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Reversible Liberty Sunglasses Case

By: Heidi Robinson from
Reversible Liberty Sunglasses Case
Reversible Liberty Sunglasses Case
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No matter where you are, it is always a good idea to have a pair of sunglasses on-hand just in case the summer sun shines too bright in your eyes. Instead of letting your favorite pair of spectacles roll around in your purse and gathering scratches, make the Reversible Liberty Sunglasses Case. This adorable DIY sunglasses case is a simple drawstring bag that is easy enough to make in an hour and sturdy enough to protect your precious glasses. If you do not like wearing sunnies, you could easily use this pattern for reading glasses, too.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Under an hour

Sewn by: Both Hand and Machine


Materials List
  • Two 8.5" Squares of fabric
  • Thread to match
  • sewing machine (if using)
  • Sewing needle
  • Ribbon or cording for drawstring
  • Scissors
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Just about everyone loses there sunglasses or misplaces them because they just lay them down an sometimes they get knocked off and then they break. Well what if you had somewhere to put them then this will not happen. Why not make one of these super simple sunglass case. While you are at it make a few for kids or grand kids,family or friends. This is a great way to put those pieces of scraps to use. Use fun fabrics or decorate them. I am going to put something in the middle to cushion it so if dropped they will not break. Any ideas? I am getting my grands some new sunglasses and one of these cases. Super easy tutorial.

I'll definitely be making this case to hold my extra pair of glasses!


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