I'm so excited to finally launch a new pattern! It's been a couple of years since I've released a new pattern and I've been so busy I haven't had time to put my pattern ideas together and get them ready for use. I'm taking advantage of the slower sales season (before the big holiday ramp up) to get some things out for my sewing friends.
Here is my new "Tech-Style" (say it a few times and it will make sense) PDF Pattern for the iPad and Kindle! I've sewn and sold more of these on etsy than I can count and still get requests for them but, as with many of my patterns, I got tired of making them so I retired the design with the intention of making them available as patterns. I currently sell the version with the pocket but the ruffled one got old for me. I still get requests and since you are welcome to use my patterns for individual sales, you are free to put some out there for the folks who still want them (just give me credit for the design).
The pattern (instant downloadable PDF) includes two styles, which I haven't seen in any other pattern (plus the ruffle is my own original design) so it's a great value at $8.00. Right now it's in my Fabritopia Etsy shop but I'll be making it available through pattern sites soon.
Here is a sample page so you can get a look at some of the illustrations. All the pages (9 total) except the cover are black and white (and grey) so it's very easy on your printer's ink. There are over 40 detailed illustrations. I really cringe when I have to print a lot of colored pages so you'll like this if that's a concern for you too.
Here is a close up shot of the ruffles. They really are so feminine and soft looking and since they're cut on the bias there is no hemming needed for the edges (but they never unravel).
It looks beautiful in solid fabrics too. This is just a nice tan linen and it's a more classic look than the printed fabric.
And one of the best parts....it includes dimensions for the regular iPad (fits those with speck covers as well), mini iPad, and every version of the Kindle from it's first release up to the current release. If you have a differnt type of small device there are such a variety of dimensions in this pattern I'm sure you will find a size that fits. You will be set for one of a kind Christmas gifts with this pattern (and it doesn't take much fabric at all).
Let me know if you're as excited as I am! If not I'll try to understand.
If you're interested in using the pattern to make things to sell and need some ideas on how to price them just contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It's a great way to make some money, especially with all the holiday shopping and boutiques just around the corner.