These are pincushions with hanging pockets and a loop to hold onto a bucket for collecting threads and trimmings. I got the idea from Lynz when she made a very snazzy one for her own craft room, and I'm so grateful that she linked to the instructions - a great tutorial from Elizabeth Hartman. The pin cushion is weighted down with rice and has a felt strip down the middle for sewing needles. It is attached to a hanging pocket that can sit next to your sewing machine or on your armchair. There is a loop to attach the threads bucket, but if you aren't using it then the loop tucks in to one of the pockets.
Fiona loves Tula Pink fabric as well as lime green, so this will be hers:
|Fabric: Tula Pink, V&Co.|
Kirstin loves bold colours, feminine Ulyana and knitting, so this will be hers:
|Fabric: Katarina Roccella|
Jen lives by the beach and looking at her blog seems to favour aqua colours, so this is hers:
|Fabric: Katerina Roccella|
It was really nice to look at these creative lady's blogs and decide what colours and fabrics they might like. I enjoyed thinking about something crafty and useful that people who sew may like to have too.
Now I can't wait to see each of these blogger's Craft-It-Forward projects!
Feel free to follow them and sign up when they post their own C-I-F!
Fiona blogs at Bendigo Lioness
Kirstin blogs at Sew Classic
Jen blogs at Quilter in the Closet