Create a Cute Pincushion from a Pie Tin

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This is a Quick, Easy and Fun Project!

Use a mini pie tin and scraps to create a darling pie-shaped pin cushion. This is a fun project you can complete quickly and one that will make you smile whenever you use it.

Choose a plain 5″ pie tin and scraps you love. Or, select a vintage-style pie plate, like the one used in the pincushions below, for an extra touch of charm.

Cutie Pie Pincushion Tutorial

Pincushions by Rita from Pink Polka Dot Creations.

Combine colors and fabric styles to create the “pie crust” and cut it into a circle using a small plate or other object that measure 6″ across.

Cutie Pie Pincushion Tutorial

The cute pincushions, designed by Lori Holt from Bee In My Bonnet, are quick, fun and great for gifts. They’ll also be a fun project for your quilting group.

Click here for the free “Cutey Pie Pincushion” tutorial.


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