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L@ptop Bag


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Pattern Details

Do you take your laptop computer out and about with you yet tired of that boring black bag? Protect your laptop while remaining fashion forward with the L@PTOP Bag! Create this unique carrying case that includes a handle, adjustable shoulder strap and pocket for accessories. The L@PTOP Bag pattern works for any size laptop based on a few simple measurements. Great for students, professionals, and even for taking to computer class. If you follow the basic measurements provided your L@PTOP Bag be finish approximately 11" x 17" NOTE: All based on a 15" wide computer - Measurements might alter based on measurements plugged into chart. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Measure and cut materials with rotary cuter and ruler, have basic sewing skills, follow the steps of a pattern, be open to learning two new techniques on zipper insertion, comfortable with pressing iron on batting and fusible interfacing! We are going to have fun!! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Final measurements aprox 11" x 17"

Recommended with this pattern

  • All based on a 15" wide computer: 1-1/2 yds Material (Exterior, Pocket, Strap), 1yd (Lining), 1yd (Iron on Batting/fusible fleece), 1yd (iron on woven interfacing)
  • 2 - zippers (5" longer than laptop width - 22"), 2 - 1" swivel hooks, 1 - 1" slider, 2 - 1" D-Rings

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Sue OVery Designs
Sue O'Very began her career as a costume designer and is now the owner and designer of Sue OVery Designs, previously Sealed With A Stitch®. After years of working in the design field, Sue became a sales manager for a sewing machine dealer, and then served as a National Educator for Babylock, USA. Sue worked many years in the home sewing industry then expanded her horizons to travel the globe and developed her expertise as a fashion and accessory designer. During that time, Sue gained experience working with unique and challenging textiles including leather. In 2010, Sue left the corporate world of fashion design to devote full attention to running her small business, now Sue OVery Designs. She offers a complete line of sewing patterns, embroidery designs, In The Hoop projects and clever line of Serge~Broidery® products. Here, she merges the serger and embroidery machine to become best friends in creating beautiful works of art that cannot be completed without both machines! Sue has been published multiple times in magazines such as Designs in Machine Embroidery and Creative Machine Embroidery, and continues to push the envelope of creativity. She loves teaching in-person classes, here on Craftsy and through her own YouTube Channel, Sue loves to draw, digitize, sew, and create new and different projects. What she loves even more is being with sewing students and machine embroidery enthusiasts. Sues real passion is sharing the tips, techniques, and tools that make sewing easy and fun. If you ever get the opportunity to meet Sue, you will find she is full of life, sewing knowledge and a few jokes too! Find out more about Sue on her website,