Added Nov 2, 2010
Since I work night shift I always use a sleep mask and I found when I came home my husband always wore mine and stretched it out. So I took my old one and traced it to make a pattern. I made one for him and I.
I used soft silky remnant I found for one side and ultra cuddle fabric on the other. I interfaced the satin side and used scrap fleece instead of batting on the cuddle side (ultra blackout). I quilted the fleece and the cuddle together. I added piping around the outside and I made bias tape for the part the elastic goes in. (I’m going to post sometime soon on how to make continuous bias tape). For my husband I used a bandana (very manly) and for mine I used some left over bias tape I made from a previous project.
This was really easy to make and we both love ours!!! Bonsoir!
Satin remnant, interfacing, fleece, piping, homemade bias tape, elastic, ultra cuddle fabric
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