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Flat iron case

On the weekend I have sewed a travel case for my flat iron. I know how important this little object could be for women. I have just started to use it, but by now I wouldn't travel without it. 
Do you use flat iron? Do you have a case for it? 

Note: This cozy is enough big to put also your hair brush into.




Materials

  • a fabric stripe (in size 28' x 7')
  • a flice stripe (in size 28' x 7')
  • zips / press stud / velcro tape. This is optional. I am using a safety pin :)


Tutorial

I don't write step-to-step tutorial, I just show the main steps. This is so easy.

1. Sew the fabrics together on 3 sides.

2. Turn it out. Sew the 4th side together.

3. Fold the stripe in three-quarter together. Sew it around.

You are done!



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Comments

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog Hanni!
    I love this little project :) & it's quite simple to make too!
    -Kayla

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  2. great tutorial! i love the bow, simple and pretty!

    jemmza.blogspot.com

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  3. Adorable fabric, and yes, I absolutely have to travel with my flat iron as well. Thanks for sharing at our LInk It Up Thursday party.

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  4. super cute! I need to make one of these for sure! I am now following you from the shabby nest linky party.
    Jesika

    craftgeekjj.blogspot.com :]

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  5. Very cute! Just might have to make one for myself!

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  6. So cute.. I love the Pink Bow.. :) Thanks for linking up at friday fun party..
    Love
    Hani

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  7. What a great and useful tutorial! We will be featuring this in the blog today. do grab afeatured button if you fancy so ^^)

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