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Thread: Looking for eye glass case pattern

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    Senior Member Scraps's Avatar
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    Looking for eye glass case pattern

    I made a bag for my sister & I want to include a matching eye glass case. I know how to make the style pulling the outer side thru the opening in the lining, but I started writing down a pattern using seven inch squares sewn together & folded ------ lost it & can't find it again online. Any of you ladies make any of this style?

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    I've made quite a few and have a bunch bookmarked. I'm pretty sure I made this one, it calls for a 10" square though. 7" sure sounds familiar, I may have modified this one.

    http://www.createcraftlove.com/stitc...lasses-case/2/

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    I don't particularly remember watching this youtube tute but this is close to what I did. My handwritten directions say 7" x 7" for cloth and batting. 7" x 4" for binding.

    Press binding in half. Sew to outside fabric. Fold and iron to back, leaving 3/4" in back.
    Place batting on back of cloth, under binding. Sew.
    Turn case so the fronts face, sew edges.
    Turn right side out.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Irqg7EWPnqE

    Is this what you were thinking of?

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    Senior Member Scraps's Avatar
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    The pattern I want used a 7" square for both outer fabric & fleece lining. Sew together & fold lengthwise etc. It was pretty slick. It must have been on a blog. Thanks!


    [QUOTEpattern =KenmoreGal2;7390778]I've made quite a few and have a bunch bookmarked. I'm pretty sure I made this one, it calls for a 10" square though. 7" sure sounds familiar, I may have modified this one.

    [url]http://www.createcraftlove.com/stitched

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    I saw a pattern where you took a potholder and made it into one.
    A Good Friend, like an old quilt, is both a Treasure and a Comfort

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManiacQuilter2 View Post
    I saw a pattern where you took a potholder and made it into one.
    Thank you - yes I have found many ideas.

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