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Making an Eyeglass Case from a Potholder

August 26, 2009

A quick and very easy to make eyeglasses/sunglasses holder. Make several: one for the car, one to keep by your favorite chair and one for your hobby room! These also make cute gifts for Christmas, birthdays or any special occasion!

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Approximate Time: 10 minutes by machine. A few minutes longer if sewing by hand!

Supplies:

Eyeglass Cozy Case made with a potholder.
 

Instructions:

Fold the pot holder in half (fold one side over to meet the edges of the other side). The loop should be on top.

Hand or machine stitch beginning at the top edge of the long side and continue stitching down the side and across the bottom edge. (Reinforce the stitching at the beginning and end points with a backstitch or two.) Eyeglass Cozy Case made with a potholder.

 

Insert your eyeglasses or sunglasses and ENJOY! Eyeglass Cozy Case made with a potholder.

 

The loop can be used to hang the eyeglass cozy on a hook or possibly on the door or window handle in your car. The cozy helps you keep up with your glasses while protecting them from scratches! These holder are especially handy if you have several pairs of eyeglasses, sunglasses or readers.

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By Pam from McMinnville, TN

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