I got a tablet at work yesterday -- 21st century baby! Since I take my computer to a lot of meetings and bring it home most nights, my new tablet needed some special and, dare I say it, fabulous protection from the elements (a.k.a. me). Something bright and fun.
I pulled out some improv blocks I've been making over the last couple of months and put them together.
The quilting is improv too and done with a dark grey Aurifil #2630. It's a little dodgy (clearly the word of the day) in spots, but this case is going to get used and abused so I'm not fussed about it.
And inside...a perfect reminder to keep things in perspective...and to daydream about quilting. :)
Definitely a TGIFF!
Love it! :-)ReplyDelete
I love everything about that case! Hooray! Thanks for the linky too!ReplyDelete
A great finish - stylish, practical and fun. xxReplyDelete
What an awesome finish! Great choice for lining. Have fun with the new tablet.ReplyDelete
Love the case for your tablet! So fun!ReplyDelete
Nice 'n stylish! Great conversation piece too.ReplyDelete
You gotta be stylin'! I love the bright, bold statement it makes. Thank you for sharing!!ReplyDelete
I love your case. Because it is so pretty and happy, you will be more likely to use it!ReplyDelete
I really like the asymmetry you gave the flap and the inside fabric is such a wonderful reminder of fun things away from work!ReplyDelete
Good choice for the lining!! LOVE IT!!! Thanks for hosting and helping with our Friday motivation!ReplyDelete
Looks Great! How cool to go to serious meetings with a case that fun! :)ReplyDelete
I love the idea of the lining bringing a bit of fun to your work life.ReplyDelete
A case like this is on my list too. I love how yours turned out. Great use of an orphan block.ReplyDelete
Very nice and such fun colours!!ReplyDelete
What a practical project. I really like the "keep calm" pattern inside.ReplyDelete
Love this! I made an envelope style case a few years ago from a pattern in Quilts 'n More. Much nicer than buying one, as you know. I love the Keep Calm fabric inside, dreaming of quilts sure helped me get through many work days (that and dreaming of escaping to Florida lol)ReplyDelete
Neat and your style! Well done!ReplyDelete