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DIY Quilted Tablet Sleeve Tutorial with Harts Fabric

I’m partnering up with Harts Fabric for the second year, sharing another tutorial for their Sew Your Hart Out September event! Last year I shared a fun Archer Button-Up hack inspired by an Anthropologie dress. This year I’m showing you how to make your own quilted sleeve for a tablet or laptop. The fabric that Harts provided is from Cotton&Steel’s new collection by Rifle Paper Co. and it’s beautiful!riflepaperhartstutorial_luckylucille02

You can find the full tutorial on the Harts Fabric blog, here.


I hope you love it!


  • That tutorial rules!!!!! Beautiful fabric and perfect instructions. Thumbs up.

  • I love the fabric!!! And this tutorial is awesome! I’ll definitely have to give this a try 🙂

  • AHHH that fabric is so drool-worthy!!!!

  • jennifer miller

    Oh this tutorial is perfect – simple and clear instructions. I’ve also looked about the Hart’s fabrics website, and my goodness, they so many choices for apparel sewing! Which leads me to a question; do you find most of your fabrics online? I’ve been reluctant to try them, but there’s not much in the way of brick and mortar shops around our neck of the woods. Thanks for any input.

    • Thanks Jennifer! I feel like 95% of my fabric comes from an online shop. It can be risky when relying on photos and descriptions without touching the fabric but you’re right, we don’t have much choice around here! I like for apparel fabrics because their prices are low but the quality of what I’ve found there so far is good, so if I get something in the mail that isn’t what I thought it would be it still feels worth it. If you ever find yourself in Ithaca there’s a really awesome brick and mortal shop called Home Grown with a nice selection of apparel and quilting fabrics, and yarn 🙂

      • jennifer miller

        Oh thank you! Thank would be a great little day trip for my mom. I’ll give it a try. btw I sent a msg through your email some time ago, not sure if it ever went through?

  • June Garner

    Fabulous tutorial! Thank you!