Keep Scissors Handy with a Cute Pocket Pincushion

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It’s Great for Your Favorite Scraps!

Have you ever been ready to sit down and do some hand-stitching and been unable to find your scissors? This cute pincushion has a pocket for scissors so they’re always right where you want them.

A cute little Churn Dash block is used to create the pocket. This is a great way to use those precious small scraps from favorite fabrics. Plus, you can fussy cut a special motif for the center of the block.

Pocket Pincushion Tutorial

The pincushion is simple to make and you’ll have it finished up in no time.

Pocket Pincushion Tutorial

Finished dimensions are not provided by the designer, Sarah Ashford (writing for Polka Dot Chair). It appears to be about 2″ x 5″.

Click here for the free “How to make your own Pincushion with a Pocket” tutorial.


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