This is my first one. Of course, I did not follow the directions exactly : ) I never do. Two more visible changes I made were using a ponytail holder for the closure instead of the bias loop, and I added an additional pocket big enough to hold the nook. This will allow me to slide it in there for better protection of the screen if necessary. Internally I did not use the batting/interfacing combination. Instead I used something I already had, can't remember what it is called. It is the extremely heavy, thick craft interfacing. It is not fusible fleece, but very heavy.
I found this very difficult to turn, and my machine would not topstitch due to the thickness. I need to try something different next time. I do like how it has smaller slots for id/debit card, etc, but would like to see a spot for pen/pencil, and maybe a notebook. I can also slip my reading glasses in one of the pockets and it still closes.
I will probably be doing another one in the next few months after using this one, and figuring out what changes I want.
You will notice the customized picture on the front of the nook. Axelgirl made custom screen savers for her dad and me, so that we could tell them apart. I think she did an excellent job.
All fabrics are from Joanns ever shrinking wall of quilting fabrics.
Nook Cover Closed
Nook Cover Outisde, laying flat
Nook Cover Inside, showing added pocket
Nook cover Inside, with Nook in place