Pin Cushion pattern

Toledo, OR(Zone 8a)

If you like what you see, let me know and I will send you a copy of the instructions for this pin cushion. Just dmail me your addy if its not in the address exchange.
I added the mint tin to the bottom to store needles and threaders etc as these get lost amongst the straight pins.

This message was edited Mar 31, 2009 9:14 AM

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Toledo, OR(Zone 8a)

The view from the bottom, I added the mint tin to store the extras that get lost with the pins.

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Huron, OH(Zone 5b)

What a neat idea. Looks good for x-mas too.

(Taylor) Plano, TX(Zone 8a)

Got my pattern in the mail!!

Thank you so much for sharing :0)
-Taylor

Toledo, OR(Zone 8a)

Its a great pattern with optional way of putting it all together.

(Taylor) Plano, TX(Zone 8a)

Did you fill yours will stuffing, or sand?

Seems all my real pincushions are full of some sort of grit to sharpen the pins and needles.

But, this full of sand would be kinda heavy...

Toledo, OR(Zone 8a)

Mine has batting but I think that if you put sand or what ever in the bottom level that would be enough and then when you feel you pins need a little sharpening put them down there.

(Taylor) Plano, TX(Zone 8a)

good idea. Then it would stabilize the base, help it not fall over, too, without being top-heavy

Roanoke, VA

I like that pincushion .
you did a good job.
My name is;
Sheila Smith
670 Murray Ave Se
Roanoke , Va 24013

pinkrosessks

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(Taylor) Plano, TX(Zone 8a)

Sheila-you may have thought you posted your address in a private email, but this is a public thread.

you can click on your post, then click edit to remove it for privacy, then email your address more privately.
-T

Toledo, OR(Zone 8a)

Pinkroses, I am sending one out to you today. Enjoy.

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