Pale Paisley Eyeglass Case / by PiecefulDesign / Glasses Case / Readers Cozy / Eyewear Keeper
Protect those eyeglasses in style with this gorgeous Pale Paisley Eyeglass Case! It seems with commercially-produced glasses cases, you’ve got two choices: big and bulky that take up way too much space in your purse, or flimsy fabric that are too soft to protect anything. This case solves both of those problems– with style! These flexible, yet soft and sturdy, cases are made of four layers of protection: a gorgeous outer fabric, a layer of stiff interfacing, a layer of soft felt batting for cushioning, and a coordinating inner lining fabric. All edges — inside and out — are finished, so there are no raw edges to fray. It’s perfect to keep your peepers scratch-free in your handbag or on your nightstand!
This listing is for ONE case, choose the size at checkout.
While all of these handy eyewear cases are the same length at 7 inches, they do come in two sizes– small and large. Which one will fit your glasses?
Large: the finished size measures about 3 1/4 inches wide. It’s shown holding my daughter’s oversized sunglasses that measure about two inches tall. The glasses fit securely without slipping out.
Small: the finished size measures about 2 3/4 inches wide. It’s shown holding my own eyeglasses that are about 1 1/4 inches tall, about the size of standard over-the-counter reading glasses. The glasses fit securely without slipping out.
Please note, while your case will be made from the same fabric, the pattern placement may differ slightly due to the nature of this gorgeous fabric! Glasses and other photo props not included. But you knew that, right?
PPale Paisley Eyeglass Case — Keep your peepers stylishly safe and secure!
Specification: Pale Paisley Eyeglass Case / by PiecefulDesign / Glasses Case / Readers Cozy / Eyewear Keeper
|Dimensions||8 × 4 × 1 in|
Welcome to Pieceful Design! Although I started my fabric journey as a quilter, my signature product is fabric baskets and bowls. I use only luscious batik fabrics to make, wrapping strips of these rich fabrics around cotton clothesline, which I then coil and sew on a sewing machine. Additionally, you'll find various bags and pouches that I make as well. Not only are they incredibly useful for staying organized, but they're also a great way for me to make a dent in my fabric stash!
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