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Summer Sunglasses Case

By: Diane from Vintage Zest

If you're looking for simple sewing projects to do this summer, you should certainly take a look at this Summer Sunglasses Case. This stylish and practical case is perfectly purse-sized and would make a great gift for any of your friends. Free sewing tutorials don't come any cooler than this. There's no need for a trip to the store when you can make your very own Summer Sunglasses Case. Your sunglasses will never get lost or broken when you try this new sewing project.

Summer Sunglasses Case


  • Pattern
  • Main fabric - only small pieces needed for all fabrics
  • Lining fabric
  • Contrast fabric, if desired
  • Batting (For a more rigid case, use purse interfacing)
  • Elastic
  • Button


  1. Cut pieces from the fabric as directed on the pattern.

  2. Sew Pattern Piece A (flap) and Pattern Piece B (exterior) together as shown below for both the main and lining fabrics, but make sure to sew the batting to one set of fabrics.
  3. Press open.

  4. Sew Pattern Piece C (interior) to Piece B.
  5. Turn the lining piece inside out and press.

  6. Slide the lining piece into the exterior piece, matching up the edges.
  7. Between main and lining fabric of the flap, sandwich a loop of the elastic with the metal part outside of the sandwich.

  8. Beginning on one side of Piece C, sew the main fabric to the lining, leaving a 2-3 inch opening.
  9. Turn the case inside out through the opening.
  10. Topstitch all around the perimeter of the case.
  11. Put the glasses into the pouch in order to estimate where the button should be placed.
  12. Sew the button in place, and voila you're done!
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