DIY No-Sew Leather Glasses Pouch

Written by Mandy Pellegrin of Fabric Paper Glue.

I’m back this month with yet another easy leather project. I’m sorry, but I just can’t help myself. It’s such a great supply to work with! This month, I’m using a gorgeous piece of white leather to create just about the easiest (and arguably cutest) glasses pouch that ever existed — perfect for your summer sunnies!

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DIY No-Sew Leather Glasses Pouch // Supplies: 3.5″ x 17″ piece of leather, ruler, marker, utility hole punch, craft knife, button stud closure, leather glue

No-Sew Leather Glasses Pouch - Supplies

Step 1: At one end of the leather, use a ruler and marker to mark four rows of offset polka dots. Begin the first row with a single dot centered 0.5″ from the edge. From there, I placed my dots 0.75″ from one another with each row of dots 0.5″ apart.

No-Sew Leather Glasses Pouch - Step 1

Step 2: Use a utility punch to punch a hole through each of the marked dots.

No-Sew Leather Glasses Pouch - Step 2

Step 3: In the very center dot closest to the edge, use a utility knife to cut a small slit from the hole away from the edge.
No-Sew Leather Glasses Pouch - Step 3

Step 4: Use a utility punch to punch a hole in the center approximately 1″ from the opposite edge as the punched polka dots.

No-Sew Leather Glasses Pouch - Step 4

Step 5: Install a screw-on button stud closure through this hole.

No-Sew Leather Glasses Pouch - Step 5

Step 6: Beginning at the end with the button stud closure, apply a small bead of glue along the first 7″ of each edge.

No-Sew Leather Glasses Pouch - Step 6 and 7

Step 7: Fold the where the glue ends, and press the edges together. Allow to dry, and enjoy!

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  1. […] Every pair of sunglasses needs a case not to get scratched. To make this case you won’t have to sew! The supplies are 3.5″ x 17″ piece of leather, ruler, marker, utility hole punch, craft knife, button stud closure, leather glue. At one end of the leather, use a ruler and marker to mark four rows of offset polka dots. Begin the first row with a single dot centered 0.5″ from the edge. From there, place the dots 0.75″ from one another with each row of dots 0.5″ apart. Use a utility punch to punch a hole through each of the marked dots. Continue making the case looking here. […]

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