For the glasses use a measurement of 9 x 5 inches for my fabric cuts, reduce the width for smaller glasses. Take two fabrics measuring 9 x 5 inches and iron to your fusible fleece with Medium heat to the back of the fabric.
Lay your lining fabric faces down on top of your fabric facing upwards. Draw a curved line at your top two corners – using a glass or small plate. Using a 1/4 inch seam allowance sew along the inside line that you just created. Do this for both sides of the pouch.
Cut along the line that you drew and cut small notches along your curve. Now take two pieces and match up outside pieces and inside pieces facing each other. The curved part that has been sewn will lay to the side as we sew. Pin in place to hold. Now sew along the perimeter making sure to leave a 3? opening at the end of lining pieces to turn inside out.
When sewing next to the curved ends make sure your stitches are sewing just outside the curved line. Make sure that the curved flap isn’t sewn down to the side. Check each side to make sure the flap can stand up.
Turn inside out through the opening you left in the lining fabric. Use a chopstick or pen to poke out your corners and to round out the curved area of the case. Turn in the open edges of the lining and stitch closed. Tuck inlining and press the case flat to finish it off.