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Tutorial No.9 - Adjustable Fabric Book Cover D.I.Y. - Guest Post by DIYfish

Hello from Fish. So glad that I am able to write my Philofaxy All Star Tour 2013 Guest Post for My Purpley Life. Thank you Jennifer. Let me introduce myself. I am a proud mother of two boys. I love my family so much and I like DIY, personalization, Filofax, stickers, stationery. I've just started my blog "DIYfish" early this year to share my tutorials, binder insert designs and other creations.
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Today's tutorial from DIYfish - How to make an Adjustable Fabric Book Cover.


Before we start, please make sure that you have enough fabric to cover your book. You will need 2 big fabrics.
  •  Step1 - Measure your book. W=width; H=height; T=thickness.
  • Step2 – Trim your fabrics into these sizes~
  •  Step3 – Make a Strip from fabric C & D
    •  Mark the back side of Fabric C with chalk or pencil
    •  Put Fabric C & D face to face (front side of Fabric C face to front side of Fabric D). Using a straight stitch to sew the two longer sides together. Then turn the strip inside out.
  • Step 4
    • Mark the FRONT side of Fabric A with chalk or pencil
 
    •  Mark the BACK side of Fabric B with chalk or pencil
  • Step5
    •  Put Fabric A on table top, front side face up
 
    •  Put the Strip on Fabric A, align to the mark

    • Put Fabric B on top, back side face up. Use 2 pins to pin all fabrics together. Using a straight stitch to sew the right hand side together.
    • Fold the right side in along the RED folding line
 
  •  Step6 – Sew the 2 longer sides together
  •  Step7 – Now let’s turn the cover inside out
 
  •   Step8 – Sew the gap, iron the cover and it’s done!
 This Adjustable Book Cover can fit the books with different thickness. Enjoy!
Thank you, DIYfish for doing this Tutorial!

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  1. Have been searching for this! Thanks so much~

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  2. There's something wrong with the measurement system, it turned out too small for my book :/

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