Toaster Pastry iPod Cozy

Stylishly protect your iPod with a hip and practical felt cozy. This is a great project for young crafters or those with basic sewing skills.
Felt Toaster Pastry iPod Cozy

Felt Toaster Pastry iPod Cozy

A great project for young crafters or those with basic sewing skills, felt and a few beads are all you need to craft a stylish cozy to protect their favorite high-tech devices. Stitch one up in a snap with our step-by-step instructions .

By: Amanda Reed

Materials Needed:

  • 1 sheet of light brown felt
  • 1 sheet of pink felt
  • pink seed beads
  • scissors
  • pink cotton thread
  • light brown cotton thread
  • washable chalk
  • straight pins
  • sewing needle

Step 1

Create a pattern by placing iPod on light brown felt and tracing around it with washable chalk. Be careful not to draw too closely; make your outline about 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch wider than the iPod. Do this twice to create two identically sized pieces of felt. Don't worry about the chalk line being visible once the project is complete, it will easily wipe off.

Measuring a Pattern For DIY Ipod Cozy

Measuring a Pattern For DIY Ipod Cozy

Create a pattern by placing iPod on light brown felt and tracing around it with washable chalk. Be careful not to draw too closely; make your outline about 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch wider than the iPod. Do this twice to create two identically sized pieces of felt. Don't worry about the chalk line being visible once the project is complete, it will easily wipe off.

Step 2

Cut felt on the chalk line.

Step 3

Next, place the iPod on the pink felt and using the chalk, trace a tight outline around it. Within this chalk line, sketch a curving line to create the "frosting" shape. Make sure not to get too close to the outline, you'll want some of the light tan felt to show beneath when you attach the frosting to the toaster pastry's top. Cut out the shape.

Step 4

Randomly sew pink seed beads onto frosting to resemble sprinkles. Add as many or as few as you'd like.

Sewing Beads on to Felt for Decorative DIY Ipod Case

Sewing Beads on to Felt for Decorative DIY Ipod Case

Beads are sewn individually onto pink felt to add a decorative touch to this iPod case in the form of a toaster pastry.

Step 5

Pin the frosting to one of the light brown felt pieces and, using a running stitch along the edge of the frosting, sew the two pieces together.

Step 6

Pin both pieces of light brown felt together. Again, using a running stitch, sew three sides of the two pieces together about an eighth of an inch in from the felt edge. Be sure to tie off any loose pieces of thread and weave them into the felt fabric. When finished, wipe away any remaining chalk lines with a damp cloth.

Sew Pieces of Felt Together to Finish Handmade IPod Case

Sew Pieces of Felt Together to Finish Handmade IPod Case

Pin both pieces of light brown felt together. Again, using a running stitch, sew three sides of the two pieces together about an eighth of an inch in from the felt edge. Be sure to tie off any loose pieces of thread and weave them into the felt fabric. When finished, wipe away any remaining chalk lines with a damp cloth.

Step 7

Finally, slide your iPod into your completed cozy and enjoy your favorite tunes.

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