I have just released my new sewing pattern for a Kindle cover. Its quite adaptable and comes with size options for a whole host of e-reader and mini tablet size versions.
It has an ear bud pocket and an ingenious inlet for headphone jack or charging cord at the bottom.
It also makes a really cute bag – can you believe I have been using it when I walk the dog (not with a cable sticking out of the bottom, but poop bags) – everyone keeps stopping me and asking where I got it from. Obviously this has given me the idea to adapt a version of this to a dog walkers bag sewing pattern later, but we digress!
Its an easy pattern so it’s great for beginners, and comes with full instructions to make either a wrist strap, cross-body or neck strap.
It is fully lined, with a little wadding to save your device from knocks
A seperate pocket at the front keeps your headphones or charging lead handy.
Your device can be charged whilst still in its case thanks to a handy cord inlet at the bottom
You can grab the pattern here
Happy Sewing Everyone !
So…I’m thinking about storage solutions for my new studio (currently being built – jumps up and down with excitement), I thought it would be fun to do a round-up of stitchable storage patterns. I am going to be making a few of these myself – everything matchy-matchy to start with of course.
Reversible sewing basket from eHow
Bubble Pods Pattern from Beth Studley
The Oslo craft bag from Sew Sweetness
The Sewing Project Bag from ricracsews
Flared Top Baskets From Around the Bobbin
Happy sewing everyone !
I am happy to announce the launch of my PDF Sewing pattern for The convertible Mini Messenger Bag (it also converts to a wristlet).
I designed this bag especially for my own needs, something I couldn’t find – I wanted something that wasn’t too big, but where I could easily organise and find everything on a day or night out. Tiny clutch bags and phone pouches just don’t hold all your essentials, I wanted something just that wee bit larger but without bulk. A cross body bag for the day that converts into a wristlet or clutch for the evening.
So I present my Mini Messenger bag pattern – the perfect option. It is perfect if you want a hands free bag or wristlet to carry your wallet, phone, keys, lipstick etc, though it is surprisingly accommodating for its size.
This pouch has a back zipper pocket and a front phone pocket, inside credit card slots and a glasses/gadget pocket, along with a roomy main zippered compartment.
Make it with an adjustable cross body strap, or a wrist strap, or both!
Wear it across the body in the day and change to the wrist strap for a night out
The beautifully padded exterior with a top zip closure keeps everything safe and in its place.
You can find the pattern here