What a fantastic Song right? A Classic, yes, but I’m talking about these eyeglass cases. I just can’t stop making them. Here are a few more with links to my etsy shop. Loving sewing again!leaffrontThis just might be my favorite one. The combination of my hand dyed terra cotta sateen, Japanese woven fabric and the gold blanket stitch make me so happy! Lined with my hand dyed indigo and embellished with beads that my dear Annie Hunter gave me years ago in Brooklyn when we were whiches. The matching of the blanket stitches just happened, I didn’t even notice they met up perfectly until the piece was done. For sale here.

purpfrntYep loving this one too.Stitched up the side and more beads from Annie. I only have six of those. Limited edition. Love working with the woven cottons from Japan. And this is one of my favorite hand dyes from last summer. For sale here.

woodbutfrontGold stitching on this one with threads from LC’s Cottage. Laura, I told you I would get around to using those beautiful threads! Old button from my collection. Dyed indigo sateen inside. Nice and soft for your glasses. For sale here.

pinkbuttonfrtHere is the first one I ever made. A little crunchy but I hope the pretty vintage button makes up for it! For sale here.

Thanks for coming by! Have a wonderful, creative evening!

xoxo, Marjie

About Marjorie

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4 Responses to More

  1. lmoserpdx says:

    Love every one of these beauties! I’ll have to get some spare pairs of glasses so I can stock up. 🙂 I love that you gave each one its own personality– so lovely.

  2. Laura says:

    Fun to see how you have incorporated unique fabrics, beads and stitching to create these one of a kind eyeglass cases!

    • marjorie says:

      Thanks Laura! Yes by now I’ve got so many small pieces of fabric and embellishments. trying to put it all together to make some new things for the shop and the gallery at home. So happy to quilt something small!

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