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Knitted Large Scissors Case Free Pattern

Updated: Sep 23

Hey everyone! This is our second knitting pattern at Love & Crochet. If you missed our first, check it out here. It's just like this pattern but for a smaller pair of scissors.


The description, materials, size, abbreviations, and pattern for the Knitted Large Scissors Case are here in this post and available on Ravelry. For the ad-free, low-cost PDF, click on the link below. Hit us with any questions in the comment section at the end of this post or by emailing us here. Enjoy ๐Ÿ˜œ



Pattern and description by Leah

Post by Sarah

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Introducing... the large scissors cozy! You might have seen our other scissors cozy pattern for smaller scissors, and thought: "If only I could make one for my large scissors!" Well, problem solved! Just like the smaller scissors cozy, it protects you from the sharp end, especially when your scissors are stuck at the bottom of the craft drawer. This pattern is designed specifically for our favorite scissors (pictured above/left). So what are you waiting for? Let's get knitting!



Size


9.5โ€ (24.1 cm) tall, not including flap

4.25โ€ ( 10.8 cm) wide


Materials



Abbreviations


Rw - Row

St - Stitch

K - Knit Stitch

P- Purl Stitch

Yo - Yarn Over

Kfb - Knit Front and Back


Pattern


Panel 1:

Cast on 6 sts



Rw 1: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 2: K all

Rw 3: *P1, K1* to end

Rw 4: K all

Rws 5-24: Repeat rws 1-4 five times

Rw 25: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 26: K all

Rw 27: *P1, K1* to end




Rw 28: Kfb, K to last st, Kfb

Rw 29: *P1, K1* to end

Rw 30: K all

Rw 31: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 32: Kfb, K to last st, Kfb

Rw 33: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 34: K all

Rw 35: *P1, K1* to end

Rw 36: Kfb, K to last st, Kfb



Rw 37: *P1, K1* to end

Rw 38: K all

Rw 39: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 40: Kfb, K to last st, Kfb

Rw 41: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 42: K to last st, Kfb

Rw 43: *K1, P1* to last st, K1

Rw 44: K to last st, Kfb

Rw 45: *K1, P1* to end



Rw 46: K to last st, Kfb

Rw 47: *K1, P1* to last st, K1

Rw 48: K to last st, Kfb

Rw 49: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 50: K to last st, Kfb

Rw 51: *K1, P1* to last st, K1

Rw 52: K all

Rw 53: *P1, K1* to last st, P1

Rw 54: K all



Rws 55-66: Repeat rws 51-54 three times

Rw 67: *K1, P1* to last st, K1

Rw 68: K all

Rw 69: *P1, K1* to last st, P1

Rw 70: K1, *P2, K2* to last 2 sts, P2

Rw 71: *K2, P2* to last 3 sts, K2, P1

Rws 72-73: Repeat rws 70-71 once

Rw 74: K1, P2, K2, P2, K2tog, yo, P2, K2, P2, K2, P2



Rw 75: *K2, P2* to last 3 sts, K2, P1

Rw 76: K1, *P2, K2* to last 2 sts, P2

Rws 77-78: Repeat rws 75-76 once

Cast off



Panel 2:

Cast on 6 sts

Rw 1: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 2: K all



Rw 3: *P1, K1* to end

Rw 4: K all

Rws 5-24: Repeat rws 1-4 five times

Rw 25: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 26: K all

Rw 27: *P1, K1* to end

Rw 28: Kfb, K to last st, Kfb

Rw 29: *P1, K1* to end

Rw 30: K all



Rw 31: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 32: Kfb, K to last st, Kfb

Rw 33: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 34: K all

Rw 35: *P1, K1* to end

Rw 36: Kfb, K to last st, Kfb

Rw 37: *P1, K1* to end

Rw 38: K all

Rw 39: *K1, P1* to end



Rw 40: Kfb, K to last st, Kfb

Rw 41: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 42: Kfb, K to end

Rw 43: *P1, K1* to last st, K1

Rw 44: Kfb, K to end

Rw 45: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 46: Kfb, K to end

Rw 47: *P1, K1* to last st, P1

Rw 48: Kfb, K to end



Rw 49: *K1, P1* to end

Rw 50: Kfb, K to end

Rw 51: *P1, K1* to last st, P1

Rw 52: K all

Rw 53: *K1, P1* to last st, K1

Rw 54: K all

Rws 55-66: Repeat rws 51-54 three times

Rw 67: *P1, K1* to last st, P1



Rw 68: K all

Cast off


Fasten off and hide remaining yarn endings.


On dot stitch sides, sew along the edges of the two panels (besides the ribbing). Inside out your work.


Sew a small button about โ… inch in diameter on the area pictured below.



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