November 18 ~ Gifts for Tech Lovers

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Today’s gift ideas are perfect for everyone you know who loves their camera, iPhone, iPad and more!

Make It

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Rachel’s iPad Cover utilizes bright and cheery oilcloth at Always a Project.
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Deborah’s Manly Travel Power Cord Roll-Up at Whipstitch is the perfect answer to the question: “What do I make for my Dad/Grandpa/Husband/Son/Uncle/Boyfriend/etc.?!”
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Maureen writes, “Make a combination Case Stand for your iPod Touch or iPhone. Or use the formula to adapt the pattern for your e-reader or iPad. It’s padded to protect your device, snaps shut like a wallet, and stands on its own!” Find the tutorial at Made by Marzipan.
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Laura’s Phone Charging Pocket at Beta’Loo gets your phone off the counter!
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Taylor shows you how to turn an existing strap into a pretty and functional Padded Camera Strap at Taylor Made.
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Melissa’s iPod Arm Band at Melly Sews keeps your tunes (or audiobook) in reach when you’re on the move.
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This Laptop Sleeve from Michelle at The Gilded Hare features padding and boxed corners, and it is fully lined.

Bag a Day

There are so many beautiful bags to love out there… We’re sharing one bag tutorial every day this month for you to sew and give.

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This iPad Case from Jen Carlton Bailly of Bettycrockerass for Sew,Mama,Sew! has two handle options. It can look feminine or “manly” depending on your fabric choices!

Related tutorials you might just love: Camera Bag, Lens Cap Cozy, Camera Carrier Insert, Passion for Photography, Passion for Technology, Passion for Nature, Eco-Conscious Gifts, Gifts for Audiophiles

Here are just a few fabrics perfect for some of today’s projects. Click on the fabric images to visit the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop:

Liz’s choice Kristin’s choice Gabrien’s choice

Mix It

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Nicole shows you how to make a delicious Christmas Panettone Bread at Gluten-Free on a Shoestring. (It’s gluten-free!)

Print It

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We have more Gift Tags today; this time there are eight different, fun tags from Sharon at Lemon Squeezy.

Win It

Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these prizes!
Tip: If you’re hoping to win a prize that notes “US Winners Only,” include your state in your name (i.e. Beth in WA) so we can confirm residence and avoid any disappointment on your end. Shipping range is determined by the generous companies and artisans that donate Handmade Holidays prizes.

Q & A a Day for Kids (US Winners Only)

Author: Betsy Franco
Publisher: Potter Style

Inspired by the previous bestselling Potter Style title, Q & A a Day, this journal is the perfect family keepsake. Starting any day of the year, a question by children’s author Betsy Franco is featured on each page with a few lines provided for a response. Use as a journal for parents and children ages roughly 4 to 10 years old to share their evolution of thoughts, feelings, and dreams over the years. Also great for kids who want to keep a time capsule of their own whimsical thoughts and serious ideas about the world. As the years go by you’ll notice how your child’s answers evolve, sometimes silly, sometimes precocious, but always interesting.

Quilts from the House of Tula Pink (US, Canada + Europe Winners OK)

Author: Tula Pink
Publisher: Krause Publications

Inspired fabrics and designs await you in Quilts From the House of Tula Pink!
Welcome to the world of cutting-edge fabric designer Tula Pink, where clever quilts show off fanciful fabric, and your imagination can be let out to play. Featuring fabrics that you know and love, Tula offers 20 patterns with her signature flair for color, design and original style. Between 10 amazing quilts and 10 extra-cool companion projects, you’ll be inspired to play with fabric, color and design in a way like never before!

Come on in to Tula’s house for the ultimate in sewing, style and fabric innovation!

Learn more in the digital preview for Quilts from the House of Tula Pink.

Stitch Savvy: 25 Skill-Building Projects to Take Your Sewing Technique to the Next Level (US, Canada + Europe Winners OK)

Author: Deborah Moebes
Publisher: Krause Publications

In Stitch Savvy, there are five tracks (home decor, handbags, kids’ items, quilting and clothing), and each track has five projects that start simple and build up your skills. But wait, there’s more! Cross-referenced techniques allow you to skip around and explore certain skills. (You loved the box pleats in the Sashiko curtains? Check out the A-line skirt with the peek-a-boo pleat!)

So customize your sewing education! This book is designed specifically to allow you to grow your skills, pursue projects you crave and test the waters outside your comfort zone– and make some seriously cute projects as you do.

