Posted by: maureenc | March 17, 2016

Update on scissor keep

I  “destructed “my first attempt at a foundation block for a scissor holder for my proposed chatelaine, and this is the result:

Scissor holder Mark 2

Scissor holder Mark 2        I must admit, that when I used a black stitching to outline the block, I was more satisfied with the result.



Yes , I KNOW that the white machine stitching is only to map the outline of the block. But I’m sure you agree that black thread throws the block into  better relief.

Maybe I have time for a mark 3 block!


  1. Looks great, Maureen.


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