Added Apr 26, 2013
White Lake, Mich...
I got a new camera for my birthday, last month, so I made it a little case. I just wanted to make something simple to protect it from knocking against everything in my purse. It, annoyingly, took several more days than expected, but I did make it harder than it had to be. I’m still not sure how much I like the pattern I drafted. It looks nice enough in the end, but didn’t come together super easy, I think I know how to tweak it though. The case is made from an upholstery sample and cotton for lining. It should fit most slim digital cameras, I could try to post it if anyone is interested. I used pellon thermal + and thick interfacing to help it hold it’s shape and add some cushion.
Upholstery Sample, Cotton, Thick Interfacing, Thermal +
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