Patchwork Sunglasses Case Pattern

Patchwork Sunglasses Case Pattern

5,95 €Price

This is a  digital download pattern in a pdf format, not a finished product.

The pattern designed by NordicCrafter. You will received a zip file containg 4 files (Instructions,  Templates for the case body and flap, Printable 3/4 inch Hexagon EPP templates)

 

Product description:

Patchwork Sunglasses Case Pattern, digital download 

 

Patchwork Sunglasses Case is a fun versatile pattern that offers endless possibilities for using either Traditional Piecing or English Paper Piecing (EPP). Simple quilting lets the fabric and design shine. A slightly rounded shape adds a modern twist to the classic combo of patchwork flap and quilted exterior. There is a small pocket for a cleaning cloth or cash/cards inside. I give instructions for hexagons (EPP)  and Tiny Log Cabin (Traditional Piecing), yet you can use any other EPP shapes (honeycombs, diamonds, triangles, tumblers, clamshells etc) or patchwork designs (strips, squares or improv) to create your own sunglasses case. This is a perfect project for using scraps. It is aimed at confident beginner sewists who have experience with EPP and sewing as I don´t provide specific instructions on basting or sewing epp shapes.

 

The pattern includes:
- instructions for creating patchwork flap (EPP or Traditional piecing), piecing the exterior, interior and assembling the case

- templates for the Case body and Flap 

- EPP  3/4" Hexagon templates

 

Size:

3 1/4” tall  x  7” at the top 

(8.3  x  17.8 cm) 

 

Skill level:  Confident beginner

 

Do not copy or redistribute this pattern in any form, it’s for personal use only. You may sell handmade items made from this pattern, sewn by you on a small scale, but mass production of any sort is not allowed. If you sell or show a picture of your made item, the credit for the pattern must be given to NordicCrafter.

 

Copyright © Irina Malyukova, Finland, 2021. All rights reserved.

 

  • File Format

    This is a digital download pdf file, not a finished product.