How to Sew a Snappy Pouch & DiscountGlasses.com Review

May 22, 2017   /   byMelissa Mora  / Categories :  Feeds

Sew a Snappy Pouch - Genius! Use Metal Measuring Tape as a Pouch Closure - Glasses Case Tutorial by Melly SewsHey y’all – today I’m going to show you something so cool – how to make a snappy pouch using metal measuring tape for the closure. The first time I saw someone use this trick I knew I would eventually want to include it in a project. And when this post came along, it occurred Read the Rest...

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