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DIY Pincushions

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I don’t know if I need as many pincushions as I would like to make, but they are seriously addicting. There are so many adorable pincushion crafts out there that I probably make pincushions more often than I actually use them. Pincushions are a wonderful way to use up scrap fabric and they make great gifts for your crafty friends. Here are some of my favorites.

Wrist Pincushion

Wrist Pincushion

This is one of my own creations, made from some fabric left over from a failed clothing project. I’m so glad I got to use the adorable elephant print anyway, and I love using this handy pincushion whenever I can.

Strawberry Pincushion - Down Grapevine Lane

Strawberry Pincushion – Down Grapevine Lane

These strawberry pincushions are so sweet, I could use them just as decoration. I may make a couple to keep on my sewing table inside a berry container.

Pretty Little Pincushion Ring - I Always Pick the Thimble

Pretty Little Pincushion Ring – I Always Pick the Thimble

With this tutorial, you’ll have an adorable and handy pincushion with no sewing required. I love the bright colors and think they would make a wonderful gift topper or addition to a homemade sewing kit.

Crochet Sunflower Pincushion - HollyPips

Crochet Sunflower Pincushion – HollyPips

Use your crochet skills to create a pretty summer pincushion that will brighten your craft room. I love the little  bee button accent and think this tiny notion will bring  a smile to my face whenever I see it.

Thimble Pincushion Necklace - Sew Many Ways

Thimble Pincushion Necklace – Sew Many Ways

Speaking of tiny notions, how adorable is this little necklace. It’s perfect for little sewing projects, like making even more pincushions!

If you’re a pincushion fanatic like me, I’ve found plenty more to share with you over on the Craft Trends Pin Board!

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