The designs are listed in numerological order. In 2002 numbers 1-14 will be released. I have split up the designs over
several pages to reduce loading time.
Jill's Needlecase (#1)
Jill's Needlecase was designed over a year ago for one of my first secret pals. She just knew when to brighten my day
by sending a card, email or package. Since then I have been spoilt by several secret pals and this pattern is in honor of
each of them.
The pattern is stitched on 28 count antique white and yellow Cashel and 28 count Wisteria linen by Lakeside
Linen. Threads used are Silk 'n Colors by the Thread Gatherer: Forget me not, In the Reds and Jellybeans. Finishing is done
by hand and explained in the leaflet.
January's Snowman Scissor Fob (#2)
This year I will release 12 scissor fobs, one for each month. As in the Netherlands we most likely get snow in January
I wanted to stitch a snowman for this month's fob.
The fob is stitched on 28 count raw Cashel, using Sampler Threads and Kreinik Metallics as well as a JABC snowflake
button. Finishing is done by hand and explained in the leaflet.
February's Heart Scissor Fob (#3)
In honor of Valentine's Day this scissor fob is a great gift to a special friend. Stitched on 28 count Ice Blue Cashel
with two colors of Sampler Threads and a Kreinik Metallic, it will be quick to stitch and easy to finish. A little heartbutton
is added at the top of the scissor fob.
March Snowdrop Scissor Fob (#4)
This little fob features a snowdrop in the middle and sparkly raindrops in the triangles. In the top triangle is a little
raindrop button from Just Another Button Company.
April Easter Scissor Fob (#5)
This little bunny would like to keep you company for Easter. He has even brought his own eggs. Stitched on Yellow
Cashel, the design uses Sampler Threads and one Kreinik Metallic as well as a Just Another Button Company button
May Flowers Scissor Fob (#6)
May is the month of flowers for me, there seem to be so many blooming in gardens. These tulips would like to brighten
your day. The little dragonfly is enjoying the flowers as well.
June Butterfly Scissor Fob (#7)
Butterflies and ladybugs to celebrate the month of June. The Spring Grass Sampler Thread really shows against the Lilac
July Watermelon Scissor Fob (#8)
There is nothing like a nice piece of cold watermelon on a hot summer day. Stitched on 28 count antique white Cashel this
scissor fob would like to keep you company. A watermelon button from JABC is added to the top and yoú´ll stitch the fob with
Sampler Threads and Kreinik #032 metallic braid.
August Beehive Scissor Fob (#9)
Busy bees are swirming around to gather their nectar and make their honey. This fob is worked on 28 count antique ivory
Cashel with Sampler Threads and Kreinik #005 metallic thread. A tiny bee button is added to the top of the scissor fob.
September Computer Scissor Fob (#10)
Kids are back to school and you have some quiet time behind the computer. I know that ever since I got on to the Internet,
I really feel as if a new world has opened up for me. I certainly got to know a lot more stitchers than I would have otherwise.
This fob is stitched on 28 count antique white Cashel with Sampler Threads and Kreinik #091.
October Cat Scissor Fob (#11)
Miss Murphy (my cat) thought it was about time she got a stitched companion. So here is a little cat for you to enjoy.
Using 28 ct Willow Green Cashel, Sampler Threads, Kreinik #4 braid and a pumpkin button from JABC, this fob is another quick
November Squirrel Scissor Fob (#12)
A little critter to keep you company on the couch while stitching away and sipping tea. I love November. This fob uses
28ct Antique Ivory Cashel and Sampler Threads, Kreinik #4 braid and a JABC button.
December Tannenbaum Scissor Fob (#13)
Merry Christmas to you! Enjoy this little Christmas tree to adore your scissors. Stitched on 28ct antique white Cashel,
it uses 3 colors of Sampler Threads, a Kreinik #4 braid and a JABC star button.