Stuart book/tablet holder crochet pattern, tablet pillow, book rest, tablet rest, book holder pillow, crochet tablet pillow, tablet stand

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This is a crochet pattern PDF - NOT the actual finished item !

About book/tablet holder:

This pattern series was inspired by my son (check out my other designs). He’s not too keen on reading and I tried to encourage his somehow and make reading more fun. Towards the evening he was also complaining that he’s too tired to hold the book so I came up with the idea of making him something to prop his book on and that’s how the book holder series came about (more designs coming soon).

This crochet holder is also ideal for resting tablets, kindles etc.

Stuart book/tablet holder is not only a fun toy but also a very useful learning tool. After I’ve created this book holder I’ve found out that presenting reading or math material in a vertical format is conducive to better learning. That’s because the mind is able to process in a more natural manner of looking forward rather than looking downward.

Thanks to this holder your child can even have a drink while reading or watching films on their tablets! How cool is that?

About this pattern:

US terms used.

The pattern is in the form of very detailed written description with loads of notes and tips. Additionally I’ve included 42 photos over 12 pages to make the pattern easy to understand even for beginners who would like to learn more skills.

This pattern can be bought in a pack with my other book holder patterns for discounted price (Check out my other listings).

****** This is a crochet pattern PDF - NOT the actual finished item. Refunds will not be given if you thought it was physical item. **************

*Please note you'll need adobe acrobat reader in order to read the pdf pattern.*

Note: To print the pdf pattern please first save it to your computer, click on the file to open it in Adobe Reader and then print it out. It might not print out the whole pattern if you will try printing it via web browser pdf viewer.

Note: You can substitute the yarn I used with any super bulky yarn that suggests 9-10mm hook.

Average review
Very nice and informative pattern. My only suggestion would be to be a bit more specific, at the beginning of the round, of the color change. So at round 30, I feel the color change should be recognized promptly at the very beginning of this round and perhaps to have the previous round (29) as the end of the round. You carried the ending of round 29 into the beginning of round 30. Do you get what I mean? Overall a very well presented pattern.
Jan 1, 2018 by Angie Adams
That it's a Minion...pattern is a little confusing and hard to follow...
Dec 28, 2017 by lorie