I’ve been bringing my iPod to work, and have been worried that with the moments on my purse it was just asking for scratches. Never one to pay $35 for something that I could make, or one to turn down a crafting opportunity, I headed over to the craft store and picked up some felt. Two hours later, I had the following:
Once again, my camera fails completely to pick up the periwinkle, so you’ll have to make that blue a bit purpler in your mind. I included a hole in the bottom of the iPod cozy for the sync cable and the FM car transmitter, and added a snap to the top between layers of felt to hold it closed.
I was originally thinking I’d have to go back to the store to look for ribbon to wrap it closed, when I realized that it would be much easier to make use of what was already there:
In the sad news department, though, this means I now only have two snaps left:
I’ve been whittling away at these since the late eighties for doll clothes and other usefulness. I have to wonder how old they even are. Anything bought in Stamford, CT was definitely Mom’s from way back. (I’m hoping I was gifted these and didn’t appropriate them.)