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JEREMIAH 29:11 (NIV)

Friday, September 13, 2013

MY FAVORITE PINCUSHIONS FOR the PIN - IT BLOG HOP


MY FAVORITE PINCUSHIONS
FOR the 
PIN IT BLOG HOP


I'M COMING IN UNDER/over THE WIRE (12:13 a.m.) CST)!!
BABYSITTING 2 BABIES and SEWING IS DIFFICULT AT BEST
BUT HERE ARE MY  FAVORITE
PINCUSHION DESIGNS

FIND TUTORIAL HERE
MODA BAKESHOP CATHEDRAL WINDOW PINCUSHION

Three Colorways:


Vintage Modern

Chevron Red

Glamping with Vintage Button
(from my mother's button box  60+ yrs. old)

Chevron Pincushion

Alabama/Auburn Chevron Pincushion

DR. WHO? 

Lost Treasure Pincushion

Sugar Anyone?
(made from vintage sugar bowl found in antique store)
Last but Not least...

My 8 yr. old Granddaughter made these pincushions
last Saturday while we sewed together.
She wanted to participate in the Blog Hop too!!
I think they're awesome!  She cut, measured, sewed on the sewing machine and stuffed ALL on her own!

Pincushion...turned over so you can see the piecing she did.

Thanks Madame Samm & Kristen for Cheering us on!!

Please go visit my Fellow Pinners

September 13


Blessings



70 comments:

  1. Love your variety of pin cushions! Your Grand daughter did a marvelous job on hers. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. They are all lovely - especially your grandaughter's another sewer/quilter in the making!

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  3. Nice collection for sure. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I love your pincushions! The cathedral window pincushions look so intricate! I did a workshop on cathedral windows once....never did them again! I might try these though..... Your granddaughter did amazingly well! How great to sew together! Well done.

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  5. Great pincushions...love your mother's vintage button and your granddaughter did a fantastic job on hers...thanks to both of you for sharing :)

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  6. What a lovely collection of pincushions and sweet to be able to share your creative space with your granddaughter.

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  7. Your granddaughter did a great job.

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  8. Sorry, love the pincushions from your granddaughter the most.

    Warm regards from Holland,
    Marga♥

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  9. What a great display of such pretty pincushions! And your granddaughter is well on her way to being a quilter!

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  10. WOWEE!! Fabulous showing of pincushions by you and your granddaughter. Makes me miss Allie!!

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  11. What a great collection of pincushions!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Just delightful! I've seen these Cathedral Window Pincushions around, but missed the post on Moda Bake shop. Thanks for the link. Your grandaughter is a budding quilter!! She did a great job!

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  13. One day I will do a cathedral window. They are beautiful! Great work, clever granddaughter :)

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  14. I do like the cathedral windows....and the sugar bowl

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  15. wow a party of PIN cushions...you and your sweet tot, managed to create some very cute pin cushions....enjoy your weekend

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  16. I LOVE the Cathedral Window pincushions! Your granddaughter did an awesome job on her pincushions too.

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  17. Those Cathedral Windows are so nice! I'll have to make one some day.

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  18. Really nice pincushions! I love the ones your granddaughter made. Sewing with a child is so much fun.

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  19. Oh, these are all wonderful...great work!

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  20. Very cute Jane - I don't know how you got any at all made with all you do! blessings, marlene

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  21. Love the Cathedral Windows especially.

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  22. Your pin cushions are very lovely !

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  23. Nice pincushions. I like that sugar bowl one.

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  24. Wow, you made all of those pin cushions, baby sat, and made it on time to the party? Amazing job. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. What a lot of pincushions, and they're great too.

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  26. Those are gorgeous cathedral window pincushions...love the fabrics in them! Love the other ones, too. Sweet, sweet pincushions by your granddaughter. Too cute!

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  27. They are all beautiful! Since I am partial to 'sugar', that is my favorite! How did you attach it to the sugar bowl?

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  28. Amazing pin cushions--I love the sugar bowl. Your granddaughter did a lovely job, also. I love to sew with my granddaughters,too.

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  29. I bet you are so proud of her. These as soooo cute.

