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Monday, January 23, 2017

Monday Motivation {pincushions}

Welcome back to Monday Motivation!  Every sewing room needs pincushions.

My sewing room has at least a dozen, maybe more.  But there is always room for more!  This collection includes patterns of all kinds from crochet to felt!

This week Monday Motivation is pincushions!

I LOVE this crocheted pincushion comes with a free pattern from Berta from Piparapip found here.

Another fun cactus pincushion is made from felt!  This adorable pattern is by Carolyn Letten and available for free at Sew Style &Home here.

Tildas World has this very pretty pincushion complete with a template and tutorial found here.

Liberty of London scraps make the BEST pincushions!  Mad for Fabric has a wonderful pattern this pincushion found on her site here.

Camille Roskelley made this tutorial for a Christmas pincushion ( that can be used year round) for Bernina We All Sew here.

The Macaron crocheted pincushion by Tatsiana of  Lilla Björn is a reason to grab your hook and some beautiful yarn!  Find the free pattern here

One more free crocheted pincushion pattern that I could not resist to share is by Kim Lapsley and is too much fun!  I little more than I could manage but hysterically funny! Get the pattern here.

Every sewing enthusiast also needs a sewing needle book.  Amy from Nana Company created a sweet  pattern here.

One more needle book and pattern featured on Stitch Craft Create here is made from felt. 

Finally is a hedgehog from Makerland.  I want one of these just because it is too adorable for words! You can find the free pattern and tutorial here.

I hope you find inspiration in these tutorials and make some creative time for yourself! 

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margaret said...

such variety you have shared today and you have given me such a chuckle when it came to the loo one.

Anonymous said...

If you put enough pins in the hedgehog it would look like a porcupine!

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