Are you looking for a fun and easy sewing project that will not only protect your reading glasses or sunglasses, but can also be a fantastic gift for your family and friends? This beginner sewing pattern is for a simple glasses case suitable for any skill level and most types of eyewear.
The pattern includes printable pattern pieces, detailed instructions, and plenty of helpful photos to guide you through the process. You don't need any special equipment or advanced sewing skills to make this cute and functional pouch. If you have basic sewing supplies and a sewing machine, this pattern will be right for you.
One very handy feature of this case is the optional tab. By adding a tab and using with a split ring, you can attach the case to your bag or purse, making your glasses easily accessible whenever you need them. No more digging through your bag – they’ll be safely stored ready for quick access.
Other features of this glasses case are:
- Fully lined
- Lightly padded
- Easy to use Velcro fastener
- Tab for attaching to split ring (optional)
When it comes to fabric choice, quilting cottons, decorator (unbacked curtain fabric) or light weight denims are best suited for this project. These fabrics are not only durable, they also come in a large variety of attractive colours and patterns, allowing you to personalise your project to suit your taste. What’s more, since only a minimal amount of fabric is required, it’s an excellent opportunity to utilise all those fabric scraps you may have lying around.
For the lining, quilting cottons or any basic cotton such as broadcloth or poplin, are a suitable choice. You’ll also need an iron on fleece such as Vilene H630 or Pellon 987F to give your glasses case a soft, padded feel. If you’re after a more thickly padded case, Vilene H640 or Pellon Thermolam TP971F will work just as well.
Whether you're making one for yourself or creating a thoughtful last-minute gift, you'll appreciate how quick and straightforward this pattern is. It allows you to create a stylish and functional glasses case in no time! The detailed photos provide additional visual guidance, helping to make the whole experience as enjoyable and rewarding as possible.
So, gather your materials, set up your sewing machine, and get ready to create a beautiful glasses case. A word of warning though, sewing these cases is a little addictive, so you probably won’t want to stop at one!
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