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Thread Catcher / Pincushion

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Category Sewing
Type Accessory
Style Eco-Friendly, Whimsical, Cute
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What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Thread-Catcher/Pincushion

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What materials did you use? 100% Cotton Fabrics, 80% cotton/20% Poly batting, rice, shelf liner,

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What are you most proud of? It's handy and portable!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Use a pincushion filler that has a bit of weight to it (rice, silica sand). A little bit of shelf liner keeps the pincushion in place.

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I have tried to check this out and also the other one and it is coming up 404. Any ideas - looking at trying to replace a catcher on my new overlocker. My old one had as standard and new one not and am very very sad, but this pattern looks like a possibility

01/02/2015 Flag

Great ideas.

01/16/2015 Flag

Very neat idea!

02/14/2015 Flag

lovely

03/23/2015 Flag

FYI idea I added a ziplock bag to inside of my catcher and it's much easier to empty when threads are in it. One I made I didn't use ziplock and found threads quite often didn't come out easily hence ziplock when in doubt is my saying plus with ziplock i can throw my pins and snips inside to travel with and they don't get lost

07/12/2015 Flag