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Take-Two Tech Pouch

$9.99

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PATTERN DETAILS

A clever tote to hold your tech gear sized to fit tablets, eReaders, cell phones or business cards. Fast and easy to make with 2 pockets one for your electronics and the other for whatever else you need to carry. Construct from Crossroads Denim, recycled denim, quilters cotton or felt. The raw edge construction makes this a fast and stylish project. Closed sizes: Business Card: 4 1/4" W x 3 1/4" H; Cell Phone: 4" W x 5 1/4" H; eReader: 7" W x 8" H; Tablet: 9" W x 10 1/2" H Connect with Indygo Junction and receive rewards! Sign up for our eNewsletter to receive a FREE downloadable eBook & DISCOUNT CODE for your next order! PLUS "Like" us on Facebook & receive an additional FREE ePattern! Visit our website & blog for more giveaways, freebies, how-to videos & tutorials!

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Amy Barickman
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