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  THE JACKIE CAMERA CASE TUTORIAL With matching lens cozyCreated by Lindsey Marcella of PLEASE FEEL FREE TO MAKE, GIVE, SELL ITEMS MADE FROM THIS TUTORIAL  WWW.LINQUES.TYPEPAD.COM The Jackie Camera Case Tutorial   2   THE PERFECT CAMERA CASE FOR  YOUR SLR DIGITAL CAMERA I finally made the leap from a point and shoot camera to an SLR. I didn’t want to buy  just any old ugly camera case though, so I searched the internet for a tutorial. Can you believe I couldn’t find anything?I decided to put my design background to use and make my own. Since I wanted a bag big enough to hold both the body of the camera and the lens, I decided I needed a lens cozy too. I wouldn’t want the lens banging up against the camera, now would I?There’s nothing ahh-mazing about this pattern other than the fact that it does the  job I was looking for. If you have basic sewing skills you can make one. I made this pattern for anyone to use, so please use it for whatever you’d like.No SLR? This makes a great clutch too! SUPPLIES NEEDED               Remember: this supply list is based on my camera. You may need more or less of each item if your camera is a different size. 1. FABRIC 1/2 yard exterior fabric1/2 yard lining fabric 2. BATTING 22”x15” scrap of batting 3. BINDING 3/4” fold over binding, about 3 yards(I made my own to match) 4. VELCRO 1” square piece of velcro 5. BUTTON 1 button for embellishment 6. SEWING SUPPLIES  All the goodies: thread, scissors, needle, etc.  WWW.LINQUES.TYPEPAD.COM The Jackie Camera Case Tutorial   3 1. MAKE YOUR PATTERN PIECES                      You want to make sure the case and lens cozy fit your camera, or else you will put in all of this hard work for nothing! All curved edges were free handed - feel free to use a rounded object as a template for your curves, or eyeball it like me. Note: All seam allowances are 1/4” and are included in measurements. 2. QUILT YOUR SELECTED FABRIC Make a quilt sandwich with batting in between, and quilt all layers using your preferred quilting method. 3. CUT OUT THE PATTERN PIECES FOR THE CASE You will need 1 main case piece and 2 side panel pieces at this time.   Main Camera CaseCut 1 from quilted materialSide PanelsCut 2 from quilted materialLens CozyCut 1 from quilted material 9 ” 15 3/4 ” 3 7/8 ” 4 3/4”10 1/2 ” 3 3/4 ” CAMERA CASE  WWW.LINQUES.TYPEPAD.COM The Jackie Camera Case Tutorial   4 4. BIND THE EXPOSED EDGES -Bind the top straight edges of the 2 side panel pieces.-Bind the short straight edge of the main case piece. 5. SEW THE SIDE PANELS TO THE MAIN CASE PIECE This is not difficult, but takes a little more explanation:5a. Line up the straight, bound edge of 1 side panel with the short, straight bound edge of the main case piece, right sides together.5b. Begin stitching the two pieces together at the bound, straight edges.5c. Once you get to the first curved edge (marked in the photo with the star), you will need to begin easing the curves to the straight edge. This may seem finicky at first, but keep going!5d. Continue stitching in the side panel until you reach it’s top, bound edge again. Backstitch securely.5e. Repeat on the other side with the second side panel.

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