Sew a Sunglasses Case with a Free Pattern

Learn how to sew a sunglasses case with a free sewing pattern! Keep your sunglasses case safe in your bag with a beginner sewing project!

SUPPLIES – 1 fat quarter of cotton fabric – Lightweight fusible interfacing – Fusible fleece – Plastic snaps and snap tool or button – Sewing tools – Sewing machine

Using the pattern pieces cut out two pieces of fabric. Cut out one piece of fusible fleece and one piece of fusible interfacing.

Transfer the pattern marks from the pattern to one of the fabric pieces using your favorite marking tool.

Optional: Sew rows of straight stitches to add some quilting. Place the two fabric pieces right sides together and pin.

Sew around the edge with a 3/8 inch seam allowance. Leave a 3 inch hole for turning. Backstitch when you start and when you stop.

Edgestitch around the edge for a nice finish and to close the hole.

Turn the case right side out. Poke out the corners and the curve. Press the case flat.

Fold the case along the lower line so that the bottom edge comes up 1/3 of the case.

Add a row of edgestitching to each side to secure the pocket. Backstitch when you start and when you stop.

Add a plastic snap to the curved edge on the mark. Fold the top over and add a snap to the pocket side.

You can also do this with a button and buttonhole if you want. The buttonhole would be on the flap, and the button would be on the pocket.

Swipe up for full tutorial!

 for more sewing projects and tutorials!