This tablet pattern comes in three different sizes to accommodate all of the electronic devices on the market today. This is a quick and versatile sewing pattern that is perfect for making gifts for the men, women, and kids in your life. The design is suited for mixing unique fabrics, such as cork and Kraft-Tex((tm)) with quilting cotton and canvas weights. While perfect for tablets, the pattern is wonderful for making the popular cross-body bags with the optional adjustable strap. Modifying to make the bag in a vertical orientation gives you limitless possibilities!
The pattern is fully illustrated, with photographs detailed enough to barely require any additional instructions! All pattern pieces for Taylor are easy to cut rectangles. Exact measurements are given for all three sizes.
As with all CloBird patterns, the instructions are full of color photographs and clear, detailed directions.
In addition to the pattern, CloBird Designs has a very active Facebook Group that is always there to help and cheer you along the way.
You can also find great fabric, hardware and kits in our shop, The Modern Sewist.
As this is a PDF file and downloadable immediately upon purchase, there are no refunds. This purchase is for the sewing pattern only and NOT for the finished bag.
SMALL: 7 3/4″ W x 5 3/4″ H x 2 ” D
MEDIUM: 9 1/4″ W x 6 3/4″ H x 2 ” D
LARGE: 11 1/4″ W x 8 1/4″ H x 2″ D
1 yard exterior fabric, 44″ canvas or 100% quilting cotton
1 yard lining fabric, 44″ 100% quilting cotton
1/3 yard Kraft-Tex(tm) (or additional exterior fabric if substituting)
(1) 12″ square piece of cork (or equal size exterior fabric if substituting)
1 yard fusible woven interfacing (Pellon ShapeFlex 101)
1/2 yard Pellon FlexFoam (or Soft & Stable or fusible fleece if substituting)
1/8 yard fusible ultra firm stabilizer (Pellon Peltex 71f)
ABOVE requirements are for the largest size.
(1) snap set
(2) 1″ connectors for optional cross-body strap
(1) 1″ slider for optional cross-body strap
Disappearing ink pen
Wonder clips or binder clips
Rotary cutter for cutting pattern pieces
Bone folder/Hera marker
“I had plans for the Taylor Tablet Trio to safely hold my tablet, yet after finishing the first one, I realized it was so much more! Taylor is the perfect size for a crossbody bag for day trips when I don’t need to carry everything and more with me. Taylor sewed up quickly with easy to follow instructions AND numerous pictures. There was no guesswork in putting it together, and the end results were very professional and crisp. Taylor is much more than just a tablet case, and with 3 sizes included it’s perfect for any age. My niece now wants one for her travel game system.” ~ Beth
“This is a fun-to-sew pattern with so many possibilities. There are 3 sizes and it is easy to modify if your tablet is a bit different size (I added 1/2″ to my width and my tablet fit perfect). You can play around with all kinds of fabrics on this one, and have some fun trying free motion stitching if you want to play around. There are lots of pictures to go with the directions making this an easy to follow pattern with great results!” ~ Sheri
This pattern is so marvelous and the sky is the limit on what you decide to make your tablet tote with. I took my leather “Baby Taylor” to the sushi bar with me and wondered if I’d make it out of there with it. Thanks, Karis, I owe my “rave reviews” to you! Let your creativity take you to the moon! ~ Marlys
“You must get this pattern! Karis includes so many options for personalization! And 3 sizes! It is so well written. I love it and you will too!” ~ Ann
“For my bag I did the large size with a vertical orientation. I used leather, canvas and quilting cotton. So for those of you that can’t find or are reluctant to use Kraft-tex or cork do not fear … this is also a fabulous pattern done in all fabrics. As always Karis has wonderful easy to follow instructions with lots of pictures to guide you.” ~ Jean
“I made the medium and large bags with cotton, cork and Kraft-tex. The large easily holds a first generation iPad and the medium an iPad Air 2 with or without their cases. Another easy and fantastic Clobird Designs pattern.” ~ Madelyn