This pattern leaves a space approximately 4 inches by 2 inches by .5 inches for the camera to sit in, so adjust accordingly if you choose to make one for a larger camera.
You will need:
- 1/2" foam core
- (2) 3x5 pieces
- (2) 3x1 pieces
- (2) 4x1 pieces
- Fabric scraps
- Needle and Thread
- Velcro dots
- Cut two pieces of fabric 9" by 5.5" for the outer shell.
- Then, cut two small squares out of the lower two corners, each approximately 1" by 1". Your fabric will look approximately like this, a picture I got from a Fiskars Beach Bag Pattern.
- Cut two pieces of fabric 7" by 4.5" for the liner.
- Then, cut two small squares out of the lower two corners, each approximately .5" by .5". All four pieces will look alike, just of different sizes.
- Place each set with the right sides together and sew down the sides and bottom of each set with a half-inch seam allowance, as seen in the picture above. Iron the seams open.
- In each bottom corner, seam the edges together to finish the box, again with a half-inch seam allowance. I mention how to do this is my Carry-On Bag Liner Tutorial.
- Take an extra piece of fabric, at least 5" wide, and longer, and fold it in half the long way, so that there's a 5" fold. Sew down each side. Turn it right-side out, press open, and sew the open end to one side of the bigger section, with a 1/4inch seam allowance, so that when it's folder over, the "lid" will pop out.
- Iron the open tops of both sections over toward the inside. Only iron in about a quarter-inch over.
- Turn the bigger set right-side out and fill it with the foam core. The biggest pieces go on the sides, and then line each end with a 3x1 piece. Put a 4x1 piece on the bottom of the set, leaving one 4x1 piece out.
- Place the liner inside the foam core and pin the two seams along the side and one pin in the middle of each side. With a needle and thread, hand sew across the top of the pressed sides. In each corner, sew over more fabric of the outside section in order to make sure they line up. See picture to the right.
- Atatch Velcro dots to lid and body, and place camera inside. You will need to place the last piece of foam across the top to keep it steady.