Added Jun 10, 2013
Rochester, New Y...
For an upcoming vacation I wanted a purse for only my iPhone, a bit of cash and my most important cards. I don’t like carrying a heavy purse or bag with me when I go sightseeing, plus I wanted something that won’t be easy for pickpockets to grab when I keep it in the pockets of my pants. That is why I attached a snap hook. You can either attach this sleeve to your belt loop or carry it as a wristlet.
The measurements of my sleeve are 8 × 13,5 cm (3 × 5.25 in) but in my tutorial you will find the formula to adjust the size to your needs (i. e. the size of your phone).
This project should be fairly easy to make for an advanced beginner. However, this item it pretty small, so a little bit of fiddly work is involved.
Fusible fleece (thin);
1 snap hook;
1 piece of elastic string, approx. 8 cm (3.25”);
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