Brazilain Embroidery & Cross Stitch scissor fob

Scissor fobs are becoming very popular to stitch, they are small enough to be a quick stitching project.  They make a fun gift and are practical.   Recently I did a Scissor fob for At Home with Needlework, the magazine by Zweigart.

These pretty attachments are useful to keep from loosing your scissors.  Some stitchers like to keep a pair of scissors in every project bag – They can just pick it up, with everything needed enclosed.   Mesh bags  are prefect for your projects.  They are available in 4 sizes.  Set up your project in separate bags.   But back to Scissor fobs –  I didn’t realize how many Stitchers collected scissors.  I thought my having a 12-15 was alot.  Then I read a blog, that some ladies are VERY SERIOUS collectors – having well over 100, and they make a scissor fob for each.  They even have display cabinets for them.

This fob was fun to do, using my favorite Brazilian embroidery and incorporating Cross Stitch.

Rolled Rose scissor fob

The Brazilian embroidery Rolled Roses are Bullions, stitched with EdMar thread, Cire – color #009

Gentle Art floss is used for the Cross Stitch – Fragrant Clove

Zweigart banding is the base for the Scissor fob

It is available as a complete kit on my website:   http://www.ThreadsinBloom.com

It is getting late and I want to work on a new Brazilian embroidery design with Kalmia flowers.  I will show you some pictures of it progress in the next Blog.    Also, I am trying to keep ahead on doing the Huck embroidery bookmarks that I donate to the local Library to sell in their Little Gift Shop.   Not enough hours in the day to do all the stitching I would like to do;  but isn’t that the case for all Stitchers

I look forward to your comments ~

Stitching keeps the soul content

Sharon ~ Threads in Bloom

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by bernadine wos on April 10, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    I want instruction for Brazilian Embroidery and possibly paterns for bed linin, garments etc. thank you

    Reply

    • Bernadine ~ You can find instructions books, thread, needles, design patterns, etc on my website
      http://www.ThreadsinBloom.com
      You may want to create your own designs for bed linens, or adapt. Also, many are suitable for garments.
      I enjoy doing Brazilian embroidery on clothing and totes also.
      Drop me a note, if any other questions, or if I may assist you in any way.
      Sharon ~ Threads in Bloom

      Reply

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