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Thread: Easy, how to make sewing kit from dollar store eyeglass case

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    Easy, how to make sewing kit from dollar store eyeglass case


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    Wish I had seen this earlier. These would make a great gift for my grandchildren.
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    Love it. Thanks for sharing.
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    That is so stinkin cute!! Thanks for sharing!
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    I hate the plain cases they are boring and I could never find them in my purse. So I covered a couple like this but on the 2nd one I made the inside out of 2 separate pieces and added a little extra to the top to hang over the hinge area that went to the bottom of the case. It opens easier this way

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    cute gift idea!! thanks for the link

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    I'm coping the instructions so I can make these for next years Christmas stocking for my neighbors.

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    Thanks for the link. The little sewing case is so cute. She has a really nice site. I looked at some other tutes of hers and really enjoyed them.

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    I like this - it is really sturdy. I think it would be a cute idea for teachers' gifts. As a teacher I frequently needed to make emergency repairs to students' clothing (and sometimes my own). You could easily personalize this for a man or woman! I would definitely add seveeral different sizes of safety pins and needles with monochromatic thread. It would also be great to give a guy for his desk at work.

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    i like it cool idea
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