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Root Beer Laptop Sleeve - Free Pattern

Happy Monday everyone! This week's yarn review will be a little delayed, because I'm bringing you a pattern instead! I do all my posting from a little 13" Macbook. With two little tots running around my house, the aluminum body of my laptop gets so many fingerprints and smudges! So, I designed a simple sleeve to keep it in when it's not in use. The pattern is easily adjusted for laptops of different sizes and even for tablets, too! Enjoy!

You can purchase a downloadable version on Ravelry here: Ravelry Link
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Root Beer Laptop Sleeve



Materials:
- H (5mm) Hook
- 1 ball Premier Sweet Roll yarn (shown in “Root Beer”) or similar. You will use nearly the whole ball.
- Button (Pattern uses a 1.5” button, but this can be adjusted easily)
- Tapestry needle
- Scissors

Notes:
- Bag is worked in joined rounds. Flap is worked in turned rows.
- Join each round with a slip stitch to the first stitch of the round.
- Chain 1 at the beginning of a round never counts as a stitch.
- Stitch counts are in parenthesis
- For a sleeve without the flap, work rounds 1-47 as normal. On round 48, work a decrease centered in each corner. Fasten off and weave in ends.
- This sleeve is designed for a 13” Macbook laptop. The dimensions are about 9” wide by 13.5” tall, not including the flap. The sleeve can be made larger or smaller by adjusting the starting chain and the number of rows.
Gauge:
1” = 4 rows. 1” = 4.5 stitches.

Stitches & Abbreviations:
Ch – Chain
Sc – Single Crochet
St – Stitch
Sl st – Slip stitch

Pattern:
Sleeve -
Ch 29.
1. Sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across. 3 sc in last ch. Sc down other side of ch. 2 sc in last st. Join to first sc. (60 sc)
2. – 48. Ch 1. Sc around. Join. (60 sc)
Cut yarn.
Flap -
Lay bag flat. Find right corner st. Attach yarn in the next st to the left of the corner st.
1. Ch 1. Sc 28 across. (Your last st should be in the st to the right of the next corner) (28 sc)
2. – 9. Ch 1, turn. Sc across. (28 sc)
10. Ch 1, turn. Sc 12, ch 4, skip 4 sts, sc in next 12. (24 sc, 4 ch)
11. Ch 1, turn. Sc 12, sc 4 in ch space, sc in next 12. (28 sc)
Flap placement: Centered on one side of the sleeve.
Center button on front of piece at about row 37 (adjust for your computer or tablet). Sew on.
Weave in ends.

I look forward to seeing your projects on Ravelry and Instagram (#mandiethemommy). I hope you enjoyed this pattern!
Pattern and pictures property of Amanda Slate Designs. DO NOT copy, repost, redistribute, or claim as your own this pattern or any of the pictures. You have permission to sell any items you make using this pattern. Please link back to the Ravelry listing and credit Amanda Slate designs as the designer.



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