from Lidija Miklavcic
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Body Phone Tote on one shoulder, with phone pocket and smaller tote at the bottom. On front body belt you have a pocket flap for hiding headphone cables. The idea is to have somewhere on you the phone and that it is safe and easy to reach when you get the phone. I also did put a small tote at the end for all the other small stuff, that you need to take with you.
When I did design this pattern main idea was to have a phone tote, and something that is easy to take with you, something that you could hide the headphone cables and the most important to have hands free for other stuff. Just to have it with you and that you don't need to thing about it. Also it is easy to stand or sit down. Because I want to protect the phone I did make a phone pocket flap with Velcro closure, so you could run to catch the bus or train. Because I'm still old school I did make a side pen pocket, so you could decide if you will make it or not, but you will get the instructions with it. I do like the patterns to be a little bit flexible, so you could make your own mark on it. But I do suggest to use Velcro for phone pocket, so you wont damage the phone with rivet buttons or something. But for the rest of the pockets you could use them or buttons too. So you will get a little bit more personal look.
Pattern is made for A4 pdf. printer settings and also for Letter size printer settings, and you will also get step by step photo instructions from start to finish. But the best part is that you could make this tote for your different outfits in your favorite fabric print color combination, or in one color, that go everywhere.
As always the pattern is downloadable, so you could start playing with your fabric stash right away. Enjoy.
This pattern is for personal use only. COMMERCIAL USE IS PROHIBITED. (c)Lidija Miklavcic 2013
As a kid I want to do everything by myself....and I still live like this, except, now I want to play also with others and I love to show and teach how to play with fabric, so I did start to work on sewing step by step tutorials with my own patterns.
Will you play with me? Come, the fun is starting...