Protecting Your Sewing Scissors

Whether you have kids, grandkids, or even a husband, your sewing scissors may be in danger! If you have a nice pair of sewing scissors, you probably try to keep them hidden so that they aren't used on paper or glue-covered projects. Well here is a solution, it may be excessive, but not in my house.



Find or purchase a small padlock that will fit through both parts of the handle and lock them up when not in use. Now they can't be used. I found a lock that had a flexible cable that worked really well and even allowed me to lock up my little snipping scissors.

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May 23, 2013

This is a page about making a cardboard holder for scissors. Paper crafters in particular may have a large number and variety of scissors that they use in their craft. Finding a good way to store them and sewing scissors can be easy.

Scissor Holder

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March 18, 2016

This is a page about preventing scissors from rusting. Keeping your shears dry can help prevent rust from developing.

An old and rusty pair of scissors

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September 17, 2012

This is a page about making a scissors pouch or holder. Making a holder for your scissors is an easy, fun, and practical project even for the beginning crafter.

Making a Scissors Pouch

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