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Here is a fun sewing project that anyone can do. Make yourself an glasses case to protect your specs! You’ll need: 9″ by 9" piece of fabric. (I ...
Step 1: Pin the outer fabric and the cotton batting together. Sew the two layers together, using vertical lines spaced about 1 inch apart.
Step 2: Use a rotary cutter and ruler to square up the fabric. Trim the edges so that the finished piece measures 8.5" by 8.5".
Step 3: Fold the outer layer in half, right sides together. Pin, and sew along the long side and 1 short side, using a 1/4 inch seam allowance.
Step 4: Turn the fabric right side out. Use a long, blunt object (like knitting needles) to poke out the corners.
Step 5: Time for the lining. Fold the lining fabric in half, right sides together. Sew along the long side, using a 1/4 inch seam allowance. Sew along ...
Step 6: Slip the outer piece inside the lining as shown. Pin the two pieces together and stitch around the opening.
Step 7: Pull the outer piece out through the opening in short side of the lining fabric. Don’t tuck the lining in just yet.
Step 8: Hand stitch (or let's be honest, machine stitch) the opening in the lining fabric closed.
Step 10: Tuck the lining in, again using a long blunt object to poke out the corners. Ta da! You did it. *For personal use only, please.
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