Jun 27, 2012

Clam Shell Case

This is a case to put a small thing in.


Probably I think that you call this Clam Shell Case.
Generally, I put kilt cotton in this and will be to keep accessories and thimble or something.
However, I did not put kilt cotton and I cut corners .
I made this as a waste thread case.
When this overwhelms both ends, a mouth comes to open.




This is sold as a production [Shell Accessories Case]  kit.
However, it is a waste thread case to want me.
I want to  make it  easy and  low-budget.
I reused an old plastic binder as  cores.



The clover of my garden.    Can you find the Four Leaf Clover?





The answer is here.





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11 comments:

  1. I love the Clam shell case! Is it your own pattern?

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  2. Hello gracie.
    Yes, I drew the form of the leaf so that right and left, top and bottom was symmetric each.

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  3. Lovely clam shell case! You do lovely handwork!

    Yes I found the four leave clover! It's funny how many there are when you look!

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  4. Sana, the clam shell case is beautiful, I've never seen anything like it before. I enjoyed looking for the four leaf clovers, I had only found one/1

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  5. Sana, thank you for visiting my blog!
    Your blog is very interesting.
    I fell in love with your ornaments! :)))

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  6. Lovely waste catcher you made Sana! You always do lovely work!! I found the four leaf clovers! You are lucky four times over!!

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  7. That clam shell is beautiful

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  8. That's a great idea to use this for waste threads. Hum...filing this idea away. :)

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  9. Very nicely made clam shell case for your bits of threads. You must be feeling especially lucky with finding all those 4 leaf clovers :)

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  10. I made a clam shell many years ago from a plastic milk container, l use it to store my grandmother's silver thimble it's a real antique, l would hate to lose it. So it is safe in my clam shell, l know where it is :)

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  11. quel plaisir de ce balader chez vous
    Véro

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