by Sara N.
Let's face it: Your e-reader is a bit like a TARDIS. It's a lightweight piece of technology that holds thousands of books. Ergo, it's bigger on the inside.
With e-readers dropping in price and becoming more ubiquitous, this may be the year that you give (or receive) a Kindle or a Nook for Christmas. So why not wrap it in a familiar blue telephone box?
The Internet is full of instructions for knitting a cover, or crafting it out of fabric and old books. And non-crafty types will also find a few covers available for purchase.
Eveywiechert made this Kindle cover from an old book and a felt piece. Instructions are here.
knitted this cozy for the Nook or Kindle by adapting Swallowed by
Sky's pattern for TARDIS socks, which is available on Ravelry.
Nook users: Here's a cover trekkiesara made with an old book and blue suede-ish fabric. Instructions are here
This Kindle cover is made by re-purposing an old notebook. Emilexicon has step-by-step instructions.
has a lovely Kindle cover styled to look like River Song's diary. It's
sold out, but perhaps your fervent email pleas will move him/her to make
Another etsy item, this one an iPad cozy from MyFunkyCamelot.
This crafter has tons of Doctor Who-inspired merch, including
Adipose iPod covers and Dalek wine bottle covers and skirts (!).