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How to make a fabric monster ipod case

A fun way to make ur ipod look artsy and creative

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Grab your basic supplies

Grab your basic supplies

Straighten out your fabric .. Sorry for the wrinkles :3

Straighten out your fabric .. Sorry for the wrinkles :3

Place your ipod or phone / device .. A couple inches away from the bottom of the fabric

Place your ipod or phone / device .. A couple inches away from the bottom of the fabric

Cut a reasonable distance away from the device , enough to trim off afterwards

Cut a reasonable distance away from the device , enough to trim off afterwards

How it should look after cutting out

How it should look after cutting out

Take the ipod out of the case

Take the ipod out of the case

And turn the case upside down

And turn the case upside down

Take chalk or pencil , something that can rub/ wash off the fabric , and mark around the case

Take chalk or pencil , something that can rub/ wash off the fabric , and mark around the case

Sorry but i washed and pressed the fabric cause i forgot before , ... But u can still see the line of chalk

Sorry but i washed and pressed the fabric cause i forgot before , ... But u can still see the line of chalk

Okie , take what ever you can find to build your monster >.< , .. Usually two different size buttons as eyes look great

Okie , take what ever you can find to build your monster >.< , .. Usually two different size buttons as eyes look great

The rings in the last step can be replaced with just string

The rings in the last step can be replaced with just string

Mark where you want to put certain decorations

Mark where you want to put certain decorations

Im doing the eyes first , take your button and needle and thread

Im doing the eyes first , take your button and needle and thread

Thread it through the button holes and Make sure its tight and pull the fabric if it creases up

Thread it through the button holes and Make sure its tight and pull the fabric if it creases up

Stitch the second button onto the fabric

Stitch the second button onto the fabric

Now if you want to use the rings instead of the plain string and thread here's what to do

Now if you want to use the rings instead of the plain string and thread here's what to do

Take your pliers and open it

Take your pliers and open it

Then take your fabric and punch a hole through it with your needle

Then take your fabric and punch a hole through it with your needle

Push the ring through the hole and tighten it with the pliers

Push the ring through the hole and tighten it with the pliers

Put your string through the rings and tie at the ends of the last rings ,

Put your string through the rings and tie at the ends of the last rings ,

If your using just string cut enough string so you can fold it

If your using just string cut enough string so you can fold it

And keep on folding but measure it to the draw out on the fabric to make sure its not to long or not to short

And keep on folding but measure it to the draw out on the fabric to make sure its not to long or not to short

Stitch your folded string onto the fabric any way u desire , in a smile , frown or angry , u can add eyebrows if u want to as well

Stitch your folded string onto the fabric any way u desire , in a smile , frown or angry , u can add eyebrows if u want to as well

Trim the fabric while sizing up to the case

Trim the fabric while sizing up to the case

Stitch stitch stitch

Stitch stitch stitch

Stitch around the sides , .. If u can find a better way to get the fabric onto the case , u should do it

Stitch around the sides , .. If u can find a better way to get the fabric onto the case , u should do it

Finish , .. My bean bag monster , i'll apply fake blood and whatever , and nope this wasnt for halloween i just like this sorta stuff

Finish , .. My bean bag monster , i'll apply fake blood and whatever , and nope this wasnt for halloween i just like this sorta stuff

Add fake blood , .. Use a marker on your fabric and put hot glue over it like so ---->

  • Cloth
  • Scissors
  • Embroidery thread
  • Plain rubber case
  • Needle and thread
  • Buttons
  • Pliers
  • Chalk
  • Pencil