A friend recently got a very adorable EEE PC and asked me to make her a bag to tote it around town in. It’s a version of a bag that she asked me for ages ago, with specific requirements for many, many, many, many (did I say many?) pockets, a nice long strap, and ample room for stuff. Two young boys means lots of crayons, toys, and books to carry around, nevermind the PC plus the wallet-keys-cellphone trifecta.
When you open the top flap, you get to a double-set of pockets, perfect for cell phone, iPod, mini-lightsabers, or what have you. Two big, two small:
Inside is the padded home for the EEE PC, complete with velcro strap, in case one of the boys chooses to toss the Bee Bag around in a Star Wars Death Star explosion simulation. Hard to see, but the inside has several pockets, too, as well as a little key holder strap.
In other news, I’ve been busily in summertime mode these days, soaking up the rays after a solid month of rain, dealing with a few projects around the house, and in stranger news, slowly adopting a running habit.
I’m thinking that part’s not really going to last.
Later this month I’m signed up for a bookbinding workshop with the Bee Bag owner, Peachfest with some friends, a birthday celebration with my family, some long bike rides, and, best of all, loads and loads of blueberry baking, thanks to a special delivery of pounds upon pounds of fresh-picked Maine blueberries from my brother and sister-in-law.
In the meantime I’ll be working through some new orders that have come in, which is always fun and will keep me busy!Posted by robyn on August 21st, 2009 under crafts, sewing
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