You may have already figured out that I like little stitching toolies. For most things in my life, less is better, but not for the little toolies. I have many projects and like to have the scissors and other tools ready in whatever project I decide to work on, all together. I’ve tried to gather up and photograph them to show to you.
This Beehive scissors fob is my favorite. This one was a guild project when I was in the Indianapolis EGA chapter. I’ve made more of these beehives as gifts. The hive is made up of buttonhole stitches. A charm for the bee and a few tiny silk ribbon flowers completes the fob.
This hardanger fob and cover was an EGA correspondence course when I was with the Indy chapter, although I didn’t finish it until about ten years later in 2007.
This Elegant Emery was stitched this year, since I’ve been in Japan.
This ribbon and bead fob was a gift from my friend Jeanette (who is in the Indy chapter). It’s gotten a lot of use and is looking a little worn.
This bead and ribbon scissor fob and cover was a little kit I bought at Hobby Lobby, on sale I’m sure. It has a string so it can be worn around the neck.
That's enough for today. Please come back tomorrow to see more little toolies.