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  • Belinda Dobbins

    Eyeglass Case from a tie for Father's Day gifts

  • Wanda Link

    Use old ties to make an eyeglass case. Recycled Craft Ideas - Mason Jar and Recycled Crafts - Country Living

  • Vickie Mapp

    Eye Glass Holder~~~Recycled Craft Ideas - Mason Jar and Recycled Crafts - Country Living

  • Karyn McNeal

    Sewing Crafts - 27 Creative Sewing Projects - Country Living -- I love this idea to turn a men's neck tie into an eyeglass holder! Cute Father's Day gift.

  • Mary Jo Schrempp

    Transform a traditional necktie into a nifty eyeglass case. (A fun gift idea for Father's Day!) Step 1: Lay a tie front side down. Measure and mark 17 inches in from the pointed tip, then cut the tie widthwise. Discard the narrow end of the tie. Step 2: Using a seam ripper, open the seam along the back of the tie at least six inches, to create a pouch for the glasses. Step 3: Measure eight inches in from the cut end and mark. Fold the tie at the mark toward the pointed tip; tuck under 1/2 inch of cut edge and pin. Step 4: Using hand-stitches along the top and sides, secure the folded-over portion of tie to the top layer of fabric beneath it (taking care not to sew the pouch closed). Finish by affixing a set of self-adhesive Velcro dots to keep the case closed.

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