Sew Techie and Tablet Covers

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See a collection of sewing and quilting projects featuring the Sew Techie Covers and the Trace’n Create E-Tablet and Paper Tablet Keeper Templates.

Creatively Embellish Sew Techie Covers with Nancy Zieman

Here’s a Project for a Leftover Quilt Block

Do you have any leftover quilt blocks floating around your sewing area? Use one of those orphan blocks as part of a cover for an e-tablet or paper-tablet cover. You’ll make a statement and give that quilt block a good home! During the Sewing With Nancy two-part TV series of Sew Techie Covers, I featured 12 … Continue Reading

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Add Nancy Zieman to Your Smart Phone

There is a good chance you own a smart phone. You may be reading this blog post on your smart phone right now. The technology has really changed the way we operate and has become quite a time saver. In an effort to save you more time, we want you to have the Nancy Zieman … Continue Reading

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Sew Comfy Tablet Keeper

The Trace ‘n Create Tablet Keeper Template, a die-cut template that allows you to create personalized covers for electronic tablets, can now be customized for reading comfort! Today’s tutorial shows how to add elastic reading bands to your tablet keeper. Hands slip under the stretchy bands for comfortable reading. Notions, fabrics, and supplies  The Original Trace … Continue Reading

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It’s Great Fun to Sew Handbags!

I know, you’re never going to sew five handbags from the same fabric collection. Yet, I thought you might be interested to see how prints and solids combine to create classy bags and totes. First, the Fabric! We received fabric yardage from the new collections at Riley Blake Designs. It was like Christmas! At first I … Continue Reading

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Now It’s Time to Sew “Spiffy” Tablet Keepers!

I have a new word to describe this week’s Tablet Keeper sewing technique options—spiffy! Last week I used the word snazzy—many of you liked my word choice. Carol B., a Facebook fan, suggested the option of spiffy! It works, thank you Carol. Back to the topic at hand. During the Sewing With Nancy 2-part TV … Continue Reading

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Sew a Snazzy Cover for your Electronic Tablet

The word snazzy may not be a definition you use too often when referencing sewing, but I think this fun-sounding word describes this creative stitching option. When developing the Sewing With Nancy series on how to create covers for electronic tablets or low-tech paper tablets, it was exciting to see how a small amount of … Continue Reading

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Sew a Designer Cover for your Tablet

My iPad travels with me to work, to meetings, and back home each day. Introduced four years ago, the slim and smart electronic tablet has replaced my bulky daily planner/calendar, laptop, and so much more. Because my tablet is my daily commuter companion, I like to protect it with one of several different designer Tablet … Continue Reading

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How to Sew an iPad Cover with Camera Hole

When I initially designed the Trace ‘n Create Tablet Keeper Template, iPads didn’t have cameras! With the help of the instructions in this sewing blog, you can add a customized opening in the back of the Tablet Keeper. Here’s how! Supplies Choose Clover’s Trace ‘n Create Tablet Keeper Template or Trace ‘n Create Tablet Keeper Template 2.0. … Continue Reading

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Sew Comfy—a Tablet Keeper with Reading Bands

The Trace ‘n Create Tablet Keeper Template, a die-cut template that allows you to create personalized covers for electronic tablets, can now be customized for reading comfort! Today’s tutorial shows how to add elastic reading bands to your tablet keeper. Hands slip under the stretchy bands for comfortable reading. Notions, fabrics, and supplies    –   … Continue Reading

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How to Sew an iPad Case for the Car!

The Trace ‘n Create Tablet Keeper Template, a die-cut template that allows you to create personalized covers for electronic tablets, can now be customized for your car! Today’s tutorial shows you how a small strip of elastic makes the tablet keeper adaptable to fit over a headrest in a car. Your passengers can watch videos or play … Continue Reading

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