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  30. I love all the pincushions but especially the ones made by your granddaughter. It is lovely that she shares your hobby.

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  31. Your granddaughter did really good on her pincushions. I like all of them, thanks for sharing. vickise at gmail dot com

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  32. What a great show of pin cushions! Compliments to your granddaughter, that are two cute pin cushions she made! Thanks for sharing.

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  33. Thanks for sharing your lovely pincushions. Its great that your grand daughter is learning to sew.

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  34. Very nice, I love the cathedral ones.

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  35. Ah so sweet, your granddaughter is doing really well with her sewing, I keep trying to get Jonah to sew with me but he isn't biting . Your pin cushions are sooo cute, rock the baby with one hand sew with the other,lol.

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  36. Lots of cute pinnies. And tell your grand daughter she made some great ones too! I can't wait till mine is old enough to sew with me (she is only 2 1/2)!

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  37. Great display of pincushions and your granddaughter did a fantastic job as well , thanks for sharing !

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  38. How very nice that you are teaching your granddaughter to sew. That's what we're supposed to do, right? Thanks for sharing your creativity today.

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  39. What a wonderful bunch of pin cushions! Wow! Each and every one is wonderful!
    Tell your granddaughter that she did a GREAT job on her pin cushions! I love them!

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  40. So many wonderful pincushions. I must say I love your "sugar bowl find" and how it turned out. The grand daughter did a great job too. She has a great teacher.

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  41. All your pin cushions are so pretty. I especially likes the Cathedral Window ones. Thank you for the tutorial, I am going to try to make one.

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  42. Wonderful pincushions just ready to comfort needles and pins. Congratulations to your granddaughter who made such beautiful pincushions by herself!!! Creative Bliss and Great Hop...

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  43. Great pincushions by the whole family.

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  44. Congratulations grand daughter on your first blog hop! Well done!
    A beautiful collection.

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  45. These are all so cute. I love making those Cathedral Windows ones, too. Your granddaughter dis an awesome job, too!

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  46. Your pincushions are so pretty! I love the antique sugar bowl one.
    And how precious is it that you are teaching your granddaughter to sew, and getting her started as a blog hopper already!

    Susie

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  47. I just made my first Cathedral Window and I loved it! I love all of yours. And your granddaughter did a great job! I love her pincushions too!
    xo jan@sewandsowfarm

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  48. i like your pincushuions

    nice weekend

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  49. They are lovely - I love the chevron red one. Thanks for sharing and sorry I am late visiting.

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  50. That is quite a collection! Your grand-daughter's did a great job on her work. I am glad she participated too!

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  51. I love your cathedral window pin cushions. I will have to make at least one. Your Lost Treasure pin cushion is very elegant. Great repurposing. Thanks for sharing.

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  52. Great that tour granddaughter already is sewing, love the cathedral windows.

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  53. I had great plans to make a Cathedral window quilt a few years back... yup every one got an ornament. Didn't think of a pincushion!
    Great job!

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  54. Hooray for having a granddaughter that wants to sew with grandmama. Those cathedral window pincushions would probably be the only way I would manage to get one of those made but I must say yours are lovely especially the one with the vintage family button. THX for sharing with us in bloggerland.

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  55. Those grandkids keep us busy, that's for sure. I think you did a spectacular job getting so many made for the hop. I really love ones like your sugar bowl - what a perfect way to use a sug bowl that's lost/broken it's lid. Congrats to your granddaughter for her sweet pincushions. Hooray!

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  56. A very nice collection. All are lovely and a great sewing experience with granddaughter. Thanks for sharing.

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  57. They all look so lovely! I especially love your granddaughter's... Reminds me of when I first starting sewing :)

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  58. Amazing pincushions! So love the cathedral windows...

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  59. Wonderful pincushions, thank you for sharing!

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  60. Wow, love those cathedral windows cushions. The vintage modern one is just beautiful!

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  61. Hi!!! They are all very pretty!!! I love the owl!!! Wonderful to have a gran daughter making them with you!!! Sew sweet!!!!

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  62. Such pretty pincushions. Tell your granddaughter that her pincushions are darling...good for her!

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