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Project

Machine Embroidered Pin Cushion

Project Description

What are you most proud of? Any time you can add to your knowledge it becomes worthwhile. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Add to your knowledge by expanding your creative ability....and as always continue the journey.

What you will need

  • Cotton scraps
  • embroidery thread and quilt batting were the main items used for these pin cushions.

Q&A with Unbelievable

Eileen Roche asked:
I love your pincushions! Looks like you caught the pincushion bug - they are addictive! I can't tell you how many I've made, given away and still made more. Such a fun way to dig into your stash. Thank you for sharing!
Unbelievable answered:
The pincushion bug has definitely made it into my sewing room. Three more were added this afternoon waiting to move to new homes.
GreeneyedMammie asked:
Just wondering if I would have to take the class to learn how to make the cute pincushion? Would you happen to have the template and instructions for purchase. If so, would you be so kind as to let me know. Thank you. :)
Unbelievable answered:
The pin cushion pattern comes from a book by the person who taught the Machine Embroidered Quilt class (Eileen Roche). I found the book at a local Joann Fabric store. The name of the book is Machine Embroidered Quilts and Applique.

Skill Level

Beginner