Sewphisti-Cat SC-27 "Sew Easy iPad Tote"

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Sewphisti-Cat SC-27 "Sew Easy iPad Tote" Pattern


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Sewing: Sewphisti-Cat SC-27 'Sew Easy iPad Tote'
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • General Sewing Skills

Pattern Description:

"The Sew Easy i-Pad Tote" is the perfect carrier for your tablet be it the i-Pad or other brand. Both the top opening and the roomy back pocketare kept secure with full-width zippers that are easy to apply and the front has an open pocket that's great for papers, etc. The handle is fully adjustable for shoulder or cross-body wear.

Construction is easy and, best of all, the zipper installations are absolutely painless - no need for a zipper foot! The detailed instructions include step-by-step color photos that completely explain the entire construction process. It's like having a private teacher. Experiment with colors and fabrics. Now you'll be able to carry your i-Pad in style by making a tote to match every outfit & occasion.

"The Sew Easy i-Pad Tote" pattern features step-by-step color photos explaining the entire construction process -like having your own personal instructor in an envelope.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 11" W x 10" H


  • 1 yd Main Fabric (Exterior Back, Back Zipper Pocket Linings, Front Pocket, Handle, and Handle Tabs)
  • 2/3 yd Coordinating Fabric (Exterior Front and Interior Lining)
  • 1/3 yd "Inn Control" or similar Fleece Alternative - 58" Wide (you may substitute polyester fleece/batting, if unavailable)
  • 1/3 yd Polyester Fleece/Batting - 45" Wide
  • 1/3 yd Light- to Mid-Weight Interfacing - 27" Wide
  • (2) Zippers - Minimum Length 14"
  • (2) 1" D-Rings
  • (1) 1" Slider
  • (1) 1/2" Magnetic Snap
  • Decorative Button *OPTIONAL*

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