I fought purchasing a Kindle for a long time as I love, love, love reading books. But I have to admit they have their place, so handy to take on travels and with so many great classics free to download, well I felt it would be churlish to refuse.
I must admit I don’t read on it very much but recently Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers was shown on TV, a new adaptation of this much loved childhood read, my daughter advised that the story was only 99p on Kindle. As I do not have my Enid Blyton books anymore, I had to have it. So I found out my Kindle; charged it up and went back in time!
During this read I celebrated my birthday and one gift was a tea-cloth, it was given as fabric to use however, as it was of the wonderful Marianne North. I have used quite a lot of her work as I love it. The tea-cloth would make a rather nice Kindle cover I thought and started straight away..
I rather did it in a haphazard way – if you fancy making one there are plenty of online tutorials (link to just one of many).
So here’s a little slide show of what I did… I didn’t bother with a pocket on my case.. I can’t think why I would need one. The only thing I need when reading is a nice cuppa or glass of something naughty.
Do let me know if you make one!