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Escargot (Snails) Pin Cushion Pattern Tilly the Mouse PinCushion Pattern It's a Hoot Pincushion Pattern
These pincushions are probably the cutest snails! Even your gardening friends will want some. (It goes without saying that your quilting friends will be delighted.) Finding a mouse in your sewing room would be very bad, unless it's this little pincushion. 2 1/2" tall with a 4" tail. Whooo knew a pincushion could be so darn cute? Stitch up a few and pass them around. Your friends will all hoot and holler at these little cuties!!
Seymour Spyhop Whale Pincushion Bitty Hedgehog Pin Cushion Pattern by Bunny Hill Designs Henrietta Turtle Pincushion Pattern by Heather Bailey
Pinchushion Pattern from Heather Bailey Eighth in a series of Bunny Hill pincushions, Bitty Hedgehog is "sew" sweet and easy! She'll keep you company while you sew and she loves to hold your pins. You'll want to make more than one! 6" x 5 1/2" Make a new friend in Henrietta turtle (or skip the flower corsage and make a Henry Turtle). Henrietta will gladly house your pins & needles or entertain your baby or pet - but not at the same time!
By My Hand Pattern  by Birdhouse Patchwork Designs PinPals by Carrie Nelson
PinPals by Carrie Nelson
Our Price: $22.99
Store your craft and sewing supplies:

By My Hand Pattern by Birdhouse Patchwork Designs has patterns to make a craft/quilting storage bag, a pin cushion and a block storage bag.

Makes:
Block keeper – 12in square,
Bag 15in x 13in, Needlebook 3in x 4in,
Pincushion 4in.




Pretty. Petite. Playful. Pinnies! Inspired by a 30-day sewing challenge on Instagram, these patchwork pincushions stitch up pronto and are perpetually addicting—no quilter can make just one. And why would they when the pinnies are so easy to create?

Simply sew, quilt, turn, and stuff! Best-selling author Carrie Nelson packs these pinnies with personality and shares adorable ways to use and display them as singles or in pleasing piles. Quilters will want to put a pin in the philosophy behind making Carrie’s delightful pincushions: to sew just for the joy of it. 40 pincushion projects (plus variations) are super-quick to sew and delightful to display.

Techniques used are similar to quiltmaking techniques, so quilters will instantly be up to speed. Even beginners with basic sewing experience can whip up these pincushions in a flash. 96 pages