Missoni-Inspired DIY Laptop Case

Missoni-Inspired DIY Laptop Case
Missoni-Inspired DIY Laptop Case

If you're in love with designer bags but can't bear spending the designer price, then you'll love this DIY laptop case that looks expensive while being easy on your budget. This Missoni-Inspired DIY Laptop Case is the best way to create a gorgeous bohemian bag that doubles as a laptop case and a tote.

Roomy enough to use as a beach or tote bag, this DIY purse is the perfect way to treat yourself to the designer look for less. This free bag tutorial is easily customized for your own personal style and can be detailed with dip dyeing, tassel trim, or embellishments. Go boho this spring with this stylish and simple tote bag.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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I will have some much fun making this bag. I don't know what it is about this bag, maybe it's the tassels or the boho vibe but I love how this pattern is written. If you're thinking this might be hard there's pictures for every step of the way so you don't get lost in any step.

Not a mad fan of tassles so I am using a fringe on mine instead of the tassles but I absolutely LOVE everything else about this pattern! My current laptop bag is thoroughly boring and style-less so I can not wait to be using this gorgeous bag instead. I have already started making it and am following the pattern with ease so get sewing, girls!

Oh my goodness, this is so cute and stylish! I can't believe this laptop case is homemade!

This is a very creative design! Adding the deep ruby color dye to the bottom makes it really stand out as a designer project! I could see swapping out the handles for self-fabric straps, using so,e interfacing and making the straps long enough to carry over the shoulder. I made a similar bag with this type of strap which can be a bit more practical if you are on the move with your laptop. A bit more padding might be an option too, depending on your risk level! The button makes a nice closure, but I have also used a zipper too! Lots of options... And love the tassels too! Thanks for sharing!

I really love the tassle fringe on this case. The bag itself might be a little too advanced for me but who doesn't like a little challenge now and then. I also like the dual color and the pattern seems like something I could figure out. Saving this for a future project.


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