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A Free Sewing Tutorial from The Happiest Camper Happiest Camper This simple and quick sewing project from Happiest Camper is ideal for beginners and fun for advanced sewers. It makes a cute little gift for anyone of your family or friends who wear glasses. Watch the free video tutorial to see how easy it is! Watch now: More like this: Kailo Chic Sunglasses Case Sew Simple: Zippered Sunglasses Case Sunnies Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections! Holiday Projects The
A Free Sewing DIY from A Kailo Chic Life Advertisement This sunglasses case from A Kailo Chic Life is the perfect beginner sewing project! This pattern allows for three or four sunglasses cases out of the 1/4 yard of fabric and lining, so this is an inexpensive sewing project too. Sewing Supplies: 1/4 yard of printed exterior fabric 1/4 yard lightweight lining fabric 1/4 yard of fusible fleece 18 pt sewing needle iron sewing machine, thread, and scissors Go to A Kailo Chic Li
A perfect sewing project for the confident beginner! Robert Kaufman Fabrics offers a free download with the template and sewing instructions to make a glasses sleeve case featuring Spec-Tacular fabric by Ine Beerten. The glasses sleeve measures 4” x 6-1/2”, and the fold over case measures 7” x 3-1/2 once completed. Go to the PDF Pattern Advertisement More glasses cases and sleeves to sew: SCALLOPED SUNGLASSES CASE SEWING PATTERN & TUTORIAL Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric
In this quick and easy-to-follow free sewing video, Eliza from ♥ DIY MODE demonstrates how she sews a zippered glasses case. Store your prescription eyeglasses or sunglasses securely inside with this zippered case. This case measures 20 x 11 cm or 7.9″ x 4.3″ – but Eliza recommends measuring your glasses, and adding a seam allowance because your glasses may be a completely different width or length. Zippered glasses cases make thoughtful gifts for Mother’s Day, birthdays, and
A walker, stroller, or wheelchair caddy makes mobility easier and provides a stable carrying and storage solution for everything. Keep everything within arms reach. A variety of clever designs, and tons of space. Mobility bags typically feature zippered pockets, easy hook and loop closures, simple snaps to secure the bag, and so many options for pockets! Check out these sewing projects and see if one of them suits you perfectly! NataPatterns ColoursforBaby donnasdesignsetc
A free sewing tutorial from Kathy Matthews for this zippered glasses case with Michael Miller's 20/20 fabric. Kathy Mathews offers this free sewing tutorial for this zippered glasses case with this Michael Miller fabric that she thinks is perfect. This fabric is called “20/20”. I was able to source this 20/20 fabric at Etsy in neutrals and jewel tones as you see used here. There is a rough pattern included with this free sewing project to download. Kathy designed the cas
This project is quick and easy, an excellent beginner project, and gift idea. You can easily sew it up in an afternoon or less. At this time of year it would be nice to make a couple of these cases out of velvet, wool, tweed, corduroy-if-you-dare, denim, faux leather or suede, or a home décor weight fabric. An excellent scrap busting project! This little project will keep your sunglasses or eyeglasses protected when you’re not using them. I wear sunglasses year round due
Ensure your shades stay scratch-free all year long by making a feminine glasses case to tuck into your purse using this quick and easy-to-follow tutorial. This case features a sweet scalloped edge and padding to keep your glasses well protected. Let the beautiful Amy from Positively Splendid show you how easily these come together, with just a minimal investment of supplies and time. They would make fabulous gifts! Make a purse to match! Get the Tutorial More like this: Ru
This sunglasses case pattern from Melissa Mortenson comes in two sizes. I love the shape of this pouch, it would probably prevent your sunglasses from sliding around and having the lenses scratched. This case would make a great gift and you can stitch it from your scrap pile. Get the PDF Pattern More like this: 20/20 Zippered Glasses Case Scalloped Sunglasses Case Sewing Pattern for a Glasses Case Kailo Chic Sunglasses Case Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections!
A fantastic sewing project for beginners. Fast, easy, and requires very little fabric. These chic sunglasses cases can of course be customized with any combination of fabrics and buttons. An ideal opportunity to recycle fabric and buttons! You could use a Velcro closure as well. Diane is absolutely right, (as well as clever), the possibilities are endless! Make a handbag to match?! These cases would be great gifts too. ↓ Get the Tutorial ♥ Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabr
Here is a cute-as-you-want-it-to-be glasses case. This case is great for keeping your sunglasses or your reading glasses cozy, safe, and dry. You can use oilcloth or vinyl which is great for durability, strength and a wipe-clean surface. You can make the case a shorter length for a coin purse if you don’t want to make a glasses case. Get the Tutorial More like this: Kailo Chic Sunglasses Case Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections! Holiday Projects The Elsie K. B
This case for a pair of glasses would make a nice last minute gift! Here’s what you need: Two pieces of coordinating fabric Lightweight fusible fleece Coordinating thread Scissors Brooch or decorative embellishment (optional) Get the Tutorial Advertisement More glasses cases and sleeves to sew: Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections! Holiday Projects The Elsie K. Baglet Pattern from StudioKat Designs ✁ DIYFluffies - Stuffed Animal Sewing & Crochet Patterns - Buy 5 p
I like the flex-frame concept because it’s a nice easy open and close for any pouch or case you’d want to make. I featured a similar project called the Snap Trap Little Kids Wallet that uses a flex frame as well. Instead of buying a flex frame, two 5″ lengths of 3/4″ wide metal measuring tape was used. Genius! Let Sugar Cane show you how to do it! Get the Tutorial ♥ Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections! Holiday Projects The Elsie K. Baglet Pattern from StudioK
No UFO (un-finished object) Glasses Case is the second pattern in my series to continue our effort to deal with UFO’s. We all have those UFO blocks tucked away to be used someday. The block I used is from a set of black and pink blocks that I did not make into a quilt. Any block in any color will work. Plain fabric can be substituted for the quilt block. It’s your choice. This pattern comes with instructions for an optional hook and loop closure or a button and ribbon closure