I'm still keeping up with my pincushions. One a day in July! I haven't missed a day yet...so I'm hopeful I can make it through all 31 days. I guess we will see!
dot your i's quilt on Sunday, so I celebrated by making a squircle pincushion. Naturally, right? I love, love, LOVE the quilting on the background and how it pops. This is scrap project # 164.
revisited design....all the way back from 2008! It seems almost wrong to combine fine Liberty fabric with a recycled tuna can, but I also love it for that reason! I free motion quilted the words on the Essex linen. Pin....sew....
So, if you are keeping track, that's 23 pincushions so far this month! Crazy. Fun.
Love them all! The tuna can pincushion is on my list of projects for someday.
Love the minimalist pincushion!
Love all your pincushions. There is really such a variety of styles and color combinations and sizes too. You've really inspired me to make more, also. I'm having lots of fun with it and love admiring my little collection which is growing all the time. Thanks for the motivation.
I love all your pincushions! I've really enjoyed seeing the pictures of them - so fun!
What cute pin cushions! Love them all.
I think your pincushion-a-day streak has been a lot more fun than my mile-a-day streak has been :-) Congrats for keeping up with it. They are all so very cute! I couldn't pick a favorite if I tried.
Happy sewing ~ Tracy
Sew fun! I have made a few this month but never can keep up with you and Carrie Nelson!
What a fun idea! Good luck with the rest of the month. Not long to go 😊
I'd say you're having a FUN July!! Love them all. ;)
I'm not sure if it more crazy or more fun, but I'll agree that it's absolutely both! Good luck in making it to the end. I made one of your skinny pincushions today and discovered how much I like little pincushions!
Killin' with cuteness!
I love the Liberty design, so pretty. x
Als Nadelkissen Fan bin ich total begeistert!
Oh they are so cute, especially the pineapple block!
Hi Amanda, love the pincushions! Would you consider doing a post (with pictures)showing how you finish the edge after filling with walnut shells? The ones you make appear to be so plump and full. I made a pincushion last night using an orphan block. I had to take some of the stuffing out because I couldn't keep the stuffing in while holding it to hand-sew the opening.
Love ALL your pincushions! Question about the squircle one: do you quilt it and then lay the squircle on top, machine quilt around it, and then do the hand quilting? If so, I'm wondering if that would work for quilts, too. Either applique in process of constructing quilt and then quilt through the applique or leave applique for last. Just a thought. Don't know where I'm going with it. Ha!
Another fantastic week of pincushions. I have enjoyed seeing them each day on Instagram. How exciting to have all of your squircle blocks finished.
So, so, so loving these!!!
Love the black and white one. Simple and graphic. You've surely outgrown the bowl full of pin cushions. Now you need a large wall piece with lots of little cubbies . . . one for each cushion like a giant shadow box
You are amazing! These are all so clever and cute! But what are you going to do with 31 pincushions????
You are such an inspiration! Tuna can? Thank you, that's a great idea.
These are all so cute! I've been on vacation without internet for 10 days so I needed to go back to see them all. I can't pick a favorite yet because you keep adding more cute ones. I'll have to wait till the end of the month to try to narrow it down.
They are all wonderful! I love the quilting on the first!
Such a fun, personal challenge!
I love all of your pincushions! It's so fun to see all the different designs.
This has been a lot of fun to watch. ALso, I love the simplicity of your photos.
Ooooooooh! I love the black and white one! I'm having fun watching you.
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