Cell Phone, Rotary Cutter or Eyeglass case

S4mini phone case (1)

Cell Phone, Rotary Cutter or Eyeglass case

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Cell Phone, Rotary Cutter or Eyeglass case

B/A”

batting

Cell Phone, Rotary Cutter or Eyeglass case

Lining

Cut a A” x 19″ piece of your face material and lining.

Cut a A” x sixteen ½” piece of batting.

Place lining material proper aspect down.

Place batting on prime of lining material roughly M/A” down from the highest edge. (See fig. B)

Figure M

Place face material RIGHT aspect up, lining up the highest fringe of the face material with the highest fringe of the liner. Pin the three layers collectively.

Arrange the couching yarn the complete size of the piece, looping and swirling in a satisfying method.

Fold the face material, lining and couching yarn down B/A” in the direction of the liner and pin.

Couch the yarn down both by hand or machine, stitching via all A layers. I typically zig-zag with Polyester Invisible (out there from Sulky or Superior Threads), however typically use an ornamental thread.

Top sew the folded edge with the thread of your selection.

Embellish with beads, sequins, charms, and so on. (See Embellishment Village’s free beading handout.

With proper sides collectively, fold the highest stitched edge up S” and pin uncooked edges. Stitch across the case from the highest stitched edge to the highest stitched edge on the opposite aspect. (See determine P)

Cell Phone, Rotary Cutter or Eyeglass case

Turn proper aspect out.

Fold unfinished aspect edges in B/A” and press.

Fold prime edge down B/A” and press.

Fold pressed prime edge right down to the highest of the highest stitched edge, creating the closing flap for the case.

Top sew across the folded flap.

Add a snap to the flap.

Cell telephone, Rotary Cutter or Eyeglass case

Supplies listing

A” x 19″ piece face material

A” x 19″ piece lining material

A” x sixteen ½” piece cotton batting

24″ piece ornamental yarn

Assortment of beads, charms and sequins for embellishment Basic stitching provides

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