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Embroidered Felt Pocket Tissue Case

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(10) Name: 'Embroidery : Embroidered Felt Pocket Tissue Case
Embroidered Felt Pocket Tissue Case
Embroidered Felt Pocket Tissue Case

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should know how to thread a hand sewing needle, and how to knot the end of a thread.

Pattern Description:

This is the time of year that we are scrambling for great ideas for gift making right? Well, this little pattern can be a great asset for you. Make your own pocket tissue cases out of felt, and embroider them to make them extra special. Embroidering on felt is both fast and fun. No need for an embroidery hoop either so you can do these on the run. You can tailor the designs to a man or a woman, adult or child. This is a great versatile gift for any body, any holiday, or just a simple thank you gift. I supply you with step by step instructions, along with color photos and diagrams, as well as full size pattern pieces that print on a standard printer paper. You will receive instructions for two different case designs as well as tips on using embroidery floss, and an explanation of felts on the market.

Get started today on those holiday, birthday, wedding, thank you gifts! Put this in a baggie and bring it with you. You will be finished in no time and making a list of who you are making one for next! Don't forget to make one for yourself, we are heading into flu season.

Case fits standard pocket tissues which are even available in bulk at the dollar stores now.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Pocket Tissue size

Materials:

  • 9x12 piece of felt for each color you want to use
  • Embroidery floss in each color you want to use
  • Accent buttons: 2 per case
  • Embroidery or small scissors
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$4.95

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I love to make things that I like to use, so I have a wide variety of patterns as a result of that. I have sewn for more years than I care to admit to...let's just say, for decades. I enjoy making ...

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