2.// Next, with the front sections facing inward, stitch the fabric and leather pieces together to create the front of the bag, then flip it right side out.
3.// Next, cut out another fabric section twice the length of the outside fabric piece. Sew a piece of batting the same size onto the back.
4.// From the fabric + batting rectangle you just created, fold it in half, fabric side facing in, and stitch the sides, creating the inside of the bag.
5.// Next, take the outer section bag, and place it inside the inner bag. Both right sides of the fabric should be facing one another. Then, stitch the two fabric ends together. Do not stitch together the fabric and leather side.
6.// Flip the bag right side out, stuffing the inner bag into the outer bag. Then, take the fasteners and attach them to the end of the flap and the base of the fastener symmetrical to the one on the flap. The fasteners I purchased had instructions on how to apply on the back of the package. Since fasteners can vary, try and purchase a package with instructions as well.
7.// Lastly, fold over the hem of the inside fabric facing the leather. Stitch this in place. You'll have a seam going through the leather, so if you don't want a showing seam, secure the fabric in place with leather glue.
8.// Enjoy your new computer case!
My best friend and I are nerding up tonight and going on a notebook finding/buying date. Hope your Tuesday is a lovely one.