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Thread: Quilted Keyboard Carrier

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    Junior Member Kelly_Y's Avatar
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    Quilted Keyboard Carrier

    I got myself a fancy new keyboard earlier this month, and find myself wanting to use it at work and home. While on Christmas vacation, I took time to make a tote bag to carry it. The outside is nylon to protect it from rain. The quilting pattern is based on my initials.

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    Clever you. Sometimes you just have to customise something to get what you need.

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    Very well thought thru. Love anything blue...good job! Enjoy your handiwork!

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    Really clever and well done. Congratulations on gifting yourself with a new keyboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by busy fingers View Post
    Clever you. Sometimes you just have to customize something to get what you need.
    I agree. Clever you designing something that you needed.
    A Good Friend, like an old quilt, is both a Treasure and a Comfort

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    When DH made my desk top, he got me a new wireless/cordless keyboard. I love it. Never thought about using it at work. Makes sense, that way you're familiar with it.

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