Keyka Lou. These things are durable and very easy to make. I added a ruffle and ribbon flower to this one. I used my Viking ruffler again! Still lovin' that foot!!
Here is the inside.
I made this for a friend's daughter. She kept Robbie for me one afternoon but wouldn't let me pay her. You know I couldn't let that happen. So I told her I'd get her back!! And I did!
I actually widened this pattern by 2 inches to accommodate a 15" computer in lieu of 13" this pattern called for. It wasn't hard at all. Email me if you want to know how I did it.
I wanted to add a little something extra to the outside, since the ruffle just didn't seem like enough. I thought about doing a yo-yo, and you know I'm not over those yet. I think it's a healthy obsession. Is there such a thing? lol So I used the same concept and made a ribbon flower. I'll post a tute soon on how to do that. Note: satin ribbon is very difficult to work with as it slides all over. Ask me how I know! The yellow you see is satin. And it was smaller. That equals a pain in the patooty!
Head on over to Keyka Lou and download the pattern. It's well worth $5!!