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Needing to wear an eyepatch to correct vision trouble can be a bummer for a kid. A custom eyepatch in their favorite color and design, you can make ...
Cut two circles approximately 2 to 2 1/2 inches in diameter. I traced a glass that was about the right size. Use whatever works, it doesn't have to ...
Tie knots in the elastic as shown. One piece should be a loop sized to slip onto the temple piece, the other should be large enough to slip ...
Sew the elastic pieces to the back circle, making sure to catch the knots so they cannot be pulled out.
Glue the two pieces of fabric together, making sure the edge is well stuck, especially around the elastic. Use glue made for felt, not the Tacky glue shown. ...
Decorate the front with bits of felt, fabric paint, sequins, embroidery, iron-on patches, or anything you like. Make sure the design will be right side up when the ...
Slide the small loop onto the temple piece. With the patch behind the lens, hook the larger loop over the nose pad. If there is no nose pad, ...
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