I stitched the hexagons together kind of like a zipper to make a tube.
I pieced the batting layer together with a herringbone stitch.
Next, I stitched the bottom together and took out the paper templates.
I like the no binding flip edge, so I used it again on this for the top edging/flap.
I stitched the inside lining closed on top of the batting (it’s still inside out at this point).
Here it is right side out, needing two rows of quilting, where it was joined together.
Next I had to finish the quilting on the front where it was joined.
I also did a line of quilting along the top flap and the bottom edge.
To keep the flap closed, I attached three Velcro dots. Velcro is called magic tape here.
Have you guessed what this little pouch is made for? It’s specially made for Ted’s iPad mini.
That’s not the end of the story. I wasn’t sure that Ted would close the Velcro properly and I didn’t want the iPad to fall out of the pouch, so I added some little elastic shoulders that would easily stretch to put the iPad in or take it out, but not let it accidently fall out. Now - Finished!