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This handy sewing accessory may become one of your sewing essentials. They also are fun to make as a gift for a friend. This is a guide about making a pincushion ring.
This is a guide about making a primrose felt pincushion. Make this pretty floral felt pincushion as a gift or for your own sewing room or space.
Approximate Time 45 minutes
It looks like a old time Easter hat and then I glued on a hook on back if I wanted to hang it on the wall someday.
By Sally from West Seneca, NY
This pretty pin cushion will keep mother's pins sharp and handy while at the same time giving off a subtle scent. When she wants she can change the bar to another scent and use the last one for bathing.
Sewers will love this creative idea. You can buy emery particles for about $6.00 a cup and make your own needle and pin cushion to keep your needles and pins sharp.
For those of you who do a lot of sewing, you will like this second idea: 2nd way to use those socks is to make a pin cushion!
My friend loves canned frosting, so I keep the cans for all kinds of things. If you have a big sewing project, but don't have a pincushion, or just want a larger and better one, try this.
This fun project makes a large pin cushion that would also be pretty just sitting in your sewing room. Any sewing enthusiast would be thrilled to receive a handmade gift such as this.
Don't throw away your old quilts; recycle them. Create pretty, heart-shaped pin cushions. You can add lace, buttons, etc.
An easy project to customize for a gift. People of all ages need a needle and thread for mending or to replace a button. This is a guide about mason jar pin cushion and sewing kit.
Pincushions are a necessity for many crafters. Making your own is a craft in itself. One lovely way to design a pincushion is to use a pretty tea cup and saucer.
This is a guide about making a three tiered crochet pin cushion. This cute pin cushion is really easy to make using minimal supplies and basic crochet skills.
This is a guide about no sew tin can pincushion. An easy project that recycles a can and creates a pin cushion to have handy for all your sewing and craft needs.
Save a cap/top from your liquid laundry detergent container. Rinse and wipe dry. To weight the cap/top, fill half of the center with aquarium stones or, if you live near the beach, use some small pebbles from the shore.
Use a piece of sticky-back velcro to attach a piece of kitchen sponge to the top of your sewing machine. Makes a great, always-there pincushion to use while you are sewing.
Make a pin cushion using steel wool as the stuffing. The steel wool will sharpen pins. Use corduroy, felt, or suede as the material for your pin cushion.
This is a guide about making a recycled cuff pin cushion. Store your pins right on your wrist with this easy cuff.
With scrap or regular yarn, you can make a nice little pin cushion. I collect snails, so this was a natural for me.
Here is a minor twist on the typical pin cushion. This one was made to store safety pins and no machine sewing is required. This is a guide about pink polka dot safety pin cushion.
This is a guide about making a pincushion for a sewing machine. If you are into sewing, you always are looking for a pin or pincushion.
This is a guide about making a recycled tin can pin cushion. A decorated tin can is a good start to making a unique pin cushion.
This is a guide about making jar lid pincushion. A simple, useful craft you can make is a pin storage container with a pincushion on top.
This is a guide about making a paint can pincushion. If space is at a premium in your craft area, try adding a pincushion to the lid of a can of spray paint.
This is a guide about making a clay pot pincushion. You can easily create a unique pincushion starting with a small clay flower pot.
Shop yard sales, antique shops, and thrift stores for pretty vintage china cups, creamers, etcetera to make one of a kind pincushions. This is a guide about making vintage china pin cushions.
You can get crafters you know to give you their leftover ends and pieces of pretty fabric, ribbons, etc., and make up little pincushions for small gifts. You don't need a sewing machine, you can make these by hand.