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#1 Nighthawk

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Posted 14 January 2011 - 11:17 PM

Well, there as another thread showing off a cell phone case. It was also asked if the maker could post his pattern. He used a copy protected pattern and didn't feel comfortable with it, so I thought I would post mine!

Here's what the finished product looks like:

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You can get the latched at Tandy or from Hardware Elf. And here's the pattern that I use:


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I use a stitching groover to cut a groove along the edge, and then I use an overstitch wheel to set the gaps, an awl to punch the holes, and then I saddle stitch the whole thing together.

Hope you folks find this useful!

Edited by Nighthawk, 14 January 2011 - 11:24 PM.

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Posted 14 January 2011 - 11:24 PM

Well, there as another thread showing off a cell phone case. It was also asked if the maker could post his pattern. He used a copy protected pattern and didn't feel comfortable with it, so I thought I would post mine!

Here's what the finished product looks like:

Posted Image

You can get the latched at Tandy or from Hardware Elf. And here's the pattern that I use:


Posted Image

I use a stitching groover to cut a groove along the edge, and then I use an overstitch wheel to set the gaps, an awl to punch the holes, and then I saddle stitch the whole thing together.

Hope you folks find this useful!


Awesome! Thank you so much! Ellen

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Posted 15 January 2011 - 12:48 AM

Nice looking Cell Phone Case there Nighthawk and thanks for putting one up that isn't a copyrighted work so no one gets in trouble with it.:You_Rock_Emoticon:
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