Through the microscope

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This time the microscope cosy is for me. It’s a little simpler than the last one but not much. It’s cotton lined with lint free microfibre cloth. It takes ages to do because I have to overlock every seam. If I didn’t overlock each seam the microfibre cloth might fray and produce fluff and the last thing I need is a fuzzy microscope.

I chose orange bias binding to contrast with the teal cloth and stitched on a Nikon patch which cost me three quid on eBay.

Very simple and rather smart. I’m rather chuffed with it.

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Comments on: "Another day, another microscope cosy…" (3)

  1. After you master the microscope cosy, you could move on to telescope cosies.

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  2. Yes, it’s great. Wouldn’t mind a human-sized one! The Nikon patch is a nice touch. Happy New Year.

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