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Protect your camera lenses when you’;re on the go with these DIY padded camera lens cases. This sewing tutorial will walk you through making the lens cases step by step. If you like this project you may also like this Lens Cap Keeper Sewing Tutorial.

Sometimes when I travel I like to carry my camera around my neck and an extra lens in my purse/backpack instead of carrying my large camera bag around with me. ?The only problem with this is that sometimes the lenses can get jostled around a bit and need to be protected. ?I’;ve had these padded camera lens cases on my “;to make”; list for a while now and finally sat down and made some for my upcoming London trip.

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I designed them in 3 sizes small, medium and large. The large case I made for my zoom lens and the small one fits my 35 mm lens quite well. The medium one was designed for my 18-200 mm lens but it also fits snugly in the small case. You can pick and choose which size you’;d like to make based on which lenses you have.

Okay, ready to make a lens case for yourself? Here’;s how.

To make the cases you’;ll need (affiliate links):

2 Fat Quarters per case

1/4″; foam

1/4″; wide ribbon

Walking foot for sewing machine

Extra wide double fold bias tape

Large Case:?

From the 1/4″; foam cut:

5″; diameter circles

One piece 17″; x 8″;

From the outside fabric cut:

5″; diameter circle

2 pieces 17″; x 8″; (I cut one each one with the stripes going a different direction to add variety)

From the lining fabric cut:

5″; diameter?circle

1 piece 17″; x 8″;

Medium Case:

From the 1/4″; foam cut:

5″; diameter circle

1 piece 17″; x 6″;

From the outside fabric cut:

5″; diameter circle

1 piece 17″; x 6″;

1 piece 17″; x 8″;

From the lining fabric cut:

5″; diameter circle

1 piece 17″; x 6″;

Small Case:

From the 1/4″; foam cut:

4″; diameter circle

1 piece 13.5″; x 5″;

From the?outside fabric cut:

4″; diameter circle

1 piece 13.5″; x 5″;

1 piece 13.5″; x 8″;

From the lining fabric cut:

4″; diameter circle

1 piece 13.5″; x 5″;

Assembly instructions are the same for all 3 sizes of case. The small case is used as an example for instructions. For each case the 8″; tall pieces are for the gathered part at the top. All seam allowances are 1/2″; unless otherwise stated.

Begin by sewing the 13.5″; x 5″; outside piece right sides together along the 5″; side. Press the seam open.

Pin this piece to the 4″; circle piece. (just a notepersonalized newborn baby gifts, I used the lining circle here for contrast). Use lots of pins and go slow. Depending on how you pin and the size of your seam allowance, it may not match the circle. If it doesn’;t adjust the seam on the outside piece until it fits. If you adjust this seam allowance make sure you adjust it also for the lining piece (the next steps).

Stitch the circle to the case. You may get a few gathers but that’;s okay. If you get a large pucker unpick it and flatten it out. Set aside.

Using the walking foot on your sewing machine, stitch the lining piece to the foam piece at regular intervals. This will help the lining from shifting around as you sew.

Sew this piece together as you did for the outside piece. Place the foam circle on the wrong side of the fabric circle piece. Sew this piece to the circle the same way you did in step one.

Trim all seam allowances down to 1/8″; –; 1/4″;.

With wrong sides facing slip the case outside over the case lining. ?Pin in place.

Press the 13.5″; x 8″; piece in half lengthwise with wrong sides together. unfold. Stitch along the 8″; side, leaving a 1″; hole in the center (1/2″; on each side of the fold you made). Be sure to back-stitch.

Refold piece.

Create a casing by sewing 1/2″; down from the fold.

Slip it over the case with the raw edges facing. Stitch in place very close to the edge. Using a walking foot for this step may help feed the fabric more evenly.

Finish the raw edge with bias tape. For a tutorial on how to sew with bias tape click here.?Flip this piece up to and insert ribbon in the casing to create the gathered top of the case.

Feed ribbon through the casing and pull on the strings!

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