I mentioned before that I found it much easier to sew than to pack for our trip! One thing I made was this sleeve for my beloved CR-48 notebook.
I used the same technique I outlined in my laptop cozy tutorial, but I left out the batting and skipped the quilting step. The dual layer of fleece offers a decent amount of protection, and it was faster to put together – important since I was supposed to be packing!
Incidentally, we should be landing in Boston right around when this post goes live – time to start
MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.
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Ooh, this reminds me that I’ve been meaning to make myself a laptop sleeve for way too long. I cringe every time I slide the unprotected tech-hunk into my general-purpose tote bag…
P.S. That whole sewing when one should be packing sounds quite familiar! : )
Loved this netbook sleeve of yours, amazing work:)
This week, we read books and did a craft to celebrate Earth’s Day – http://blog.memetales.com/2011/04/earths-day-kids-craft-and-books/
OH, forgot, I like your new header picture!
Crafting is much more fun than packing:-). As always something genius and handmade by YOU!
Love the little heart on your notebook!
This looks very cozy. I hope the flight back went well
Oh, and welcome back home!! :)
I love your craft projects! Your notebook looks so snuggly.
Hope you finished all your packing! The notebook sleeve looks great.
Creating and crafting is so much more rewarding than packing and easier to make a priority!
Packing ahead of time is over-rated anyway :)
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