Repurpose Baby Shoes Into Pincushions

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Baby Boots Make Great Containers!

Do you have a pair of cute baby shoes just begging to be put to use? It’s very simple to turn a shoe into a sweet pincushion. In fact, a pair will make two – one for you and another for a sewing Mom or Grandma!





Baby boots can also be repurposed. Consider using them as containers for seam rippers, snips and more.

How to Make a Pincushion from an Old Baby Shoe

You may not want to do either of these if the shoes are very precious. However, extras that are too cute to part with can be given a second life in the sewing room.

How to Make a Pincushion from an Old Baby Shoe

Wendy Massey, from Handmade Harbour, shows step by step how to make the pincushion shown here. You may need to adapt the process slightly to accommodate your shoes.

Click here for the free “How to Make a Pincushion from an Old Baby Shoe” tutorial.

 

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