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May 14, 2010

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Pam Brooker

oh no! thanks for this..........now I have just GOT to go make one.....another craft.....:) love itxx

Andrea

I love making pincushions and have way more than I actually need. They are nice just to look at and have as ornaments. Thats for putting the link to my tutorial.

Sneddonia

Lovely pincushions :) I want the toadstool :D

Valerie (Discerningchichi)

Lovely selection! Some of them look so nice - I'd not want to stick pins in them, if you know what i mean! I have lots of scrap fabric so should have a go at making some!

averilpam

Lovely, I've never made a pincushion for myself, as I've been given several, but some of these are very tempting to try out.

Yvonne

Wonderful pincushions, I've made the the flower one and really want one of the toadstools must put them on my to do list.
Yvonne x

vInTaGe VioLeT

oooohh lovely post i have a bit of a soft spot for pincushions!
thanks for sharing my matryoshka pincushion :o)

chickadee cards

Wow, what a lovely lot of pincushions! Great blog post.

Craft Matters

How lovely! The 1st pin cushion I ever made (at school about a million years ago) was a turtle - it was quite as wonderful as the Heather Bailey version tho'!

dottycookie

I've made the toadstool and I can promise there's NO WAY I will ever stick pins in it!

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