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[Typical Courses] Scissor Fob Tutorial

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Post time: 2009-6-3 17:21
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Taken from Annette's Acre Finishing Lesson
Here's what you need:
1. Stitched front and back pieces
2. Needle & thread for the seaming
3. Fiberfill and coin or pellets for weight (if desired)
4. Cording
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First, trim your stitched design to within one half inch of the backstitch line and press (if desired).
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Thread a needle with a double length of floss (for strength) and come up in the corner of one side (*not* the corner you are going to put the cording!). Match the back sides of the two pieces.
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To seam, you are going to pick up the backstitches only. Don't grab any fabric threads! Go around matching each backstitch and taking a single stitch in each one.
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Keep going around, turning the corner when you come to it...just match the backstitches.
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When you reach the corner for the cording, make a small knot in the end of the cording (so you have a loop) and bury it in the fob. I usually straddle one "side" of each loop on each side of the corner of the fob.
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Take a few extra stitches around and between the cording loop for added strength. Then keep going...
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When you've only got about one half of one side left, stuff your fob. If you want some added weight, add a coin or plastic pellets.
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Continue stitching to the corner, take a small slip know and bury your thread in the fob. That's it!
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Feel free to add a tassel if desired, in the same manner as the cording. Possibilities are endless!
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Post time: 2017-7-14 22:50
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It's adorable! Thank you very much for the lesson! =)
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Post time: 2017-5-30 17:50
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Exellent work! Thank you so much...for tutorial
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Post time: 2015-11-17 19:48
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Exellent work! Thank you so much...for tutorial
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Post time: 2015-11-11 19:26
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Thank  you very much
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Post time: 2017-7-21 08:49
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Great tutorial! Thank you so much
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Post time: 2017-5-25 17:05
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Thank you for the sharring
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Post time: 2015-11-7 04:25
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thanks for sharing
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Post time: 2009-6-4 01:56
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This is a very detailed tutorial. Thank you so much for your time!
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I hope it's useful for all of us
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Post time: 2009-6-4 07:45
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Thanks for the tutorial.......I learned new lesson, thanks Jenny!
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Post time: 2009-6-17 20:41
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it is really lovely. I will try it someday
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Post time: 2009-8-14 23:12
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great tuto!!! thank you!!
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Post time: 2009-9-1 11:44
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I have to try it. You make it look so easy. Great job! Thank you.
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Post time: 2009-9-1 12:38
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It is very useful, let me try it someday. Thank  you very much.
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Post time: 2009-9-2 01:54
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thank you!!
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Thank you!!!
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