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|Author||Aivilo Charlotte Designs|
This lovely laptop bag is perfect for those who are tired of the utilitarian look so many laptop bags have! The bold bow on the front lends style while the elastic topped pocket on the back carries your power cord, files, or other essentials.
Basic sewing skills are needed, but it's pretty easy to sew for those who have a couple of projects under their belts! The bag closes with a very easy to sew button and elastic loop.
Measuring instructions are included, so this pattern will work for any sized laptop or device!
*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making a laptop bag. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
The pattern seemd to jump around from one section to another section an then back to the original section. Did not like that part of the pattern. Overall the bag turned out okay. If I make another bag I will do a little wider and softer straps, maybe fusible fleece so it has some padding and not so stiff.
Easy to make, even for a beginner...I make all kinds of purses and bags and this one was refreshingly well explained, and fit my laptop perfectly! Will be making this one again soon!
1 ½ yard focus fabric*
1 yard lining fabric*
1 yard 45” wide fusible fleece interfacing*
1/2 yard batting (optional – if extra padding is desired)
1 pack of 3/4” wide elastic
6” of 1/4” wide elastic
1 1/2” or larger button (a button with a shank works best; fabric covered buttons are an easy
and very pretty option)
erasable marker or pencil
* Instructions are given for measuring your laptop and making a bag that's a custom fit. The yardages above will be sufficient for most projects, but if your laptop is much larger than average, it might be necessary to purchase extra fabric.
You *may* make Aivilo bags and clothing items for sale, in limited production. If selling online, I simply ask that you put "design by AiviloCharlotte Designs" in your listings. The epatterns are protected by copyright, and not to be duplicated or shared in any way.