Besides threatening your spouse, kids, and grandkids with the curse of all curses not touch your good sewing scissors, Diana created an excellent way to keep your sewing scissor safe from paper, hair, plastics, and all those other things your family believes, “Just once won’t hurt!”.
This “In-the-hoop” project was made with King Tut, Superior Metallics, and LAVA. Diana loves being able to make fun projects like this between her quilting activities. It gives her a chance to develop her embroidery skills and be creative in different methods.
Diana’s advice - When making in-the-hoop projects, a little spray adhesive goes a long way. Don’t over spray the adhesive and clean your needle often.
Diana’s challenge: turning the case after it is all stitched together!
What do you think? Would something like this protect your scissors from abuse?