Great for Hand Quilting and Sewing on Bindings!
This clever wrist cuff was designed for embroidering but it will be just as handy for any type of hand sewing. Not only is there a pocket for your scissors or snips, but a pin cushion will keep needles and pins off the floor.
Keep this next to your favorite chair and you’ll always have what you need to sit down for a few minutes of hand stitching!
The tutorial by Wendy for Feeling Stitchy includes instructions for sizing the cuff to fit your wrist and your scissors. Velcro holds it in place around your wrist.
This was not designed by a quilter so the binding is a bit unusual. You’ll get a neater finish if you do a standard quilt binding around the outside of the cuff.
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