Pretty. Petite. Playful. Pinnies! Inspired by a 30-day sewing challenge on Instagram, these patchwork pincushions stitch up pronto and are perpetually addicting—no quilter can make just one. And why would they when the pinnies are so easy to create? Simply sew, quilt, turn, and stuff! Best-selling author Carrie Nelson packs these pinnies with personality and shares adorable ways to use and display them as singles or in pleasing piles. Quilters will want to put a pin in the philosophy behind making Carrie’s delightful pincushions: to sew just for the joy of it. 40 pincushion projects (plus variations) are super-quick to sew and delightful to display. Techniques used are similar to quiltmaking techniques, so quilters will instantly be up to speed. Even beginners with basic sewing experience can whip up these pincushions in a flash.
Pin Pals book, Sewing machine and general sewing supplies, including a hand sewing needle, crushed walnut shells, various color threads. You can brings scraps of fabrics if you desire or you can use our scraps too. We will have plenty of scraps to use. The pincushion tops are quilted so we also have plenty of batting scraps. Bring a bodkin or something to help turn the pincushion inside out and get in the corners.