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I am a scissors addict. As I care them a lot, if one gets dull or lose sharpness, it makes me unhappy (even mad!). 🙁

As I care my scissors  so much, I decided to make a “house” to protect them. Whenever I open my “scissor drawer”, I say to myself, ‘it was the brilliant idea!’  If you are a crafter, you would totally agree with me. 🙂


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Grab a piece of paper and wrap your scissors. Measure and make a template. This is crazy quilt, my quilter friend told me, and I think it is the perfect name to call.


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Prepare same size of batting.


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Now you have outside, batting and inner fabric.


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I don’t know much about embroidery. I just decorated whatever I feel like to. If the expert sees my job, she would find lots of mistakes.

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Screen Shot 2014-08-26 at 9.48.51 AMI sew the ends by hand and added a cover button. mini doily, elastic ribbon  and felt leaves. I enjoy decorating the details and I believe that makes my work 2% different with others.


Thank you for visiting me today.

Happy sewing!



  1. What a good idea! It will help me tell them apart in the drawer. And if I am careful to put the scissors away when I am at a class, no one will take mine by mistake!

  2. I love this! I am adding a ‘necklace’ to the case so I always have my embroidery scissors when I sit down to embroider (or crochet).

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