Bonus CD includes 13 PDF patterns for apparel, accessories and home decor, quilting guides and more!

Be sure to check out the Stitch Savvy digital preview!

Don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool, and check out our 2011 Handmade Holidays list for more fabulous ideas.

17 ~ Gifts for Imaginative Friends
16 ~ Deck the Halls
15 ~ Gifts for Girlfriends
14 ~ Gifts for Babies
13 ~ Gifts for Hostesses
12 ~ Gifts for Crafters
11 ~ Gifts for Big Kids
10 ~ Gifts for Whimsical Friends
9 ~ Deck the Halls
8 ~ Gifts for Cooks
7 ~ Gifts for Pet Lovers
6 ~ Gifts for Moms + Grandmas
5 ~ Gifts for Tweens + Teens
4 ~ Gifts for Organizers
3 ~ Gifts for Travelers
2 ~ Deck the Halls
1 ~ Gifts for Little Kids

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229 Responses to November 18 ~ Gifts for Tech Lovers

  1. I’m all over the oil cloth ipad cover!

  2. Tamie says:

    Loving this series. What wonderful ideas.

  3. Sewing Dervish says:

    I love every single project in this post!

  4. Lindsay says:

    OOh, this would have come in handy the other day–I was searching for iPad covers. Thanks!

  5. Mel in wv says:

    Thank you for the pannatone bread recipe, I’ve never heard of it before.

  6. I’ll be making that iPad case.

  7. julis says:

    two wonderful ideas:I’m impressed..the Phone Charging Pocket is a marvellous idea and the iPhone Case Stand also! I think I’ve got to do both!

  8. megan says:

    Stitch Savvy is going on my Christmas list!!

  9. Nancy says:

    Ipod case is becoming increasingly appropriate for more family members. Thanks for the good ideas.

  10. Lynnette says:

    Great ideas! Thanks for highlighting all these great gift ideas!

  11. RachelJ says:

    The Q&A A Day book looks like a very cool book.

  12. Robynn says:

    I love the ipod stand and that charging pocket, great idea

  13. Jen V in OR says:

    Charging pocket is such a great idea! I am so tired of cords & whatnot on the counter.

  14. kimberlee says:

    A GF pannetone recipe, awesome!!! So many great ideas in this post.

  15. craftgirl83 says:

    The ipad case is just adorable!

  16. Amy says:

    I love that iPhone case/stand!

  17. Trish says:

    All of those are so useful! I’m going to make some charger pockets to match my curtains.

  18. Heather K says:

    I pad is on my wish list! Hope I get one, just so I can make a cute cover!

  19. Ellen M. from OH says:

    The laptop sleeve would make a great gift for my daughter. I’d better get sewing! Thanks for the chance to win!

  20. Mhairi says:

    The charging pocket is inspired. Thanks for compiling this list.

  21. Whitner says:

    Hmm, how timely! Just ordered an iPad for the hubby…now to find some manly fabric oe a case!

  22. Cinnamon says:

    That Q&A a Day book sounds like fun!

  23. Jenniffier says:

    I really like the arm band. I could see making a few of those

  24. Some fabulous gadget projects!

  25. Martha says:

    I am making the phone charging holder for my husband. I hate seeing that expensive phone laying around the kitchen counter waiting for something to spill on it.

  26. amber says:

    I need a cover for my kindle . . . i may be in the right place

  27. Ann says:

    Great roundup of tutorials! thanks.

  28. Christina says:

    Oh my gosh, I need them all!

  29. Nichole says:

    Great ideas…so many to choose from !

  30. Brigette says:

    The skill savvy book looks really neat!

  31. Erika says:

    Love the outside oslo fabric on the cover of the book. I made a table runner last year for my sister with that lovely fabric

  32. Lynn H. says:

    So many ideas I can use today! That armband and hanging charger pocket are neat. Thanks!

  33. Janet K says:

    Cool – I love the power cord roll-up, what a great idea. I love today’s printable tags too, thank you!

  34. Fenna says:

    the stitch savy book looks pretty sweet!! would love to build up my sewing skillls 🙂

  35. tracy reed says:

    I love all these ideas.

  36. Lise says:

    I love the laptop sleeve – may have to try that!

  37. Kristina says:

    Love that phone charging pocket, might have a few!

  38. Jess says:

    These are some really fun gadget projects!!!

  39. Emily says:

    I want to make the I Pod arm band!

