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Published on Sep 11, 2015
Happy Tutorial Friday!! In today's video, I show how to make a super-easy and utterly adorable petal pincushion! With this pattern, you are free to make your pincushion as big or as small as you like depending on the size of the circular object you choose to trace around! PS. Don't forget to send me a photo of your finished pincushions! All of my social media places are listed below!
MATERIALS LIST: - Suitable amount of cotton fabric, depending on how big you want to make your pincushion. The fabric I use is DS Quilts, Daisy Mae collection. - x1 large button with two holes in a colour of your choice - 80" of DMC Pearle Cotton thread in colour of choice - x1 Straws needle in size no.1 (or any other type of strong hand sewing needles) - Hand full of polyester stuffing - Scissors: Thread snips, Fabric scissors and Pinking Sheers - Lead pencil - x1 small hand sewing needle and matching thread - Chop stick - Sewing Machine - Dressmaking pins - Something round to trace around eg. Jam jar lid, tin lid, plate etc.
Follow the steps in the video to learn how to make a Petal Pincushion.
FINAL SIZE: My pincushion measures 3" (8cm).
This petal pincushion has been inspired and adapted from a pattern in a booklet that came with issue 52 of Mollie Makes magazine.