Hey guys, it’s Clara from online Fabric store Making fabric book covers is super quick and easy I’m going to make one for this textbook, but you can make them for any binder, journal, or hardcover book. so let’s get started. The materials you’ll need are: fabric, thread, scissors, a tape measure, a fabric marker, pins, and an iron. With the book closed measure from the edge of the back cover around to the edge of the front. That’s 19 inches for this book. Also measure the height which is 11 inches here. Add 8 inches to the width and 2 inches to the height and cut out a piece of fabric that’s this size. So my piece is 27 by 13 inches. I’m using an outdoor fabric for this textbook because it’s durable and water and stain resistant. You could also use a lightweight cotton print or a drapery fabric Fold in the ends about a quarter of an inch and iron. Sew down the fold on both sides. Lay the book flat on the right side of the fabric and center it. There should be about four inches or a little less on the sides. Fold the fabric in over the ends of the cover and pin on the top and bottom. Make sure it fits when closed. Mark a line about an eighth of an inch from the top and bottom of the book on all corners. Sew on the marked lines. Clip the excess fabric from the corners and turn right side out. Iron the ends flat. Fold the top and bottom in to match the pockets and iron. Slide the cover into the pockets and the fabric book cover is done. This is great back-to-school project to protect and beautify all your books and binders, but if you’re no longer in school, you can still use book covers in a decorative way on your shelves or coffee table. Thanks for watching this OFS project.