I love buying fabric, yarns and all sorts of interesting craft items. Pattern making gives me an excuse to keep adding to my stash, as I "need" a good selection to make my samples with. When I'm not ...
I love buying fabric, yarns and all sorts of interesting craft items. Pattern making gives me an excuse to keep adding to my stash, as I "need" a good selection to make my samples with. When I'm not making patterns of one kind or another, I enjoy weaving, drawing and writing, and playing with my dogs. Occasionally I like to make a large batch of a few of my favorite pattern items and take them to a few local craft fairs. Always fun to meet new people!View all patterns by designer (48) »
If you have a brand new iPad, or know someone who does, you'll want to protect it! Keep it safe when you carry it around or set it down, by storing it in a bag made just for an iPad. After I got my iPad I wanted a good case for it and didn't like anything that was available, so decided to make my own. I enjoy quilting, and liked the idea of the soft padded protection it would offer, so made myself a quilted iPad bag. Before it was even finished, my sister saw it and wanted one, so I made one for her too. After I made a few, I decided to create the pattern so anyone can make their own bag in their favorite colors.
Pattern has complete easy to follow, step-by-step illustrated instructions, so even if you're a beginning quilter you'll be able to make this bag. You'll need cotton fabric, batting, and thread, plus heavy duty webbing if you don't want fabric straps. Bag has a flap top that tucks nicely under the straps. Overall size is 8-1/2 x 11-1/2 when closed. If you don't have an iPad, it also makes a pretty cute little handbag!