Scissor Pouches, Cases & Fobs: {Free Patterns}

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Keep your embroidery scissors protected and at your fingertips with these sweet little pouches and fobs, they make lovely gifts for your favorite crafter too. There’s a nice range of designs including beaded, quilted and cross stitched. I’ve also added several different cross stitch chart freebies at the bottom, enjoy!

Leaf Notions: Learn how to make a needle book, scissors holder and a pincushion. Leaf design is transferred to felt with rubber leaf stamps and a white-ink stamp pad.

Petit Strawberry Pincushion: Made with scraps of pretty cotton fabric and ribbon. Also see this tutorial from Martha Stewart.

Hanging Folded Fabric: Handy little item that you can wear around your neck, will hold other assorted tools too.

3-Pockets: Made with scraps of fabric, has two pockets in the front and one in the back.

Simple Sewing Companion: Measures 4″ x 4 1/2″ and includes a tiny matching needle case. Has room for a tape measure, pencil, thread.

Triangle: Uses a square of fabric and finished with cross stitch.

Kitty Holder: Each side is lined with a piece of thin cardboard and batting. Template download available.

Beaded: This charmer features an attached knitting needle cap to slide over when not in use.

Biscornu: You’ll need to finish off the project yourself (by attaching to ribbon, etc.).

Felt: Made with felt, embroidery floss and a button. There’s no embroidery pattern for design, use what you like.

Quilted: Made with two squares of fabric, thin cotton batting, bias cut strip of fabric (for binding) and satin ribbon.

Fancy Beaded: Made with fishing line, pretty beads and finished off with a dangling charm.

Neck Ribbon Caddy: Neat little gadget that hangs around your neck and features a pincushion, a pocket (for gadgets) and a tape measure.

Butterfly: Stitched Hardanger motif on one side and long tassel at bottom.

Simple Pillow: Cute ‘lil floral design (cross stitch) with basic instructions.

Assissi Stitched: Includes instructions for making fob, you’ll also find more designs here.

Folded Fabric: Directions include a diagram showing you how to fold fabric before stitching together.

Cross Stitch Charts

To download charts, click on image for larger size then right-click on it and save to your computer’s desktop.

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Published: March 30, 2011
Updated: December 4, 2012

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