In this review I will go over the steps to construct a beautiful iPad case.  This takes very little material and can be completed in a day if you stick to it.

We used a disappearing 9 patch technique with 1/4" seams.

Also start by taking a piece of cardboard and a marker to trace an iPad to use as a template and for reference during the tutorial.

Step 1: Setting Up the Disappearing 9 Patch

In this tutorial we will be using the disappearing 9 patch technique.  This technique involves a standard 9 patch being cut evenly to make 4 different pieces (4 large squares, 8 small rectangles and a small square).

Step 1:  Choose 9 pieces of fabric and press all fabric before starting to have accurate cuts.

Step 2:  Using 9 different prices of material, cut 27 4" x 4" square patches.

Step 3:  Using the 27 pieces, arrange three 9 patches.  For this size of case, we chose one fabric to be the center of each of the three 9 patches, and 8 random patterns to complete the rest of the 9 patch.

Step 4:  Sew the 9 patch squares together.

Step 5:  Press all seams flat on both sides to flatten the 9 patch for more accurate sewing and cutting later.

Step 6:  Cut excess threads.  (Do not pull threads!)

Step 7:  Disappearing 9 patch technique - Cut each 9 patch horizontal and vertical in the middle evenly.
<p>Ever heard of a chromebook. Well I have one and I kinda need a bag for it. Can you show me how. So where are all these cool photos from. Peace</p>
<p>Love the colours used for this instructable but I'm really surprised no one has made one yet.</p>
Beautiful work! I'm going to adapt it to make a case for my 17&quot; laptop. The few that are available commercially are ridiculously expensive.
Love this! Perfect for all the trendy ipads out now!!! One can tell this is made perfectly and will be very useful to protect our ipads!! Wonderful idea! You have my vote!
This is beautiful! <br />Now I'm thinking of all sorts of ways to make and customize my own. Thanks for sharing.
Glad I could be of help! This was the first instructable I have posted, and it has been very exciting.

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