Protect Scissors with a Pretty Case

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This attractive scissors case is great for protecting good scissors in the sewing room. It’s also handy when you need to grab and go. Scissors and other tools will be nicely protected when the case is placed in a larger bag.

Choose two coordinating fabrics you love. You may have scraps that are large enough or start with two fat quarters.

Scissors Case Tutorial

Top stitching gives the case a polished look. Fusible fleece adds protective cushioning.

You may also want to add your initials for easy identification. Machine embroidery is a relatively quick way to do that.

Scissors Case Tutorial

The full instructions, by

Click here for the free “Scissors Case Tutorial.”


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