Terra Cotta Pincushion
This is a cute pincushion using a terra cotta pot for the vessel to hold the batting in. You could paint the pot. I chose to decorate it with sewing trimmings.
Approximate Time: 1/2 hr.
- cotton fabric
- 2 1/2 inch tall terra cotta pot
- needle and thread
- paint if desired
- fabric glue or hot glue
- Turn the pot upside down on the cotton fabric and draw a circle 4 inches larger then the pot opening. Cut the circle out.
- With a needle and thread do a running stitch around the circle close to the edge.
- Gather the circle closed as you go, leaving an opening large enough to stuff.
- Stuff with lots of batting. Make it very tight and pull the thread taunt until the hole in completely closed.
- Sew closed.
- Wedge the fat ball of stuffing into the pot and glue with hot glue or fabric glue.
- Smooth out the wrinkles if any.
- I put a small flower on the top with a rose on it. I glued 2 rows of rick rack around the top. The I put some trim in between the rick rack.
- Add cute pins and enjoy!
September 11, 20090 found this helpful
Cute! Is that a chipped pot? If so, what a great way to use it!
September 26, 20090 found this helpful
This is a really cute! I am going to get busy and make a few for Christmas. Thanks for the idea.
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