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Fabric Sunglasses Case

By: Lelanie Denso for To Sew With Love

The summer is a great time for free easy sewing projects...and what better way to get your summer crafting started than with this Fabric Sunglasses Case from Lelanie Denso?  You'll be sporting styling sunglasses even when you're not wearing them!

 Fabric Sunglasses Case


  • Fabric (for inside and outside)
  • Iron-on interfacing
  • Lace
  • Faux pearl bead
  • Scissors
  • Sewing machine and supplies


  1. First and foremost, iron-on your interfacing on the wrong side of all of your fabric.

  2. Take a round item (I used a roll of packaging tape) and trace onto one of the edges of your fabric pieces.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  3. Following your traced round edge and cut it carefully with a pair of scissors.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  4. Get your outer fabric and sew on the lace.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  5. With the remaining lace, you can create a flower by creating pleats and had handsewing it on the fabric and adding a faux pearl bead on top.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  6. Place your fabrics right sides together (so the interfaced sides will be facing you). Sew them together with straight stitches leaving an area unsewn (2") so you can turn your piece later.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  7. Cut the tip of the these edges.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  8. Clip the rounded edges.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  9. Carefully, turn it inside out.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  10. Mark until where you would be sewing it close.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  11. Topstitch the top of your sleeve (with the rounded sides) but only until 1" after the blue mark.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  12. Fold in half, inner fabric facing you, and sew two straight stitches with backtracks only to close the side.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  13. Lift your foot with the needle down and turn your fabric until your fabric's side is parallel to the length of your presser foot.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  14. Sew all the way down.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  15. And the bottom.

    Fabric Sunglasses Case
  16. Turn it inside out and you now have your sunglasses or eyeglasses sleeve!

    Fabric Sunglasses Case


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