This Pincushion is Perfect for Use at Your Machine

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A Wonderful Gift for Your Quilting and Sewing Friends!

Place this pincushion at the base of your sewing machine for easy access. You’ll always know just where to poke those pins you remove while you’re sewing.

It’s a fun little project you can have done in next to no time. Before long you’ll wonder how you got along without it.

Skinny Pincushion Tutorial

This is also a fun project to select fabric for. You probably already have scraps on hand that will work. While you’re at it, why not pick out fabric for more than one. This is a wonderful gift for all your sewing and quilting friends.

Skinny PincushionSkinny Pincushion by Nesta. From eamylove.

Buttons, lace and other embellishments are a fun addition. See several pretty examples at eamylove.

The Patchsmith designed a mat to attach her pincushion to. That way the pincushion stays put. It will also move with the machine should you need to slide it to a different spot on the table.

Click here to learn how to construct The Patchsmith’s mat and pincushion.

Skinny Pincushion Mat

The tutorial for the skinny pincushion, from Green Bee Patterns, results in a pincushion that is about 10″ x 2″. You can easily adjust the length to suit your needs.

Click here for the free “Skinny Pincushion” pattern.




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