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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Felt Pin Cushion



Surfing around on the web a couple of weeks ago I came across this little felt project for a pin cushion,and could not seem to get it off my mind.Especially since I am always hunting for my needle that I use only for Scrap booking.

I started saving soda bottle tops and decided that maybe it was time to give it a try since the lids were starting to take over my desk.

I can see this little project making its way into some Christmas stockings as a stuffer this coming holiday.
Sorry about the clarity of the photo but my camera is slowly trying to come back to life after a loose wire.

If you would like to try this fun little project you may find the tutorial here contributed by
Jen Segrest courtesy of CraftStylish.com

Maybe now I can settle back down to finish a couple of more classes :)

4 comments:

Jacqueline said...

Those are so neat! Thanks for sharing!

Angie's Scrappin Spot said...

I just love this idea Jean Marie. I will have to give this a try... just the other day I was looking for a pin cushion. it is going to be fun making this. Thanks Angie

Gloria Harvey said...

scrapergirl
Hell-o Jean Marie

Just stopped by to say hell-o, havent been up here in a long time! I just love your idea of the pin cushion it is so cute.You have changed your blog since i was up here last ,just love emily layout!!
I am going to try making a blog again LOL LOL
Gloria Harvey

Nicole said...

Okay this couldn't have come at a more perfect time for me! I am starting ot make jewelry and there is a threading needle i use to thread the beads and everytime I set it down i loose it, LOL - SO with that being said I am all over this project! Yours looks fabulous!!! Can't wait to try this!! Thank you for sharing Jean!