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{NEW PATTERN} Smart Phone Sleeve & Kindle Cover

Hello,
I'm so excited to announce my new pattern! It's now available on special Price in CRAFTSY, ETSY and CHEZVIES 

The phone pouch with detachable strap is one of popular items in my shop. I keep getting repeated orders since it's perfect for everyone.


Check out some of my  generous Facebook and Instagram friends who's willing to test it for me. Thank you! xo 

Now let's see what these talented ladies have come up with!

Hanie of Arewhana  made this cute Phone Pouch and Kindle Cover. Red and blue never goes wrong. It's one of my fave color combo.


Sudesh Jangra of Stitch a Memory came up with this one too. Aren't they perfect as a gift for him? 


I love these classic Batik version by Hernik from Ninu Handmade  . She used leather strap which made her pouch stand out more. Batik and Leather always a perfect combo. 

Don't you love these cute Mickey Mouse pouch by Mini Nirmal of Totes N' Beyond



Divya from M'seams The Creative Stitches came up with pretty stars and beige combo. She said she takes the phone sleeve when she goes for her morning walk. Well, you can make one too!


Who doesn't love the classic black and white ? More so if it has these unique prints! These beauties are from Shruti Pothnis, a dentist behind pretty bags at Miz T  Handmade .



And another unique Indian prints are used by Prabha Mathew of Quiltaholics.


This is a perfect pattern to use all those scraps you've been waiting to use. A great personalized gift to make or  make for your next market stall or your Handmade Shop.

Why wait, grab the pattern now while it's still on Special Price. Valid thru This Weekends! No Code is needed.

Happy Sewing





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