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Sew an ipad cover that is also a hip shoulder bag that doubles as a stand for your gadget!
The covers are fairly easy to put together, (I would classify it as an intermediate pattern) and if you have any questions, feel free to email me. I am always happy to help!
**Remember, DO NOT SCALE when you print. Your printer might tell you that "some clipping may occur"... ignore it. Keep scaling OFF!!**
simple and perfect
Made this for my nephew as a satchel for his sheet music, he loved it. I did have a little trouble following the instructions and pattern as they were terribly clear, but it all worked out in the end, the grey matter was definitely engaged and I had to change a few things to make it work/make sense. I would not recommend this pattern to a new sewer.
Poor instructions. Feel I paid for a confused pattern. No steps illustrated. Will not recommend to friends
I have never left a one star rating before. I have been sewing for a long time, and now do it for a living. I use LOTS of E-patterns. The instructions for the bag are not clear, the photographs don't show necessary details, and the pattern pieces are not labeled correctly. There are too many layers of fleece, and I agree with everything the other reviewers mentioned. If I ever make it again I will have to change several things.
I have to agree with the other review. The pattern was hard to follow and the photos did not show clearly what was happening at each step. If you could revise your PDF with better photos and a few more explanations of steps, it would be GREAT! I love the bag but will be changing some things for my next one.
I have to say the pattern instructions were not very clear. There were markings that were missing and had a hard time on trying to figure out where the placements were. If I didn't know how to sew, I would have given up on this pattern. I ended up changing the pattern around to make it work.
The patterns are emailed as a PDF file. It includes 5 pages of step by step instructions and all pattern pieces. All you need is 1/3 yard each main fabric and lining fabric (I used muslin to line mine) and 1/2 yard coordinating fabric for the inside and the strap, 1/3 yard fusible fleece, 2 sheets heavy duty template plastic, 2- 0.5" d rings and 2- 1" swivel clasps, 1- 12" coordinating zipper, thread and a button!
Of course, you are more than welcome to sell (unlimited) covers that you make from this pattern and I would LOVE to see what you make! The pattern itself may not be duplicated and sold under any circumstances.