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    • Bailey Tait

      How To Transform Your Hoodie Into A Computer Sleeve # Lifehacks

    • Tasha

      Hoodie to a laptop case - nice idea for any kind of travel or impromptu protection. I love DIY things that don't involve extra materials!

    • Kristel

      Cool idea. hoodie into laptop bag

    • Cheyenne Pritschau

      How to transform your hoodie into a computer sleeve. College #DIY I have recently realized the importance of a laptop sleeve, so this needs saved.

    • Barbra Kris

      Great idea! How to transform your hoodie into a #computer #sleeve. #DIY

    • Clyde Traya

      Crazy Awesome Life Hacks - Hoodie Computer Sleeve

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