There's no such thing as too much storage in a sewing room. All the little bits and pieces that we collect need a home, and what better way to store them than in a see through jar with a pretty pincushion on top.
Nikki, from Pin Cut Sew, shows how to make a Mason Jar Pincushion. It's a super quick project, requiring only a little hand sewing, and the use of a hot glue gun. Living in Australia, I'm not sure if Mason Jars are only found in the U.S., but they're not something I've come across. Reading the easy to follow tutorial, it looks like this would work with most glass jars that have a metal lid.
Nikki added her Mason Jar Pincushion to the Sewing Accessories link party. You might like to check out the following projects in the Sewing Accessories linky...
- Serger Thread Catcher
- Screw Driver Tip
- Magnetic Pincushion
- Hot Pad Scissor Holder
- Sewing Tool Caddy
Very cute pin cushions, Pam! Nikki's tutorial makes it look easy for anyone.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for featuring my pin cushion! I hope your readers enjoy :)ReplyDelete
Very cute, I could imagine this with red and white spotty fabric looking slightly toadstoolish.ReplyDelete