Custom Game Case, from Unused Koozie

2018-05-29 17:12 - Making

The pair of source Koozies, with the Game Boy Micro on top. Top sewn up, bottom cut open, sides sewn. Flipped right side out. Tucked in. Flap closed.

Several months ago I got a pair of Koozies, which have sat unused since then. More recently I've pulled out my Game Boy Micro, which has no protective case, unlike most of my portable devices. I realized that the Koozie was the right sort of material, soft and padded, and almost exactly the right size. So I cut one side of the bottom off, sewed closed the top, and sewed the sides in closer, to be the right size. After flipping it right side out and confirming a good fit, I trimmed what was the bottom of the Koozie down, to be a flap which I can tuck in to cover the open side. It worked out quite nicely!

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