  40. Janice Svercek says:

    The iPod/iPad stand is genius! Thanks for great tutorials and giveaways. Janice in PA

  41. Laura says:

    some great ideas here 🙂

  42. Erika says:

    I am SO not a techie but I actually found more ideas on this post than any other! GREAT gift ideas!

  43. VickiT says:

    Oh my gosh! These are all awesome tutorials. Thank you so much as I hadn’t seen many of them before.

    And that book the question and answer a day for kids is such a great idea. That would be wonderful to give to my DIL for her to use with my now 9 month old Granddaughter. What a great idea.

  44. Melissa says:

    I was just looking at the Tula Pink book in the store yesterday!

  45. M.F.Peterson says:

    That phone charging pocket is GENIUS.

  46. Fawn says:

    I need to make the IPAD cover!

  47. Heather says:

    Phone charging pouch, what a clever idea! Love it!

  48. Mary says:

    Cool ideas. Would make someone very happy.

    Mary from MN

  49. Gina says:

    this group of gift ideas is phenomenal!

  50. Joanna says:

    Oh wow so many great ideas! I wonder if I could adapt the iphone stand for a kindle….

  51. SewLindaAnn says:

    Oh my gosh, perfect timing!! I was looking at Nook Table cases that were $50!!! Just a bit out of my range for something extra. I’m going to size the iphone stand. PERFECT!

  52. Carmen says:

    Love all of these items (and the Tula Pink book) — thanks!

  53. stacey says:

    wow! so many great ideas!

  54. Tina says:

    These are all wonderful carrying cases.

  55. Molly Martin says:

    The oilcloth case is a must have living in the Northwest.

  56. Heather79 says:

    Homemade panettone! Sign me up!

  57. elsa says:

    All the projects are wonderful especially the iPhone charger bag. Thanks for posting all these great projects!

  58. Love the iPhone stand can think of a few people on my Christmas list who would appreciate them!

  59. Kristen Powell says:

    love that ipad cover!!

  60. Deb says:

    Ahhh, someone I know just bought a new camera and the strap will certainly make a great holiday gift for him!

  61. Rebecca says:

    Oh wow I think I will have to make these for me!
    Love all of these cases, especially now I finally have an iPad (early Christmas present)

  62. stephanie lynn says:

    love the ipad charger!

  63. Chris says:

    Cool ideas! thank you

  64. Chris says:

    Cool ideas! thank you~

  65. Lee says:

    I think I need everyone one of these for someone on my holiday list! thanks!

  66. Meagan says:

    I am so making that iPad case, so pretty!

  67. Laura in MD says:

    love that camera strap!

  68. Gigi in NJ says:

    I really should make a camera strap for my sister in law! So cute!

  69. Rhonda says:

    I’m not sure how you do it but everyday…something I can use!

  70. Christina says:

    I love the ipod arm band, my friends constantly ruins her ipod by running in the rain and getting it wet. I will try one in oilcloth.

  71. Deb Cameron says:

    Can’t go past a techie pressie for Christmas! Thanks for the tuts and inspiration. Loving those ‘dangly’ gift cards too.

  72. Sarah McGrath says:

    All great projects!

  73. Barbara says:

    We could use a couple of those phone charging pockets in our family. Great idea!

  74. Jasmin says:

    These are great ideas.

  75. seweperstitious says:

    Would love to win!

  76. Prachi says:

    The ipod case stand is lovely.

  77. Judy1522 says:

    What a variety of gift ideas for all the tech items people have.

  78. Galatina says:

    Great ideas – can’t wait until next weekend to try out a few for my other half. Thanks.

  79. Jill says:

    Great ideas. I have a few that I would like to try.

  80. Beth T in OR says:

    I am going to point my crafty friends toward today’s list–I’d love for someone to make me a padded camera strap or an iPad case.

  81. Julie says:

    Might try a few over the weekend, I am sure they would be appreciated by the kid’s teachers. And the Q&A book would be a great gift!

  82. Julie says:

    Thanks for the great teacher gifts. Might try a few over the weekend! And the Q&A book would be a great gift!

  83. M says:

    Wow that ipod stand is great! And i love those adorable gift tags:) hoping to win some Tula Pink goodness:D

  84. usairdoll in CA says:

    Oh I love all the items! Great idea the phone charging pocket. So clever!

    Thank you and all the sponsors for the great giveaways and the chances to win.


  85. Celeste says:

    That charging pocket is a great idea!

  86. These are wonderful ideas. I especially like the power cord roll-up in tweed. Thanks.

  87. Lindsay says:

    I really want to make a laptop sleeve.

