ITH Project, Glasses Case / Cell phone holder “Tabbytha” -Machine Embroidery Pattern 5×7 Hoop



In The Hoop (ITH) project for a glasses case or cell phone holder – designed for 5×7 hoops

Tabbytha loves to dance and twirl the night away with her flaring skirts and glistening jewels. She is a tough cookie to crack but really has a heart if gold under that tough exterior. You may think that is a feline scowl but this is Tabbytha smiling!

This 5×7 pattern for a glasses case will fit most size glasses, sunglasses and cell phones. Please check measurements before purchasing the pattern though because refunds will not be given once the pattern is purchased and downloaded.

The project is almost entirely done In The Hoop (ITH). There is a small piece of hand sewing required and that is the side seam where the project is turned right side out. Even this small part is hidden because the case if then turned one final time.

The applique and construction is fairly simple and the pattern comes with detailed instructions and photos. The project takes about 30 minutes to make.

Technical information

Size = 111.4 x 178.0 mm

Number of stitches = 9,926

Included is one zip file. It consists of the pattern files in the below formats and a PDF instruction file.

You can download this pattern instantly in your Pixie Willow Patterns account in PES DST EXP HUS JEF VIP, VP3 & XXX file format.

* Due to the nature of this item (digital media) No refunds are given.
* Please check sizes of pattern and that you have the appropriate size hoops.
* This is not a physical item.
* You must have a an Embroidery Machine to make this

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Photo and stitch out credit to Helen Turvey & Teresa Green. This design is made using bought-in, non exclusive art work.