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Category Pretty Little Things 41 - Retro Summer, Accessories, Scheepjes Publications
Suggested yarn Maxi Sweet Treat
Type Case
Technique other
Languages dutch english-uk
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Felt Sunglasses Case

By Liz Barraclough

Sew a colourful Felt Sunglasses Case to keep your glasses safe and easy to find! Designer Liz Barraclough chose 3mm thick felt in vivid tropical shades for the simple pattern pieces. As well as protecting the lenses, the felt will not fray and is a pleasure to stitch into without the need for an embroidery hoop. The pattern includes schematic and instructions for embroidering Liz’s palm tree and cute itsy bitsy bikini motifs with stranded cotton. Or, for a super quick embellishment, you could easily customize your case with a ready-made iron-on patch! Scheepjes Maxi Sweet Treat is a lovely yarn to stitch with and is used to sew the three pattern pieces together. This also gives crocheters the option to add a decorative border and hands-free strap.

List of Materials

Makes one case of each colour

Queen’s Quality Felt (100% Polyester; 3mm thick)

  • 10 x 50cm pink
  • 10 x 50cm orange

Scheepjes Maxi Sweet Treat (100% Mercerised Cotton; 25g/140m)

  • 101 Yellow x 1 ball

DMC Stranded Cotton

  • Green x 1 skein
  • Eggshell x 1 skein
  • Yellow x 1 skein
  • Rust x 1 skein
  • Blue x 1 skein
  • 8cm square of tissue paper x 2
  • Basic sewing kit
  • 1.5mm crochet hook (optional for Crochet Border and Wrist Strap)


This pattern appears in Pretty Little Things 41 – Retro Summer, published by Scheepjes. The Pretty Little Things booklet is available in print in both UK English and Dutch language via Scheepjes retailers. It is also available as an eBook via Ravelry.

Our monthly publication Pretty Little Things (Klein Maar Fijn) showcases 3 multicraftual patterns made with Scheepjes yarns. Colourful projects that are beginner-friendly, affordable, and appealing to all crafters thanks to the adorable aesthetic. Who doesn’t love a pretty ‘weekend’ project?

Other patterns by Liz Barraclough