Saturday, August 30, 2014

Mini-Snippets: Pincushion Ring


Sometimes I just need a tiny place to stick some pins.

Supplies:

1-inch 2-hole button
1/2-inch (1.5cm) felted wool ball (source)
(Make your own from wool roving:  TUTORIAL)
2" covered elastic hairband


1)  From the top of the button, push one end of the elastic through
a hole in the button to form a loop.

2)  Push the second end through the other hole.

3)  Use a little hot glue to adhere the wool ball to the button.

Slip the elastic loops over your index finger or thumb and get sewing!


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Happy Stitching!

5 comments:

Michele T said...

Awwwww, this is so stinkin' cute!!! I need to make a few for my quilting buddies! These would be perfect for those take along projects! Thanks!

Daryl @ Patchouli Moon Studio said...

So cute, fast, easy, and useful too. Thanks for the tutorial!

Createology said...

This would even be fabulous for teachers who push-pin or thumb-tack bulletin boards. Uber cute idea and thank you for sharing. Creative Pincushion Bliss...

margaret said...

what a good idea I am always dropping pins etc this could be the answer

Ale jc said...

3 items, 3 minutes, 3 smiles for you....darn cute