Sew Fancy

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Do you remember when I was working on this sewing needle case?  Well, I finished it!

I’m so pleased with the way this turned out that I’m going to write up some instructions in case you would like to make one too.  I will try to get that finished next week.

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When we last talked, I had just completed the embroidery.  I made embroidered labels for the different types of needles (tapestry, embroidery, etc.) so that everything would stay organized.  I used this post on hand sewing needles at Craft Stylish as my guide.

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I added two pockets — one for a pair of small sewing scissors and a second smaller pocket for some needle threaders.  I didn’t want the scissors to slice through the felt, so I took the plastic packaging the scissors came in to make a shield for the pocket.  The plastic protector slips right in and holds the scissors in place.

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For some reason, it’s very satisfying seeing all of the needles lined up like this and arranged by type.

I went with a sparkly button for the front and now I feel so much more glamorous when I’m sewing.  It could almost pass for a clutch…

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I have another big project that I want to tell you about tomorrow.  I’m pretty excited about this one… so stay tuned!

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  1. i absolutely love this! such a clever way of sorting all those pesky little needles (much better than the arm of the couch, which is where a lot of mine end up!)
    x

  2. What a great idea!!! So much cuter than my lil tomato needle holder that ends up eating my small needles.

  3. A great sewing and needle case. I love having these…