a cheaper solution, I think. Thank you very much!
Great !!
very nice instructable, i should make one of these someday :)

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