Laptop Sleeve

23 January 2012

The last time I was in my local quilt shop I spied Melody Miller's new line, Ruby Star Shining.  I couldn't pass it up, but I limited myself to two prints.  I was so hard to choose between all of her amazing fabrics.


Well I opted for the vintage clocks with the teal background and a mainly orange fabric with tan dots.  They were too cute together.  I had no idea what I was going to make with them, but I knew I would think of something!  So here's what I put together.


I used Amy Hodge's, Laptop Sleeve Tutorial, and I was so pleased with the results.  The tutorial was so easy to follow and I completed this project in just a couple of hours.  The fabrics are absolutely perfect, I can't wait to go pick up a couple more.   I absolutely adore those typewriters!



I will be linking this project up with ...

9 comments:

  1. I love it! Will have to check out the tutorial next.

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  2. That looks so good! I love those fabrics together! Great choice! And good job limiting yourself. It's way too hard for me to resist buying more fabric. ;)

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  3. looks great! i keep meaning to make something like this for myself. I think this will inspire me to finally do it!

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  4. Very cute! Love that fabric too!

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  5. Love the Apple cozy! I made several similar ones over the holidays.

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  6. Love it, great fabric, I'm definitely going to check out that tutorial.

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