This is a technique that will work with any electronic device and any smallsh thin cloth (you'll be rolling it up to create padding, so it doesn't need to be too thick), but I had a shamwow and an ipod that needed socking, hence the Shamwow ipod sock.
Step 1: Gather Your Materials
1) a small shamwow or similarly sized thin towel (unless you're using this tactic to wrap a larger piece of electronics, in which case I recommend a bigger towel)
2) five small binder clips (or bigger ones, if you're wrapping something bigger than pocket-sized electronics)
3) the thing you're wrapping
Step 2: Get Rolling!
after three flops of the ipod, you'll have your ipod in the end of a long tube of shamwow, like in the second picture.
Step 3: Clip It Good! (with Apologies to Devo)
Put one binder clip on either edge of the tube, about a finger's width away from the ipod, then fold the legs in.
Step 4: Clip It More! You're Done!
Now affix another one so it clips over the entirety of the far end of the sock, so the leg of the binder clip points to a spot just underneath the Shamwow logo. This arrangement of clips allows you to interlock the legs/handles of the clips and close the case at two different points - one a more snug fit for just the ipod, the other a looser fit so you can attach an FM transmitter or other accessory to the ipod and close the case over it.
With this ipod case, you'll be the hoopiest frood on your block - you'll protect your gadgets and know where your towel is at all times, and have some extra binder clips handy for emergencies.