Sometimes I pick my last waking moments to tackle a project. Case in point: this camera sleeve. I like to keep our point-and-shoot in my purse so it's on hand for any possible photo opportunities. Unfortunately, when I also throw in the car keys, the screen is likely to get scratched. My small purse can't fit a bulky camera case, so this simple sleeve was born!
I decided to throw measuring out the window and eyeballed it. Then I folded the fabric in half to see how straight (or crooked) I cut. Did pretty well this time! :-)
Step Three: Fold the entire piece of fabric in half (right sides facing) and stitch up the sides with a 1/2" seam allowance if your camera is thin, or 1/4"seam allowance if your camera is thick.
Optional: You could feed a string through the top seam if you want a drawstring pouch, but I left mine out so I can easily slip the camera out for those quick photo ops.