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A wee pouch for my laptop

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I wanted to make a pouch to protect my laptop when it leaves the safety of home. I couldn’t find a pattern that I liked, or that was suitable so I worked it out for myself.

I had some pretty embroidered fabric that I got at the NEC a couple of years ago.

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After a rummage, I found some solids that go with it quite nicely.

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I measured the laptop and worked out all the sizes. It didn’t take long to cut out the fabric and then sew them together. I even managed to insert a zip, although that did give me a bit more trouble as it was quite fiddly. I’m really pleased with how it turned out.

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Close up of the zip.

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It’s not what you’d call a professional finish, but it does the job and it isn’t too untidy. The laptop fits in there and is nice and snug. It’s a perfect fit.

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What I’m really happy about is that I started and finished this in one morning. Usually I stop and start projects but this came together so easily that I just kept going. It must be the new machine 🙂

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Author: Carole

The books I read, the things I make, the places I go.

12 thoughts on “A wee pouch for my laptop

  1. well done – like a bug in a rug ^^

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  2. Love that fabric – have never seen any like it! What a great project for your laptop – and in record time! Can’t beat that!

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  3. It’s fabulous! Those colours are my favourites too 🙂

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  4. I love it! It’s really unique.

    (I have that fabric too, it’s cute, isn’t it?)

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