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Wouldn't rather be blinded any other way.
Leave a comment if you need any help.

I'm sorry that I don't have any pictures, as I did this very late at night. I hope the MSPaint drawings will suffice!

Lace and beading is optional.

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  • How to make an eye patch. Blinded By Love Eyepatch - Step 1
    Step 1

    Cut out your pieces of fabric and lace. Also get your ribbon or elastic out (enough to tie behind your head or to keep it on).

    One piece of fabric is a normal square, while the other one has a slit in the middle. This allows you to turn it inside out and sew up without leaving a visible seam.

  • How to make an eye patch. Blinded By Love Eyepatch - Step 2
    Step 2

    Place fabric right sides facing in, and sandwich it with the lace facing in.

    Sew along the red lines.
    I used a blanket stitch and a back stitch to make sure it wouldn't rip.

  • How to make an eye patch. Blinded By Love Eyepatch - Step 3
    Step 3

    Remember the slit I told you to cut?
    Pull everything right side out.

  • How to make an eye patch. Blinded By Love Eyepatch - Step 4
    Step 4

    This step is optional.
    Sew on the beads in any pattern you'd like.

  • How to make an eye patch. Blinded By Love Eyepatch - Step 5
    Step 5

    On the back side, sew on your ribbon or elastic in opposite corners, and sew up the slit.

    See Step 6 for what mine looks like.

  • How to make an eye patch. Blinded By Love Eyepatch - Step 6
    Step 6

    Mine is messed up because I wasn't paying attention when I did the beading.

  • Step 7

    VOICI and/or VOILA! (:

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Kayla G.
Kayla G.
this is so cute!! i am going to make this for my halloween costume!!
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Luna's acesorios Lucii desu(L)
it would be for horror lolita too!
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♥ Mimi Foxtrot♥
♥ Mimi Foxtrot♥ · Cliffside Park, New Jersey, US · 47 projects
this can be gothic lolita-esque and I love it!
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