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Geek Chic Tablet Totes & Giveaway

Our Geek Chic collection just started hitting stores, and we are so excited to share some new project inspiration with you. The Tablet Tote pattern by Indygo Junction plus the doodly-paper prints of Geek Chic are the perfect marriage. We may have gone digital with our grocery lists, reminders and other scribbles, but we certainly haven’t forgotten our pen and paper roots!

We used Gail-C1145-Black (Sticky Notes) and Gail-C1146-White (Scribbles) for the main prints, and Soho-Turquoise and Red for trims. The lining fabrics are Chevron-C1479-Black/White and White/Black. Giveaway details are below the photos!

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Want to make a tablet tote for yourself and a friend? We’re giving away all the fabric you’ll need to make both totes pictured above (that’s 3/4 yd of each of the six prints we mentioned up top), PLUS Indygo Junction will send you a free copy of the Tablet Tote pattern!

To enter the drawing, leave a comment telling us a little bit about your geek-chic side. Obsessed with retro arcade games? In love with Fox Mulder of The X-Files? Can’t leave the house without your TI-81? We love hearing from you, and you never know… your nerd-dom could end up inspiring future prints!

As usual, you’re allowed a bonus entry when you share this giveaway on FacebookTwitterPinterestInstagram, or your own blog. Just leave one extra comment with a link to the place where you shared it. That’s a total of two comments allowed per person.

A winner will be selected at random from the comment pool next Thursday, March 21.

Good luck, and thanks to Indygo Junction for participating in this giveaway!

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  1. JoAn W.
    JoAn W. says:

    I love this pattern—I must carry an oxygen container in my regular purse/bag, and this would be perfect to carry my iPad—yea!!

  2. JoAn W.
    JoAn W. says:

    I love this pattern—I must carry an oxygen container in my regular purse/bag, and this would be perfect to carry my iPad—yea!!

  3. Sher7753
    Sher7753 says:

    What a great giveaway! My husband can tell you that I love being on the computer. I am always looking for projects to give as gifts to my tech savy children and grandchildren. Thanks this giveaway is so awesome!.

  4. Sher7753
    Sher7753 says:

    What a great giveaway! My husband can tell you that I love being on the computer. I am always looking for projects to give as gifts to my tech savy children and grandchildren. Thanks this giveaway is so awesome!.

  5. Lynne Lapidus
    Lynne Lapidus says:

    These are adorable! This is a new fascination for me. I’m working on my first project right now… A log cabin wall hanging. Still cutting. LOL. Taking my time trying not to make any awful mistakes.

  6. Lynne Lapidus
    Lynne Lapidus says:

    These are adorable! This is a new fascination for me. I’m working on my first project right now… A log cabin wall hanging. Still cutting. LOL. Taking my time trying not to make any awful mistakes.

  7. Jo Fulbright
    Jo Fulbright says:

    I love the tablet tote, would make a lovely gift for my DIL. She take her ipad with here everywhere to take picture of the kids playing sports.

  8. Jo Fulbright
    Jo Fulbright says:

    I love the tablet tote, would make a lovely gift for my DIL. She take her ipad with here everywhere to take picture of the kids playing sports.

  9. diane
    diane says:

    Very enticing, I am always looking for projects to give as gifts to my tech savy children and grandchildren. Thanks.

  10. diane
    diane says:

    Very enticing, I am always looking for projects to give as gifts to my tech savy children and grandchildren. Thanks.

  11. Linda Johnston
    Linda Johnston says:

    Can’ t wait to get ahold of some of this fabric and start stitching. I’m getting kindle and this would be great for making a carrier. Thanks for the great fabrics and the ideas too.

  12. Linda Johnston
    Linda Johnston says:

    Can’ t wait to get ahold of some of this fabric and start stitching. I’m getting kindle and this would be great for making a carrier. Thanks for the great fabrics and the ideas too.

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