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Tina sent in a comment to the post yesterday about the laptop sleeve showing her own woven fabric sleeve. I loved the entire Flickr set showing her weaving process. The colors are beautiful and look even more amazing woven together.

Tina writes:

I started weaving a few years ago and seem to enjoy making patterns and playing with textures more than anything else. I usually don’t have an item in mind when I start. You can only make so many scarves, right?

The last class I took was basically an open studio with access to a loom for a few months. So I picked out a few of my favorite threads, pored through some pattern books to try the open, lacy parts and started. It took a few weeks to finish the weaving but only an afternoon to put the sleeve together. I really like how it turned out. The pink, peach satin shows through the lacy parts, which adds a little something.

See all the photos of Tina’s weaved fabric laptop sleeve in her Flickr photos here. – Link.

6 thoughts on “Woven Fabric Laptop Sleeve

  1. whoa! that’s super cool. i like the colors and the idea. i can imagine a lot of folks wanting these for themselves.

  2. The word really is woven. The adjective form (ie the past participle) of to weave is woven. How annoying.
    Let’s look educated here, folks.

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