Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Ladybug & Flowers Scissors Sheath

Sometimes I feel uneasy keeping a pair of scissors with sharp tip in my stitching bag - I may get pricked by the tip. It made me thinking to make either a scissors case or sheath for my stork scissors.

There is a website where I always visit for some inspirations. Rissa (the web owner) is a very talented needleworker and now has a blog - writing about her current projects. At the moment, she writes about Katrina Hurricane (she lives in Jackson, Mississippi).

I decided to make a scissors sheath using the materials that I used for my pincushion.

scissors sheath (insert pic: pincushion)

It is quite easy to do.The size of the sheath is depends on the size of your scissors. You may add any embellishments according to your choice. I took 2 afternoons to do it. Rissa's article on Custom Fitted Scissors Sheath is published in an online magazine. You may click this link to view it.

9 comments:

AuntieYan. said...

Hai Zalita,...:-)...Auntie again...please read my comment in your last entry.

Your entry really make my spirit berkobar-kobar...

z_mnor said...

Auntie Yan

I've read your comment on the previous entry. Thank you.

Don't forget to share with us, when you've revive the forgotten hobby *wink*

~Harsha~ said...

oh cheeze! thats simply gorgeous! well done :)

Isabelle said...

That is gorgeous Zalita. You've done a great job.

Zohrah said...

It is beautiful. Warna kain terang dan berseri...fresh look! :)

Ulla said...

Just perfect.

Have a nice weekend
Ulla in the north of Sweden

z_mnor said...

thank you Sha, Isabelle, Zohrah & Ulla

to Ulla, thanks for visiting :)

And have a nice weekend to everyone of you. Happy stitching & sewing ! *wink*

Carol said...

That is a truly fantastic pattern!!

Golf Addix said...

me tot it was for me golf putter. than she shows the sciccors. auwwwchh.