But I began to worry about these things getting banged around when not in use and not attached to the head rests. So, here’s my solution. (And you could use this tutorial to create any sort of tote/case, including a laptop bag. Start thinking of what you’d need…..)
Would you like your own?
First, I grabbed some of my upholstery fabric and some quilted batting from my stash. Then I decided how large I wanted to make my bag, including enough room for expansion and seam allowances. Then I cut 2 of each of the materials in that size. Then I cut 1 of each of the materials with the same width dimension, just shorter. (this smaller piece will be the inside divider…..so if you’re not making a bag for a dual screen, you can skip this step.)
Then I cut out a rectangle big enough to make a pocket on the back, including enough width to make a pleat. Then I hemmed under all of the edges. (As a size reference, I made the width a little wider than the rectangles I used for the tote.)