Thursday, October 22, 2015

Scissor Cases

Scissor cases on display
October 2015
Last week, the sewing group that meets at the Lander Library made cases for storing scissors. The cases are made from two 8.5 x 11 inch pieces of coordinating fabric and a piece of fusible interfacing.

Each case holds three pair of scissors, two on one side and one on the other. It was a fairly quick and fun project. My case is the fourth from the right, the purple fabric with yarn balls. I didn't follow the directions very well, so mine has a curved pocket on the inside.

The tutorial for the cases can be found here.

8 comments:

  1. There's always one rule breaker in the crowd. :) Seriously though, your case turned out really cute! And, I like seeing the fabric choices that everyone made.

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  2. Very cute. I actually LIKE your curved edge better. It goes well with the TOP curved edge.

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  3. I absolutely love these. I have an old one that belonged to my mother, but it only holds 1 pair. These would make wonderful gifts.

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  4. Somehow in my mind I see a quilt square too:)

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  5. What a great idea. I like your curved style!

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  6. How cute. I especially like yours! I think I can do that and I need a couple of them.

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  7. What a great idea! Yours is perfect as is.

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  8. I love those! I have been thinking I need to make a traveling case for my scissors.

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