Yes, it protects my precious lens from getting scratched or getting dust on it but when you're taking pictures, there's nowhere for it to go!
It's dangerous and with my pregnancy brain these days, I just know I'm going to lose it somewhere.
So I had to fix what was missing by making a lens cap keeper.
It is securely attached to my wrist strap by a keyring.
This is my self-designed case made with my own sewing pattern. My sewing patterns always aim for two things: 1) functionality of end product, 2) the easiest way possible to get it made and finished. (Actually those two things are my crafting philosophy in general.) I sketched what I wanted it to look like and I measured and drew out the pattern piece. I really hate calculating seam allowance and drawing straight lines and this one was especially complicated because it was all one piece but only the body needed extra seam allowance for when I sewed up the sides after turning it right side out. *sigh* In the end, it turned out the way I wanted although imperfectly. All of my sewing projects are imperfect and I just keep telling myself that's what makes them so charming and mine. :) Anyone else like that?
All in all, I enjoyed making it and am so glad to have it ready for my weekend getaway tomorrow!
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