I guess you could use these for anything really, I started out making one for my iPhone because they're just to expensive, I'm not paying $40 for a case! But I also realized that I could fit my pump in there so all I need to do is integrate some kind of clip to hoof it to a belt loop or something of the like. I've added velcro since I've taken the pictures, so they do close and stay closed. Here's what I have so far (feel free to inquire!):






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Comment by Domo! on April 28, 2009 at 1:19pm
very cute!! I wish i knew how to sew. I might have to have you make me a cool asian case for my supplies!
Comment by kelly kunik on April 28, 2009 at 3:03pm
CUTE-My brand new iphone is charging as I type-I'll keep you in mind!
Comment by Jami a.k.a Sugar Zomby on April 28, 2009 at 3:28pm
Well they don't come out exactly perfect, I'm still perfecting my technique but hey if you're okay with that, lol, then sure!
Comment by Jami a.k.a Sugar Zomby on April 28, 2009 at 3:31pm
Oh nice! I got my iPhone two months ago, I love it!
Comment by Jami a.k.a Sugar Zomby on April 29, 2009 at 2:45pm
I feel like I'm talking to myself, lol, I have more comments on my blog from myself at this point. Any who, I suppose if anyone would like I could make these for a small fee (to cover materials and such). Just send me a private message and tell me what kind of design you would like.

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