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Love Sewing Glasses Case (Project & Photos by Kayleigh)

I wanted a small simple project to make that’s quick and easy and also fun. I had a look at all the magazine clippings I had and found one for a glasses case from Love Sewing. I needed a case to store my clip-on sunglasses that go over my main glasses.


I had a piece of material that wasn’t big enough for a large project but was colourful and good enough for this project. The material I used was a multi coloured, striped piece that I bought from Truro Fabrics. I also used a pink bed sheet that I found in a charity shop for 99p (it seems to come in handy for lots of projects). I used the bed sheet for the lining. I also used a popper that can be bought from almost any craft shop.


I didn’t use iron on interfacing, instead I used a piece of the bed sheet and pinned it to the main material so I could stitch it as I went along. Although, you could stitch it to the reverse of the main material first.


It was quite tricky at first and I really had to pay attention to the instructions but now I’ve done it once it should be easy to do it again and again. Even though I had trouble to start with I managed to have it done by lunch time (and that’s the important thing because I love lunch). It also turned out big enough that you could use it as a clutch bag.



May all your crafting wishes come true...

Kayleigh