Liberty glasses cases

Liberty glasses cases

I finished my second Liberty hexie glasses case at the weekend.
I was glad to have this completed. I don’t like to have a nearly completed piece hanging around for too long.
Too many unfinished WIPs start to gnaw away at me and turn my craft into work.
Liberty Hexie glasses case.
I’ve made this one a tiny bit wider than the pink one to cover up more of the spring clasp at the opening.

Liberty Hexie glasses case.
But it really doesn’t make that much difference.

I’m still working on my Liberty Hexie wall hanging.

I went with the…………… grey!
Liberty Hexie wall hanging

Love, Lucie xx

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About lovelucie1

I cannot sit without something in my hands to sew, crochet, sketch etc. This becoming something of an addiction. In fact, I start to get twitchy if I am stationary somewhere, waiting for an appointment, waiting for my daughter, away with work, without some project to keep my hands busy. Minutes wasted make me anxious. This blog logs my progress to raise funds through my creations to feed my textile habbit.

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  1. I love the glasses case and the gray looks awesome.

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  2. Very pretty with the grey, a good choice!

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  3. These are a great idea, with normal and reading glasses I could do with some of these !

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  4. The grey is looking better than I thought it would. It makes a big difference once the hexagons are pieced together with the background rather than laid on top doesn’t it?

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  5. Such a lovely way to use lots of different Liberty prints if you can’t choose a favourite! Grey is a good choice – looking good so far:)

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  6. The glasses cases are very pretty, and the wall hanging is looking great too!

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  7. loobyloucreations

    I love the cases and i also love grey, great choice 🙂

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  8. The cases are so pretty. The fabrics go together so well and I love hexagons of course.

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  9. Both projects look lovely! 🙂

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  10. Your wallhanging reminds me of a hexagons bedspread that I bought from a car boot sale. It is totally handsewn in hundreds of different fabrics and contrasted with a pale blue. I can only imagine the hours of love that went into making it! I love it.

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    • You are not the only one I have come across who has bought a hexie quilt from a car boot! It’s wonderful how some of these end up with people who appreciate them. Hours and hours of work thank fully not wasted!

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  11. I bought sew, home and style this weekend which has a whole section on Liberty prints. Very interesting.

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  12. Is it easy ti fit the flexi frame? Looks great by the way!

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    • Very, very easy. It comes in the 2 long bits which you just thread through the top. Then you feed a pin through both of the hinges, much like the pins of a watch, attached to the watch strap. Piece of cake.

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