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Making a Pot Holder Scissors Pouch

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A pretty or seasonal potholder is the first step in making a simple scissors pouch. This is a guide about making a potholder scissors pouch.
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January 10, 2006

These are pot holder scissor holders.

Instructions

  1. Fold a pot holder into a cone shape.
  2. Hot glue the sides together. Careful not to burn yourself.
  3. You can use the loop at the top for hanging or poke holes to run a ribbon for hanging.
  4. Next decorate with silk flowers, beads, feathers, sequins, etc. to hide the seam.
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  6. Add a pair of kitchen shears or sewing scissors with this note glued to the front.
    I keep my scissors,
    in this sack.
    If you use them,
    put them back.

Thanks to my cousin Darlene for this idea. I made them for many friends, the mail lady, the Avon lady, etc. I've also made these small sacks for kids scissors and for my desk.

By Great Granny Vi from Moorpark, CA

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By Heather (Guest Post)
February 5, 20060 found this helpful
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I have also used good sturdy pot holders folded in half and sewn up the side to put on the handles of cast iron skillets when they are being used. Keeps your hands off the hot handles and are great when you put the skillet in the oven to cook a johnny cake.

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September 11, 20090 found this helpful
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I have been making these for a long time. It is amazing how pretty you can make them with different decorations. Just google, "scissors, pot holder" under images and you will see a lot of cute ideas.

Yours is one of the prettiest I have seen. Now, I want to go make more of these. I found some at the thrift store. Around Christmas, you will find all those Christmas ones, which are a fun way to show off your scissors.

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June 4, 20120 found this helpful
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I use mine to hold sharp knives in my kitchen drawer. Perfect for paring and other sharp objects. Thanks for the easy directions!

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December 12, 2011

I purchased a set of pot holders from the Dollar Tree. You simply get out the hot glue gun (high temp is best for this one). Fold one up 1/3 the way and glue the sides. Some of my glue oozed out, so I just stuck a purple rose on each end. Put in a post it note pad and small pencil or a couple of pens and you have a nice little note pad holder. You can glue magnets on the back for the fridge like I am going to to.

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The next is cute, too. Fold one over at the angle, and glue under the edging. This is perfect for scissors, and I even added straight pins, safety pins, and needles to the front. Again, magnets on the back lets you put them on the fridge or in my case the metal file cabinets that keep my sewing table up.

Learning from my mistakes will make your project more fun for gift giving. I will make more of these, but will make them out of two sided holders. The apple doesn't show in each of these and that is a shame. Also, I will make them with the hanger in the middle for the note holder, but with the hanger on the corner for the scissor holders.

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This is a 20 minute project at best, so you could be making them all the way to the big day and not miss a beat.

Disclaimer: I said they are .50 each, but that is just for the pot holders. If you add a pen, scissors, and note pad, you are probably looking at 1.50 to 1.75 for each present. That is still pretty "Thrifty and Fun"!

Hope you N-JOY this.

Source: I have seen these at craft shows and in books.

By Sandi/Poor But Proud from Salem, OR

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July 8, 2009

I will be making kitchen scissor holders to hang on the wall for Christmas this year. You take a potholder, a regular sized one, and fold it to a cone shape like an ice cream cone. Then you sew a button (all the way through, it can't come unbuttoned or it is not safe) at the intersection of the cone at the top. Then you stitch straight across the bottom so the scissors won't poke out or fall out the bottom of the holder.

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(about an inch up from the bottom). The loop should be at the top of the cone, for hanging.

I have one and I keep it in a mug and put the kitchen scissors in it. I like to reinforce the loop for hanging on the potholder because scissors might be heavy. I think you could embellish it more, but I like the colorful button and it is so simple.

By Robyn Fed from Hampton TN

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October 31, 2008

I am looking for instructions for making scissor covers from potholder.

turtlelady from Orlando, FL

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October 31, 20080 found this helpful
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I remember seeing those in Woman's Day magazine a while back. Here's a version featured here on ThriftyFun:

http://www.thri  7545232.tip.html

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January 31, 20150 found this helpful

How can I make a magnetic 2 scissor holders using 1 potholder?

By Joan

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February 2, 20150 found this helpful

Here is what I did. It's super easy and just takes a bit of hot glue.
N-joy!

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