  88. Kathi says:

    Great ideas!

  89. Crystal says:

    Great ideas today – I love the iPad case with the bird patterned fabric! Thank you so much for sharing and for including Canadians in the giveaways today.

    Alberta, Canada

  90. Alissa says:

    That is an adorable ipod armband.

  91. Anya says:

    The charging pouch is so ingenious!

  92. The power cord roll would be great for my dad-he goes on tons of business trips with tons of gadgets!

  93. Carmen in WI says:

    There’s a few I might have to make for some family members this year!

  94. Connie Jagolinzer says:

    great gift ideas!

  95. Mandi says:

    I know some people who need an armband… thanks for the tutorials!

  96. Kim McMichael says:

    Another great day of gift ideas! How do you do it?

  97. I love Jen’s iPad case!

  98. Kimberly F says:

    That iPhone case/stand is so clever!

  99. Lori in MD says:

    Looks like I found my gift tags this year! I always find the best ones online.

  100. beth says:

    love the ipod stand. I’d like to do something like this for a kindle. lots of great ideas!

  101. Jessica F in MA says:

    Now I want an ipad so I can make that bag!

  102. Jo says:

    Another great roundup — thanks!
    -Jo from MA

  103. Kathleen says:

    wow! thanks for the daily dose of inspiration!

  104. Marie says:

    I really like the iPod stand and the phone charger picket. I think I’ll make the camera strap for me! Such great ideas – thank you so much.

  105. Sarah N says:

    I love the phone case! Can’t wait to adapt the pattern for my Android.

  106. Mrs.M says:

    ooh I love tula pink!

  107. MomOfEvilGeniuses says:

    These are great ideas for my tech-loving family! Thanks!

  108. KeriAnn in PA says:

    I absolutely love the iPhone case stand and the charging pocket! I’ll definitely be making several for gifts!

  109. Genevieve says:

    looks great – so many great ideas. it’s wonderful to have these suggestions + prizes! yay sew mama sew community!

  110. Jennifer says:

    The ipod case stand is the best. Thanks!

  111. Jamie says:

    A camera strap cover would be a great gift for my mom!

  112. Tawny in CA says:

    that iPhone stand is really clever… i like it 🙂

  113. Allison C says:

    The Stitch savvy and Tula pink books are on my wishlish! I really the idea of the phone holder when charging.

  114. Jennifer Dobbins says:

    That iPad case looks a gift or for me! And I will check out the panettone too, love the blog title.

  115. carole says:

    Love all of these today!

  116. Melissa says:

    What great techy ideas!

  117. kathyh says:

    Second comment here. I made the smart charging pocket today in about 20 minutes. Thank you!

  118. jessicac says:

    The power cord roll up is pretty fancy…. wonder if I could super size it?

  119. Heather says:

    Ooooh! I took an online class from Deborah Moebes! I’d love to win her book!

  120. Jonelle in Colorado says:

    Will be making the cord tamer (manly) for my dad as soon as possible. He will love it.

  121. pauline says:

    awesome sauce! that manly travel power cord roll-up is perfect for the impossible to craft for guys in my life. thanks for sharing that idea/tutorial!!!

  122. Irene says:

    I bought some oilcloth fabric at Cath Kidston in London last summer and I didn’t know how to use it so the ipad cover is going to be the project for it! Thank you

  123. Stephanie o says:

    I love the iPod stand case- definitely going on the list

  124. Jennifer N says:

    Lots of fun ideas. I’m working on finding a cover for a 7″ tablet, and the few the stores had looked nearly like something I could make, so the timing of this great. Thanks for sharing.

  125. Karen says:

    I want an ipad so I can make a cover 🙂 that arm band is on my to!

  126. BreannaS in MO says:

    The ipod charging cozy is a great idea. I am always afraid my son will step on his while it is charging.

  127. Georgia says:

    Oooooo… Ipod stand!

  128. Becky N. says:

    My favorite is the charging pocket. And the books. I love books, too! *wink*

  129. Barbara says:

    Thanks for this post; so many great ideas!

  130. Phone charging pocket = genius! We need one for almost every room in the house!

  131. Kati says:

    I need to make that Ipod Arm Band case for my husband…in manly fabric of course!

  132. Kristin H says:

    So many fun ideas! I think I might have to make one or two of the projects for myself rather than as gifts!

  133. Jim M in NC says:

    These projects are great and really appreciate the printables.

