iPad sleeve made from decommissioned fire hose

by Jacob Starr November 18, 2015

Now this project turned out amazing. I used bright red polyester fire hose for the outside and 1000D nylon cordura for the liner. This project from start to finish only took me about an hour, but that's partly because when I first got started sewing I used to make iPad covers similar to this one. Plus I have a billion hours of sewing experience it seems, so that speeds things up a bit!

Take a look, and leave a comment on my YouTube page. Even better leave a THUMBS UP!

 

Jacob Starr
Jacob Starr



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