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September 21, 2021
Pumpkin Pin Cushion from Threads On My Socks

 


It is only September but I got my fall fabrics out to have a play with. Pumpkins are my favorite! The bright orange & playful pumpkins make me want to make things. I only have a small piece of this fabric left & it is one of my favorites. So, I made a pair of pin cushions to display in my sewing room & they have been bringing smiles....all day!



I modified the Tilda pattern to insert a stem & added leaves. I left the top open for stuffing and it also made it easier to sew the stem & the button on the ...

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June 10, 2020
Pincushion Parade Blog Hop ~ Day 10 from Life in the Scrapatch


Here is my Day 10 Pincushion for the
#PincushionParadeBlogHop

Today's host had a simple and easy and fun one. 



I decided it was perfect to feature a large scale print. 
This fabric is


Here is my basic pincushion.
It is lovely as is,but I decided to embellish 
with handmade yo-yos and a button.


Here are my yo-yos.
I used the large white button to gather the center of the smaller one to make it round.


Here was the plan for the front.


Here ...

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June 7, 2020
Pincushion Parade ~ Day 6 ~ Chevron Pincushion from Life in the Scrapatch



Here is my Day 6 Pincushion Parade Pincushion


I used only the scraps saved from the 




Click below for this free 



I used a piece of the border stripe and other scraps to make a pieced back
and added a wooden butterfly button.
I love these sunflower fabrics and colors.
I still have all the yardage left to make a quilt.

Linking up today with


Are you sewing along with the Pincushion Parade?

I love making these little quilty treasures.

Looking forward to tomorrow ...

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June 4, 2020
Pincushion Parade ~ Day #4 ~ I Like Thursday # 58 ~ I Like Pincushions from Life in the Scrapatch



Welcome to Day 4 of the 




My Pretty Pinwheel Pincushion was made using this ...



This may also be found ... 



I made my Pinwheel Pincushion using this cute Catalina Mini-Charm Pack
of


I love the colors and designs in this fabric collection!


The hardest part of making this cute pincushion was deciding 
which of these pretty squares to use. 


These were my choices.
12 mini chars or 2.5" squares are needed to make this pincushion.


I ...

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June 3, 2020
Cathedral Pincusion ~ Pincushion Parade Blog Hop from Life in the Scrapatch


Here is my Day 2 Pincushion! 


I am sewing along with the 



This pattern may be found in the link below ... 



Here is the back of my pincushion.


I used some of my stash of Minki Kim Fabrics
for this pretty pincushion.

Today is Day 3 of the Blog Hop and today's host is 


I shall be sewing this one later today.

Tomorrow is my first day to host in the

#PincushionParadeBlogHop 


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March 3, 2020
and Sew Spring Begins... from Threads On My Socks



I will be sewing some things this Spring, using AdornIt Fabrics. I was sent a whole stack of these awesome small checks, the colors are very saturated and the feel is silky. A real pleasure to sew with!


To kick off my sewing this Spring, I pulled 4 choices from the stack and got my Tilda template out to make a pin cushion. A little sew like this, always gets my creativity going. 
And the little bunny?...I had a clay day a few weeks ago....really want Spring to come I think...;) I made several for push pins, magnets ...

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January 10, 2020
Little finishes from Granny Maud's Girl

Before Christmas, I whipped up a handful of Lola zipper pouches to give away as Christmas and birthday presents.

I started with the intention of making two pouches with some sort of bird or cat print for a colleague, but while I was digging about in my stash, I decided to make a few more. I could have kept going – they always make great gifts – but I was trying to be realistic about how many I had time to make.

Lola pouches made with bird print

I even found coordinating tassels in my stash.

Until now, I had not made the smaller size in the Lola ...

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November 27, 2019
Sew Wots Christmas Lunch from Romany Quilting

It was time to meet up for our Sew Wots Christmas Lunch, enjoy a meal together and swap our hand made pincushions.  Unfortunately, I would be a little late as I had a hospital appointment to attend, and you certainly can’t turn those down, can you.  I must tell you about the unexpected compliment I received as I entered the Medical Centre.  There was an elderly gent sitting outside, waiting for a ride perhaps.  As I walked towards the door he called  – “Don’t you look lovely dressed in blue”, he said.  Oh, so sweet, his comment really made ...

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November 10, 2019
Sunday Stash November 10, 2019 from Quilt Paint Create

My Guild had the workshop yesterday to finish the teacup pincushions. The project is a lot easier than it looks.
I didn’t care for the way mine turned out. Once I got it home I realized it didn’t work well for how I wanted to use it. The pincushion top does fit a small crystal bowl I’ve had for years, and that’s where it will live. The ribbon on the side was meant to tie to the cup handle. I didn’t want to cut it out and tied it in a bow instead.
pincushionThere are ...

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October 23, 2019
I May Have A Scrap Problem... My Small World and Squirrel! from Confessions of a Fabric Addict



Hi, all!

The leaves are falling, the temperatures are cooling down, the sweaters are finally out of storage - it's the best time of the year!  More time for quilting, too, and that means (maybe) working through some of those scraps that accumulate so fast.  And I've been working on it this week, for sure!  

I have finished this month's blocks for the My Small World quilt-along - five square-in-a-square blocks, three churn dash blocks, five orange peel blocks, and five bordered square blocks.  And since I'm working on three of these at the same time, one for ...

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