Quite a while back, I saw that Char, from Crap I've Made, posted a tutorial for a Silhouette Dust Cover. I got excited and promptly forgot. Then, more recently, Melanie from The Crafty Cupboard, posted her version, which boasted a Velcro-closure pocket to store the extra blades. Brilliant!
So I got to work on this very fast project, and voila!
Isn't it cute?
Here you can see the pocket a little better. It's a bit lumpy because it's already loaded with the spare blades. My camera battery died at this point, so no more detailed photos. You can see I chose to use snaps instead of Velcro. I picked up a snap press off of Kijiji a couple months ago, and since then, I stalk my home looking for things to which I can add snaps. Kids' hat straps too big? Snap 'em! Dish towels falling off the stove handle? No more. Velcro coming loose on the dog's coat? Pfft! Snaps to the rescue. My husband thinks my admiration for this tool is a bit unhealthy, but I love it.