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As a new owner of a Wii and a sewing machine I was eager to combine the two.. And as I keep being asked to bring my Wii to parties, I figured I ought ...
I'm sorry to say I didn't measure anything.. but it's not really necessary if you have a wii to work from... and really this could be used to make a f...
Fold the foam to figure out where you want to place the folds, this is a good time to make sure all the edges are covered.
Make a pillow case of the fabric to cover the foam. I just placed the foam on the folded in half fabric and cut about an inch around it. I then sewed ...
Hem the rough edges of the top. Slide the foam into the pillow case and fold over the top edges like the end of wrapping paper on a box.
fold over the top flap and sew it down on the foam.
Fold the top seam down approximately an inch and a half creating a tube of foam on the top. this is where the sensor bar will go. sew in place.
Place the wii on the bottom half of the foam and determine where you want the front to fold up to. mark where the bottom of the wii is and make seams ...
then sew seams along where the sides would be.. including the bottom side. the wii should fit standing up on the rectangle that is made for the bottom...
this step is hard to explain. it's actually easier if you just try it.. but put the wii in the rectangle and fold the front up. then take the sides o...
this picture shows the corners. (on the inside)
Fold over the back side and sew up the side of the case. (be sure to check that the wii still fits and adjust as necessary.)
Add Velcro. sew around it to keep it in place. other fasteners may also be used. And Done! It's not a great case that'll help it in a fall, it's mor...
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