Protect Your Best Scissors with a Quilted Cozy

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Choose a Lovely Fabric or Piece the Outside!

This little pouch makes a charming and protective cozy for your fabric scissors. It’s roomy enough to hold two pairs, or make one for each.

It’s versatile, too, as you can use a pretty piece of fabric for the outside or piece together scraps to cut the pouch from. Select a complementary lining fabric and quilt the layers up with batting for padding.

Scissors Cozy Tutorial

The following examples will give you some ideas for making your own version. They all came from Instagram (found here), where you’ll discover more examples.

Scissors Cozy Tutorial

Scissors cozy by @patchwork_gecko.

Scissors Cozy Tutorial

Scissors cosy by @patchwork_gecko.

Scissors Cozy Tutorial

Scissors cozy by @bee_dee_swiss_made.

Scissors Cozy Tutorial

Scissors cozy by @vpquilter.

Scissors Cozy Tutorial

Scissors Cozy Tutorial

Scissors cozies from Just Jude.

The cozy is quite simple to make even though there’s a zipper involved. Clear instructions make it all go smoothly. Just note that once you print the pattern you’ll need to tape together two pieces to make the entire pattern.

Once completed, the scissors cozy from S.O.T.A.K. Handmade is 10” w x 5” h.

Click here for the free “Scissors Cozy” tutorial.


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