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Styrofoam Pin Cushion

Take a piece of Styrofoam or packing foam and attach this to your sewing table, sewing machine, or wall behind your sewing area with a piece of double sided tape. The packing foam works great as a pin cushon and you'll always have a convenient place to store your pins when you sew! A sponge will also work in a pinch, but it won't attach easily to your table or wall. In place of packing foam, you can also use foam board or a piece of foam insulation, but I like to use a piece of the foam that was used to pack new electronic items, like printers or DVD players.

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By Cyinda from near Seattle

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