Here is a super quick, super easy gift to sew. I made one tonight to enclose within the folklore bag I made for a friend. The One Yard Wonders book called for the yard to be used as the lining too, and by using another fabric to line the bag, I was able to save a nice bit of the bag fabric for more than one project like this.
I used the serger to finish the outside of the flap. This was the tightest curve I have serged, and I had to go over it again....so it is not as neat as I wished it was, but it looks nice and pretty.
Glasses cases are the kind of simple project that you can whip up quickly and you don't need a pattern or tutorial. The ones I have made in the past have been as simple as a rectangle...you really don't need a flap.
Here is mine, which I made from the leftover fabric from my sewing machine and serger covers. My great great grandmother bought this polyester prequilted patchwork print fabric and my mother gave it to me, so it is a special fabric for me.
And then here is Mr. Green's. I have made a total of 4 gifts (he got this - and other things- for father's day) from this guitar print shirt that fit no one here!
I learned from this one that it is probably better not to use the serger on small projects you are going to turn!
I don't need to make more of these for gifts now, though, and that is why I showed you ours, too. I do plan to make another glasses case for a Christmas gift, to go in another purse I plan to make, but those will be done on the Knifty Knitter looms. I will show them after I make them.
I think a handmade glasses case would make a nice teacher gift, or for an uncle or aunt or grandpa... just about anyone could use a soft quilted holder for their glasses or sunglasses. And you can make these up in a flash, so it is definitely an easy gift to sew to keep in mind!
I promise to be back really soon with another project.