Kindle Clutch

Here’s my three part video series  to show you how to make a Kindle Clutch using the Big Shot Die Cutting Machine and the Scallop Square Die.

I used the Big Shot Die Cut Machine with the Scallop Square die to cut the fabric.


Here’s part one…..

Here’s part two….

Here’s part three…..

I’m working on the written instructions and hope to have them available on Wednesday.


14 thoughts on “Kindle Clutch”

  1. LOVE this and can’t wait to try my hand at it. Adorable fabric. One question, I keep seeing your cute little pin cushion and it looks like maybe you made it from the top note die…am I correct? Do you have a video for this? I have a little pin cushion fetish going on lately. :o)

  2. Oh are you kidding me!!!!!! I googled and googled yesterday because I want a CLUTCH for my kindle… I found all kinds of handmade covers, but no clutches. You are amazing@ You are my hero!!!! lol

  3. absolutely adorable! LOVE the fabric, where’d you buy? is there a name for the design, the lil birds?
    lOVIN all the sewing you’ve been doing…keep it comin 🙂

  4. What fabric is that? I love the 2 that have the geometric shapes. Looks like it may be just what I am looking for when I move my little girl to her new big girl room.

    Thanks! Love your site

  5. Angie,

    These are great! While I don’t have a kindle I have made a coupon holder for all the stores where I shop. I think I will try and make a clutch to dress up my coupon envelope.

    Love all your blogs. Not much of a seamstress, but you are inspiring me to give it a try.

    Mary R.
    Chattanooga, TN

  6. What a great idea! Thanks for the video. I am also a beginner seamstress. Someone gave me a great tip that might help for these cute clutches. When you are sewing the lining and the fabric/fleece together, start stitching on a short side. Stitch around all four corners, backstitching at the beginning and the end. Leave a 4 or 5 inch opening on that beginning short side for turning your fabric right side out. Because you have stitched all of your corners, it’s easy to push them out to points and they are all nice a finished looking. And it makes it a little easier to turn the last edge under because you’ve stitched a little on either side of the opening…it gives you a head start.

    Also, you can use a chopstick, or the non-pointy side of a skewer to push your corners out. It helps to create a sharper point. Hope this helps.

    I’m a huge fan of your blog. Thanks for all the work you put into it.
    Shannon R.
    Seattle, WA

  7. This was soooooo informative. Great instructions. Both my sister and I have a Kindle. I can surprise her with a clutch now. What were you ironing on?
    Thanks for sharing.


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