A Vintage Teapot Makes a Darling Sewing Caddy
June 9, 2019 |
| Sewing Room
Hide a Pincushion and Tools in Plain Site!
Are you short on storage space and need a caddy for pins and hand sewing tools that will look nice on a shelf? Or does you cat tend to bat at your pincushion and you need to keep it out of site?
This charming solution is a clever way to hide pins and sewing tools in plain site. A vintage tea pot can be easily converted into a charming sewing caddy.
The pincushion is tucked inside the lid while the pot itself is great for small tools. Plus, it’s super easy to make and will finish up quickly.
Look for a vintage teapot at resale shops, yard sales and other inexpensive sources. You’re sure to find something you love for a very low price.
Sadie Seasongoods has written an excellent tutorial for putting the caddy together.
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