No need to start from scratch when making a pin cushion. Recover one that's seen better days - a quick and easy project.
Ana, from The Lost Apron, shows how to give an existing pin cushion a new look, and you just can't beat gingham. It's one of my all time favourite fabrics. Ana's tutorial, complete with lots of photos, will step you through the process.
Ana added her pincushion makeover to the Sewing Accessories link party. You might like to check out the following links at the Sewing Accessories linky...
- Triangle Pattern Weights
- Felt Cupcake Pin Cushions
- Pincushion Dish
- Scissors Holder
- Needle Threader For Kids
I must admit i have several pin cushions , one hanging besides my sewing machine, one tiny one that i move with me when i sit outside my workroom , and one taht appears and disappears at it`s own decision. I have no old one i want to change , but i will keep the idea ,,, till i need it ,,, mirjamReplyDelete
That's one of those ... "Now why didn't "I" think of that?!" projects - what a great idea!ReplyDelete
That's a good idea.ReplyDelete