40+ Free Sewing Scissors Pouch Patterns: Protect You & Your Investment

sewing scissors pouch patterns

Earlier this year, I posted a pattern for a sewing scissors pouch which was very popular.  Often, when I design something, I like to see what else is out there to see if I can find ways to make improvements.  Sometimes I share the lists of what I've found with our readers so they can have a look too.

Why Do You Need a Sewing Scissors Pouch?

Sewing scissor pouches are really essential if you want to protect your valuable sewing scissors and frankly, yourself.  If you drop a nice pair of scissors on a hard floor, I can almost guarantee you that they will get damaged.  Please read our article linked below if you want to hear my own sad story about this.

Pouches not only project your scissors but you too.  How often were you told as a child to “not run with scissors.”  Well, as we get older, there's still the unfortunate chance of bumping into someone or something that could cause damage or injury to you, someone, or something else.  

Do you want to protect your sewing investment and yourself at the same time?  Well, make yourself a beautiful sewing scissors pouch then.

sewing scissors pouch patterns

Is It Really Worth Investing in Good Scissors?

Many readers might wonder if it is worth protecting a You might want to read the article below if you have any doubts about whether it is worth it to invest in a good pair of sewing scissors.

Tool tips – budget or quality? Sewing scissors


sewing scissors pouch patterns

Here's Our Own Take on a Sewing Scissors Pouch Pattern

Sew A Scissors Pouch Pattern

Sewing Scissors Pouch Patterns Roundup

Here's a list of some of the best sewing scissors pouch patterns I could find on the internet. I'm sure you'll love them. Hover over the picture to show the title, click to open, or right-click and open in a new tab to keep this page open too. And don’t forget to pin it.

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Mary Leverette
Mary Leverette

In one weekend, I made 8 folded, quilted scissor & pin cases for holiday gifts (previous post & pictured here in a model’s hand). Not only were these quick and easy to do, but they were so fun to mix and match scrap fabric pieces! I’ve given 2 of these so far and the recipients — both accomplished Sewists — have loved them. Thank you for offering such sweet ideas!

Reply to  Mary Leverette

Hi Mary, which version did you use? The first folded one is not actually free and one of the quilted ones does not come with instructions 🙁


These patterns look fabulous. I am busy right now doing other thinks but will definitely take a closer look at these. Thank you so much.
Margie Peart