20 Cute Accessories to Sew for Your Devices: Handmade and Hi-Tech Hand-in-Hand

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I love my electronic devices and I LOVE sewing. Put them together and what do you get? The handmade connection! ha ha ha… Below are 20 free sewing patterns and tutorials for things you can make to hold, carry, store, organize and use technology. These make great gifts for the younger generation and the older generation too.

Quilted iPad Case

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Sew a fabric iPad case to keep your device safe and protected. The Pretty Quilted iPad case pattern is everything you need and you can sew it using your favorite fabric!

Couch Caddy

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A Couch Caddy (or couch scarf with pockets) can drape over the arm of a couch or recliner or be placed between the bed and boxspring to provide storage and keep your remote controls, glasses, phone, favorite magazine, and tablet from getting lost.

World’s Best Dad Pocket Pillow

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Here’s a fun gift idea for the men in your life – a pocket pillow they can sit in their favorite spot, with a place for the remote control, snacks, and anything else they need!

A-Frame Organizing Caddy

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Lots of readers told me they wanted to use the A-Frame Organizer in the living room to hold glasses, remotes, and other important items that always get lost in the couch. I think that’s an awesome idea.

Perfect DIY Wallet

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The interior of this wallet sewing pattern has 8 card slots (facing the center of the wallet so your cards won’t fall out), a zippered coin pocket, plus two pockets big enough for flat bills or a cell phone. There is also a vinyl pocket (with a snap) that is the right size for a phone.

Handy Purse Organizer

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Keep all your bags organized with this free purse organizer sewing pattern! It has pockets all over and is perfect for holding your phone, earbuds, and all those little things in your purse that get jumbled together. When you’re ready to switch bags – you can simply take the organizer out (with all the things inside) and move them all to the new bag, easy peasy!

Out the Door Organizer

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You know what happens when you’re headed out of your house – the search is on for your keys, wallet, sunglasses, mail, and everything else you need to make sure you have in hand. Make it easier on yourself with this DIY organizer that holds all those things and hangs on your doorknob!

Mesh Car Organizer

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Have you noticed that most new cars these days don’t build-in a spot for a bag or purse? It can be so frustrating – until now. Here’s a safe spot to hold your phone, purse, and other items so they won’t fall to the floor of the car. It’s the free mesh car organizer pattern.

Tetris iPad and Tablet Case

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This fun case looks old-school like a Tetris game on the front, but it is made to hold the latest model iPad or Tablet. The finished size is 11” tall by 9” wide. Learn how to make a Tetris iPad or Tablet Case.

Little Monster Earbud Pouch

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The Little Monster Earbud Pouch is a cute way to keep earbuds and USB drives from getting lost in the bottom of a backpack or, worse, falling out of a pocket on the playground or school bus. It’s cute for grown-ups too!

Pretty DIY Mousepad

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Decorate your office with this easy DIY mouse pad with your favorite fabric. It would make a great back to school project or a great gift idea!

Computer and Mouse Wrist Rests

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It can be tough to sew gifts for people you don’t know well, but this is a super simple idea that anyone in the digital age can use! A customized wrist rest for their keyboard and/or mouse, easy to personalize and cheap to make. 

Tablet Carrier Bag

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Sew a sturdy zippered bag that’s the right size for carrying your tablet all around town! This free pattern is from Craft Passion.

Clutch Bag with Phone Pocket

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Phone and Card Wallet

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For those times when all you want to take with you is your phone and a couple cards, I designed a DIY phone case and wallet!

Car Diddy Bag

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Keep everything you need handy – and organized – in the car with this sweet little bag! My Car Diddy Bag holds my phone (and the cords, lol), a couple pens, and anything else I want to toss in there quick while I’m driving.

Two Sided Zips

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Show off your favorite fabrics (and your sweet zipper skills) with these fun little zipper pouches. They are just the right size for your smart phone and there’s a handy little pocket for your id and a couple cards.

Miracle Caddy

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The miracle caddy will carry all your gadgets together! I especially love this carrier/organizer for taking supplies to my quilting retreats and classes.

Cord Cozy

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The cord cosy pattern is a handy scrap buster project will keep your cords and cables tidy and organised.

Tech Accessory Roll Up Pouch

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Travel without losing any of your phone accesories with this pretty genious Tech Roll Up Pouch.

Fleece Scarf with Cell Phone Pocket

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Learn how to sew a scarf with a cell phone pocket so you won’t need to carry a wallet! This free sewing pattern uses fleece fabric to make the ultimate gift for anyone with a cell phone.

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