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iPad Stylus Loop Tutorial!

I love my iPad and in the Sew Spoiled iPad case it is even more functional. I have had a few blog readers and customers ask if I made a stylus loop for my case. Honestly, I thought the iPad did not need a stylus.
That is one of the awesome features, you do not need anything but the iPad to use it.
Recently, I bought a stylus and I can see the usefulness, especially if you are using it for work.
The great part about this tutorial is you can apply it to a Sew Spoiled iPad folding case that has already been made, it is super easy and you can place the loop wherever you’d like on your case.
1.5” of .5” elastic
2.5”X 1.5” Scrap of fabric
Step 1: Cut the elastic and fabric.
Step 2: Iron the 2.5” X1.5” fabric in half long ways.
Step 3: Then open the fabric and fold the 2.5” raw edges toward the center line.
Step 4: Fold the fabric in half and press.
Sep 5: Fold the raw edges toward the center crease.
Step 6: Fold in half again and press.
Step 7: Fold the elastic in half and place the elastic loop into the folded fabric.
Step 8: Sew around the fabric.
Step 9: Place the loop on your iPad case and sew it directly to the iPad case. I like the stylus on the right of the iPad when opening the case. You could also place the loop above the iPad on this case. I hope you enjoy this added stylus tutorial for the Sew Spoiled iPad Folding Case!
If you make a Sew Spoiled iPad Case please added your creation to the Flickr: your Sew Spoiled projects! group.
We would love to see your creations!
Also, tomorrow Jan. 18, starts our Sew Spoiled Cabrio Tote Sew Along! Start gathering supplies for your Cabrio Tote!!
Happy Sewing!


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