Bohemian iPhone Case Tutorial
This bohemian iPhone case can work for any phone. If you have an old bag or jacket made of leather you can use some leather parts to create a beautiful iPhone case. These are the supplies that you’ll be using: pieces of leather, white cotton yarn, a pair of scissors, Cropodile, one strip of white crocheted lace, a magnetic button and some fabric glue. You will now have to decide on the length and width of your iPhone case. Cut two rectangle pieces of leather that have the desired measurements. Put the two pieces one over each other and then use Corpodile to punch holes on both sides and at the bottom of the case. Use the white yarn to stitch through the holes. Cut a piece of leather that you’ll be using for the closure. Take into consideration the fact that you’ll have to fold the leather behind the button, making sure the back of the magnetic button can’t be seen. Use the fabric glue to stick the folded leather on top of each other. Now you can put the other side of the magnetic button on the button that is already on the leather piece and just push down. Now you have an idea on where to place the button. Use Cropodile to make two small holes and push the button through them. You should glue another piece of fabric on the back of the button; this way the button won’t scratch your iPhone. The last step is the easiest: you can glue the cotton lace on the leather case and you’re done.