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Reviewed by:Margaret
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Posted on:12/16/11 10:58 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 8 people   
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Annette1 said... (12/17/11 6:06 PM) Reply
You write the best reviews, and I agree with Renren 100%! Your case has turned out JUST RIGHT with your alterations, and I especially appreciate the detailed photo of same. :o)
Margaret said... (12/17/11 4:12 PM) Reply
Thanks, everyone! Jan, I think the pattern has been around for a while and yes, it does look like the phone and mp3 player in particular may be kind of big (at least compared to current non-smart-phones). Fortunately it's not terribly difficult to resize, although it would have been nice if they'd included instructions for that.
LorrieAnn said... (12/17/11 1:07 PM) Reply
Well done! Very nice fabric print matching.
JEF said... (12/17/11 8:27 AM) Reply
Great review and a very good looking bag. I really like the green you chose.
Terri A said... (12/16/11 4:47 PM) Reply
Very nice! Your alterations look so precise.
marec said... (12/16/11 3:40 PM) Reply
Very helpful review! Thanks Margaret...this is why I *bought* a laptop bag last time. Now I can use your review to help my aging mental processes :-)
Rhonda in Montreal said... (12/16/11 2:58 PM) Reply
Laptops have sleeves?? ;/
treefrog said... (12/16/11 2:51 PM) Reply
You did a great job matching the pattern on the flap to the front of the bag. It's interesting about the mix up with the interfacing/padding.
jannw said... (12/16/11 1:09 PM) Reply
Very nice case..I di wonder if the pattern was made several years ago before these items shrunk dramatically..ran into the same thing with my Kindle!
Judy Kski said... (12/16/11 1:02 PM) Reply
I knew there had to be a pattern out there for all these devices. Thanks for pointing it out and reviewing it.
renren said... (12/16/11 12:27 PM) Reply
I have this pattern and so am glad to have the opportunity of learning from your experience. It's a very cute bag you have created. I seriously think you should offer your excellent critical skills (reading, writing, sewing) as a freelance consultation service to these pattern companies.
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