Even when I wear my bifocal contacts, my vision isn't clear enough for close work. I'm making friends with readers - AKA magnifying glasses.
My favorite pair of readers came from Michael's. They were inexpensive, and did not come with a protective case. So what do us sew-ers and quilters do? Of course! Find an Internet tutorial and make them.
If you've been reading my blog for a while, you might know I collect palm tree fabric prints. What better place to use them than for eyeglass cases? Instead of putting batting between the outside and lining, I used fusible fleece. It seems sturdier, to better protect the lenses.
Finished, a reader case measure 2-1/2" X 7".
The sunglasses case is 3-1/2" X 7".
Since making several items using personalized fabrics: wine coasters; a name tag; and now these eyeglass cases, I wonder if any of you do the same.
If you were a piece of print fabric, what would you be?Linda