I did a Google web search, and found this FREE pattern from Sew Can She for an iPad sleeve, inspired by a Vera Bradley bag, and changed the dimensions to fit my light-box. It worked out quite well, and now I have a stylish , nice-fitting sleeve & can slide it onto my shelf for storage. It has Annie's Soft and Stable inside, which I highly recommend using inside any bag or basket you make, rather than batting. Some friends, who are EXCELLENT bag makers, told me to always use it, and they are right.
I also made a little velcro-closure cord-keeper, as the power cord for it is too bulky for storing in any case. That has a left-over scrap of Soft & Stable inside & a coordinating fabric to my bag. I LOVE cord-keepers, and have made quite a few. The first ones had batting in, but the Soft & Stable has much better body, while staying soft. Interfacing can be too stiff or too thin. You want thecord keeper to have soft body. I use cord keepers for my phone charger cord & my Kindle charger. Keeps things nice & tidy, especially while traveling. Easy to throw your cord in your purse that way.
The outside can be one piece of fabric & quilted, like I did, because this Japanese fabric is TOO darn cute to cut up, OR you could piece a mini quilt, quilt it, then cut it into the two pieces that you need. You could even do just a smaller amount of piecing or pieced strip set into a larger piece of pretty fabric on one side or both. So think about that. You could make this sleeve for Kindle, iPad, other tablets, or a laptop or any other flatish device. I thought this amount of cushioning was nice (one layer of Soft & Stable) but you could double it, or use one layer of that & add a layer of batting, for extra protection.
Here's a glimpse of the inside. Pick fun fabrics, the more, the better. You at least need 3 for the top, a lining fabric & binding fabric.
As to the cord-keepers, here is a link to the pattern I used, by Leafy Treetop. Really easy & very useful. They make cute little gifts too. You could even use them for cords that are too long on your appliances, like a TV or lamp. They are HANDY DANDY, and you need some!
Have a great week and remember to SEW for your MENTAL HEALTH!!