Never misplace your embroidery scissors again with this simple but striking scissor fob. This cross stitch pattern is a matching piece to the scissor case, and is also inspired by elegant antique blue and white porcelain from the Art Nouveau era. Whether you hang this fob on your embroidery scissors or on your keys, you can add a little touch of hand stitched elegance to your day. Not only does the fob allow you to easily remove your scissors from the matching scissor case, you can hang them up for easy access. Even pure beginners can complete this little pattern in one evening, and it comes with a full colour pattern as well as photographic stitching and assembly instructions. Dress up your embroidery scissors with this elegantly simple pattern, and never lose them again.
Product code: CS-SF3
Collection: Adorned Life
Model stitched on 14 count white Aida fabric with DMC embroidery floss.
Please note: This is a digital PDF pattern only, not a printed pattern that will be shipped in the mail. It is not a kit or a finished product. You will be sent a download link when your payment has been processed.
Any up-to-date PDF reader (for example Preview on a Mac, GoodReader on iOS, or Adobe Reader on a Mac or PC) will be able to read the patterns, or they can be printed for ease of use.
Scissor Fob pattern details:
- 20 stitches by 20 stitches
- Finished size: 1″ square on 14 count
- Full stitches and back stitch
- 1 colour
- Full colour chart includes DMC colour key, colour preview and thread sorter
- Black & white pattern included
- One-page pattern for digital devices included
- Includes full colour photographic assembly instructions
- Includes materials list
- Optional free "How To Stitch" guide available at checkout
- Dozens of tutorial videos available at Peacock & Fig's YouTube channel
- DMC floss as per included colour key
- If stitching on 14 count cross stitch fabric (Aida, linen, evenweave), you will need 4″ by 4″ of fabric to allow for a 1″ margin around all sides to accommodate finishing
- 10″ length of ribbon or cord for the strap
- batting or stuffing (if desired)
- Tapestry and embroidery needles
- Sewing thread for assembly