DIY Flat Iron Case Sewing Tutorial

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DIY Flat Iron Case Sewing Tutorial
DIY Flat Iron Case Sewing Tutorial
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Need a good place to keep your flat iron when you aren't using it? Try following this DIY Flat Iron Case Sewing Tutorial to make your own flat iron case. When you make your own DIY flat iron case, you can have a Vera Bradley-inspired fabric case without paying the price for the original. This sewing idea is simple and the heat-resistant fabric lining makes it perfect for handling hot irons. You no longer need to wait for your iron to cool before putting it away. Check out this free sewing tutorial and learn how to create your DIY flat iron case.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening


Primary TechniqueSewing


Project TypeMake a Project

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What!!!! You can put your flat iron in this before it cools off. What a great case this is going to be. I hate waiting for my hair appliances to cool down it takes so long. Where can I get this heat resistance fabric? I think I will make some in other sizes for my hair dryer too. These are a great idea so you can just grab them to take with you where ever you have to go.I know a lot of people that these cases will make great gifts. Such a very quick and easy tutorial and a super great idea.


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