Road Trip Case Pattern

1.24.2014



You'll take it with you wherever you go.  This case is for anyone!  Get organized!


  • pocket option for rubber band looms (specifically Rainbow Loom) and case/or additional loom
  • pocket option with flaps, great for anything from crayons to sewing notions, embroidery or cross stitch goodies
  • see-through vinyl pocket to quickly see what you have
  • portable and easy to customize
[store sewing, cross stitch, or embroidery notions too!]



Materials needed:

FQ= fat quarter (18" x 22")
+ additional fabric necessary if using directional print
  • 1 FQ exterior main 
  • 1 FQ main lining 
  • 1 FQ interior pockets 
  • 1 FQ interior accents 
  • 13.5’’ x 18’’ cotton canvas 
  • 12.5’’ x 17’’ cotton batting 
  • 2 yards 1/2’’ double fold bias tape 
  • 14’’ x 10’’ 16-gauge clear vinyl 
  • 12’’ zipper
  • 1’’ wide elastic 
  • 1/4’’ wide elastic (for long pocket version) 
  • 3 buttons 
  • (for alternate pocket) 3/4’’ wide hook & loop tape - 6’’ 
  • 3 elastic hair ties (if not making fabric loops) 
  • scraps of fusible interfacing

[plastic case for rubber bands is by CraftMates, called Lockables.  This particular size is a 7 compartment case.  You can find them at Michaels and Joanns (mine was in the jewelry section for about $3). Or check online: Create for Less.]

 [hang it over a door knob when you're at home!]



[sewing case for me, see separate post here]

Skill level:
Great for an advanced beginner and beyond, although it could be tackled by an adventurous beginner!

+ approx. finished dimensions:
13.5” wide, 9’’ tall (12.5’’ including handles),
18’’ tall when fully opened

By purchasing this pattern, I also give you (the purchaser of this pattern) the rights to sell Road Trip cases made using this pattern (on a home based scale). This is an 9 page PDF pattern with full size print-at-home pattern pieces (although most pieces are rotary cut and all dimensions given), and includes detailed step-by-step instructions with detailed illustrations.


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29 comments :

  1. This is AWESOME!!! Seriously! Such great fabrics too :)

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  2. love this!! you are so so clever!!:)

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  3. This is so great--so nice and tidy. I love the fabric selections and those happy faces!

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  4. Heheh....wonder where that name came from?:) It really is a great pattern!

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  5. Brilliant! So excited to get mine.

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  6. The one for the Rainbow Loom is genius!

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  7. Looooooove this! gorgeous pattern dear!!!!!!

    p.s. new look around here - nice!

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  8. I just purchased your pattern. I saw it on fb and couldn't resist :)))) I will probably make one for my daughters loom and for myself one for my sewing utensils...Ohhh and probably many more
    Thanks,
    Marion

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  9. I have had such success with your divided basket pattern I just had to get this too! I think it will make some lovely pressies :)

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  10. Soooo awesome, Anna! Your girlies are adorable.

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  11. Absolutely love it!! Very nice!:)

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  12. So excited to make one of these. Hopefully this weekend!

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  13. Totally clever! It belongs to my "must have" category...

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  14. OK, I think I'm an official Noodlehead Patterns collector now! ;-)

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  15. So excited to make this Anna! Going to make one today for my oldest daughter and then maybe one for me!

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  16. This is super cute. Just purchased the pattern and looking forward to making like...TODAY! It will probably take me 3 hours to select fabrics LOL but that's okay...I'm super excited! Thanks!!

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  17. Lovely prints. My sister and I used to bond over activities like this before. We'd made DIY bags, quilts and aprons. We had so much fun back then. Thanks for sharing

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  18. Hi. Just found you via A Life In Lists. This bag looks great - I can see myself making one for my son's cars and colouring pencils. And maybe one for me too...

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  19. I bought the pattern and am excited to try it! I really love how you pull all different kinds of fabrics together.

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  20. I've been meaning to comment on this all week Anna, but better late than never, right? Anyway, congrats on another great pattern! I love how useful this is, and those fabrics are perfect!

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  21. I love this! We need a way to contain the rainbow loom and supplies! :)

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  22. I love this project! Made one for my daughter the other day. Thank you for making the pattern!
    http://betweenthetoys.blogspot.com/2014/02/rainbow-loom-case.html

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  23. I cannot wait to get started with this pattern! The pic with the loom bands sold it to me, as I am a Momma who spends most of her day picking those little suckers up! ;) x

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