Make a Protective Eyeglasses Case from Scraps
July 31, 2020 | Projects for Scraps|
It Makes a Great Gift!
Go through your scraps and pull out an attractive combination for this handy eyeglasses case. Any color combination will be wonderful.
The charming case is great for glasses of any kind and makes a lovely gift. It’s an easy project that you can have finished quickly.
Batting adds protective padding, although the addition of a stiff fusible interfacing will add more structure.
The finished case, designed by Alison Gamm, is about 3 1/2″ x 7 1/2″ when closed.
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