  134. Morgan says:

    Well, the only people I know with these gadgets are my parents…but they sure do appreciate handmade. 🙂

  135. Amy says:

    Oh boy don’t know which I should make first. Ipad case, laptop case, ipod cases, lots of choices and fun ideas.

  136. Greeblygreebly says:

    These are all great but I especially like the phone case/stand, I’ve been looking for something like this for my (non I-phone) smart phone and this looks like it would do the trick nicely. 🙂

  137. Elizabeth says:

    Some of these would make great gifts for my friends! The standing ipod case is such a neat idea!

  138. Stephanie says:

    I was eyeing the Q&A a day for kids book for Christmas, but winning it would be even more AWESOME. Thanks for the chance to win. I need to check out the bread recipe too. I love that at Christmas time, but have only had store bought.

  139. jennsquared says:

    I have a friend who loves her ipod touch and I think this one would be perfect for her. I think I’ll be making her one for Christmas!

  140. MissMary says:

    Brilliant! Lots of techies I could be sewing for… 😉

  141. Kay says:

    With all the gadgets in our house I need to make at least one of each of these.

  142. Rachael says:

    some good ideas! And those books looks like tons of fun.

  143. Nancy Winn says:

    Gifts for techies are always great! I’m going to make the phone charging pocket. Thanks for the tutorials!

  144. Cayce says:

    Oh, these are fun! What a great collection!

  145. Laura says:

    cute ideas!

  146. Taylor says:

    i need that quilting book 🙂

  147. Cary says:

    I’ve been looking for a good pattern for an IPAD case. Thanks!

  148. jackie says:

    these are totally cool, nice to make for the men in the family too.

  149. Julianne Ross says:

    We’ve been looking for an I-pod arm band. Looks like I just found out how to make one!

  150. Joanna says:

    Love them all! Going to start making some for Christmas.

  151. Kristie says:

    Great ideas. I love the oilcloth i-pad cover. It’s perfect for rainy fall days. Thanks!

  152. Theresa says:

    I need to make a laptop sleeve.

  153. Rachel B says:

    I like the charging pocket but wonder if it could be a double one.

  154. kaholly says:

    I have been looking for the tute for the phone charging pocket!! So glad I stopped by today. Can’t wait to whip one up and try it out!

  155. Sandy says:

    I’ve been looking for a good Christmas Panettone bread recipe!

  156. kathyh says:

    lots of ipad and iphone giftiness going on this christmas. I made two of these cases – on a roll.

  157. Mina says:

    Oh, I definitely will be making these projects! Oh I love Tula Pink

  158. Robin E. says:

    My teens are iPod lovers, so there is a LOT here today that I know I will be using. Great tutorials.

  159. I love those IPad cases!

  160. Kristin says:

    These are all really cool!

  161. consuelo says:

    What a great collection of ideas. Loved them all! Thanks!

  162. Andrea says:

    Amazing…I am getting so excited about this year’s last minute gifts!

  163. Beth says:

    Wish I had an iPad to make a case for! 🙂

  164. Laura in VA says:

    These are wonderful gift ideas! I will definitely be making some of these!

  165. Maya says:

    Love these ideas! I guess I am a tech kinda gal.

  166. Wendy says:

    Great ideas; had been pondering something like the iPod wristband.

  167. Eleanor says:

    Definitely making that bread!

  168. Cory says:

    I can’t wait to make the laptop case for my new Macbook!

  169. Danie in OR says:

    The charging pocket is such a great idea!

  170. Joan says:

    What great ideas! Love the armband,ipad case and the clever idea for the phone charger bag.

  171. Courtney says:

    Such great ideas!

  172. Chrissy says:

    I pinned that iPad case a long time ago. It’s a sign! I need to complete it!

  173. victoria cooke Tx says:

    omg these are just such cute ideas, the ipod stand i might just have to try and make for my dads xmas gift

  174. Leah says:

    Another great set of ideas

  175. I love the ipod arm band! Can’t wait to make one!

  176. M Evans says:

    I’m getting my husband an ipad for Christmas- I’m thinking the oilcloth sleeve in a tweed instead would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win!

  177. decemberbaby says:

    Wow, I would love to win a copy of Stitch Savvy! Pretty please with sugar on top!

  178. Andrea says:

    I’ve made quite a few iPod cases lately, but I love that one that stands up! I will definitely be checking out that tutorial!

  179. Christy Dixon says:

    Forget gifts! I’m making all of these for ME!! Love them all. And the Q&A a day book is awesome! Great for my 3 & 5 year old grands!

