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If you are tired of boring plastic smartphone cases with no individuality then now is your chance to make your own, in one of the three styles, in the colors and fabrics of your choice. It’s an easy way to add a little fun and color to your day while protecting your phone too.
Tulip Square, the designer, has made this pattern including three variations and two sizes for a very handy smartphone case. Your phone is protected by quilted layers on both sides. Extra pockets have been added to hold your cash, credit cards, etc. and once the case is finished you can embellish it exactly how you want!
In addition to having a great new little case for your phone, you can use up some of your fabric remnants. It doesn’t take a lot of fabric to make a phone case. It requires less than ¼ yard of each for the main color, the lining color and the binding.
Small size cases are 5¾” by 3″ when finished. Large size cases are 6¼” by 3½” when finished, and will hold most midsize smart phones. Sizes can be adjusted slightly by the placement of the snaps. You can easily adapt these patterns to the sizes you need for your own phone and what you want to carry in your wallet.
Add a carry strap or a belt loop, embellish, and your smart phone, cash, cards etc. will travel in style.
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