First I took the embroidered piece and placed it right sides together with the satin lining. Then I hand sewed the two pieces together leaving room to turn it right side out. For silk ribbon embroidery my back side looks great. Next I trimmed the edges, angle cut the corners and turn it right side out.
Picture of right side of case.
Next I folded the edges so it made a cone shape and I slip stitched the case together. Below it looks like a cornucopia!
When it was sewn to the top of the seam I tied off the threads. It came out a little wonky because the square was a little off.
Next I sewed a cute button on the body of the case sewing from the inside to make it look a little neater.
Once the button was attached I made a double loop out of Brazilian thread in a pale lavender. I attached the loops to the top point of the case and woven the thread over and under to make a sturdy loop to close the case. I also made a small tassel for the bottom.
Loops before weaving.
Back of case.
Finished closed front of case.
Back of finished closed case.
It isn't good enough for a gift so it is a good thing I don't have a scissor case!
I hope that someone will find this helpful. This type of case can be very pretty and makes great gift for embroiders.