  180. delia jones says:

    I have been looking for a pannetone recipe. My girls consider it the official Christmas bread. Can’t wait to try out this recipe.

  181. Tammy says:

    I’m not tech savvy – I don’t have anything listed above! (OR really know anyone who needs any of the above! They all look like great projects though! I specifically like the iPod stand/cover.

  182. Amber R. says:

    Wow! So many ideas, it’s hard to know which idea to start with on this page. Thanks for the great ideas!

  183. amber says:

    I’ve been looking for a good ipad case pattern and I really like the one you have in today’s tutorials. Thanks.

  184. Mel says:

    Love the oilcloth iPad cover!

  185. Kelli says:

    I’ve been trying to design my own armband for ipods/phones/etc when running but after looking at Melissa’s idea, I think I may have been over-thinking it. So cute!

  186. Angi Gilbert says:

    Perfect gifts for teenagers. Thank you for iPhone charger pocket. I have been looking for this pattern!

  187. Sallie says:

    Great ideas – especially the Manly Travel Power Cord Roll-Up. (from TX)

  188. susan mzf says:

    all kinds of great projects today – so versatile!

  189. Deb H. says:

    What a nice collection of gifts for techies! My son may need a manly i-pad cover.

  190. Sstitch Savy looks fun.

  191. Beth in SC says:

    Oooh…that Q&A book looks fun!

  192. Megan Panda says:

    Ahh I love all of these!

  193. TriMama says:

    That phone charging pocket us great. My husband is getting one in his stocking.

  194. Bruinbr says:

    So many fun sleeves and covers! Love those gift tags too!

  195. patricia says:

    I love the ipad case!

  196. Nicole says:

    Love the power cord roll-up!

  197. Steph says:

    I need the camera strap, iPod band, and laptop sleeve. Any sewing for myself will have to wait until after Christmas, though!

  198. Mandi says:

    I love the cord bag and the phone charging pocket.

  199. Jenny says:

    i need to get sewing right away!

  200. Thanks for more great tutorials!

  201. Penny says:

    Love the charging pocket, and the iPod case. My daughter is getting an iPod for Christmas and these are some good ideas for it!

  202. Stephanie says:

    The arm band is nifty!!!!

  203. Tera says:

    Phone charging pocket, ipad case and laptop sleeve will be made for this Christmas!!! THANK YOU!!!

  204. tiara says:

    I so love Tula Pink, her designs are absolutely inspired!

  205. Tabitha says:

    My daughter has requested a charger pocket for her iphone–thanks for the pattern!

  206. ste says:

    I almost didn’t check this out because I’m not a techy person. But my sister has an iPhone and her hubby has an iPad and I think I just found a couple more gifts to make!

  207. Charlotte in Ga says:

    That phOne charging pouch is so neat. Looks like a great gift for the teens on my list!

  208. Liz says:

    The phone charging pocket is such a great idea!

  209. Courtney says:

    Great gift ideas here, thanks!

  210. SS Sews says:

    I really like Gabrien’s fabric choice for today

  211. Karen In NC says:

    Love the Ipad case and the Ipod stand.

  212. Aww, I love these handmade holliday gifts. I think I’ll try the phone charging pocket!!!

  213. I like what you wrote. Regards

  214. Great ideas! I love the charging pocket.

  215. Michelle says:

    Yeah, love it!

  216. Cindi in GA says:

    Love all the different tute’s today! So hard to choose.

  217. Glyness in OR says:

    very nice, a little someone I know is getting a tablet for Christmas that could use a case, I will definitely have to make one
    of those.

  218. christina says:

    The Q&A a Day book is very intriguing.

  219. Kerry in FL says:

    The charging pocket is a pretty clever idea.

  220. Meg says:

    love the iphone case stand

  221. jen says:

    fun! I wish I was sewing for someone with an ipad this christmas – that bag of the day looks amazing!

  222. Sarah says:

    All of those books look amazing!

  223. Erin says:

    Another great list!

  224. I made the wristlet iPad case months ago, and I use it everyday. It’s perfect!

  225. Brie says:

    Love the fabric choices today!

  226. Melanie in AZ says:

    I love little bags and cozies to pretty up electronics. I need to make one for my Kindle. Thanks for the inspiration!

  227. Donna Baker says:

    fab ideas! love the gifts you’re giving away today too, would love any of them – Donna from TX

  228. Diana says:

    Everyone’s a techie now a days, these are great!

  229. Heidi Anderson says:

    WOnderful ideas, like always I find one to give and one to keep! I am definitely making the panettone!

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