Posh Project & Tech Trapper Digital Pattern


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The Posh Project + Tech Trapper by Paradiso Designs is a quilted case designed to be made with quilted vinyl or faux/pleather as the exterior, but also looks great in canvas, denim or home-dec fabric. The interior zippered pocket on one side is large enough to fit an iPad, e-reader or tablet (9" L x 8" W). The other side has four clear vinyl pockets for visibility. Clear vinyl pockets include: one full size pocket (9" L x 4" W) and 3 compartment pockets (3" L x 4" W). This is a great way to keep all the charging ports & wires organized! And it also works wonderfully as a creative project tote & for storing sewing & knitting tools. The Trapper also features snap tabs & two sturdy handles to keep it securely closed and easy to carry.

Approximate Finished Size

Closed: 10.5” H x 9” W x .75” D

Opened Flat: 10.5”W x 19” W

You can also get this pattern included in the Posh Project & Tech Trapper Kit.

Learn how to create the Posh Project & Tech Trapper project with Cheryl Kuczek by registering & watching our Posh Project & Tech Trapper Webcast.

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  • 2
    Posh Tech Trapper

    Posted by V Ronnie Gagnon on Jan 21st 2022

    Confusing pattern and too wordy. The video wasn't inclusive enough. Doing this video step by step like the New years Eve Aurora Bag was done would have been much more beneficial. Several of the explanations were vague.

  • 3
    Posh Project & Tech Trapper

    Posted by Carol Dittoe on Jan 20th 2022

    The pattern uses sketches rather than actual pictures, making it very difficult to follow. The way the directions were printed were not easy to read, either. The project itself is pretty cool if you can get through the pattern.

  • 3
    Posh Pattern

    Posted by Donna on Jan 18th 2022

    I was very disappointed with this pattern.. The diagrams were hand drawn and hard to follow.

  • 4
    posh pattern #037

    Posted by Jean Lowenberger on Jan 13th 2022

    The online class was very interesting and informative. I enjoyed it very much. I did not order the package justthe pattern, I am still waiting some items to arrive from online ordering.

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